This post is part of the Little Bits of Classics & Christina Wehner Agatha Christie Blogathon which celebrates the 126th anniversary of the birth of Agatha Christie. With 85 novels written and between 2 billion – 4 billion copies sold, Agatha Christie was one of the most successful and prolific writers of the twentieth century. IfContinue reading “Inspirations – Mystery and Travel: Death on the Nile novel (1937) and movie (1978)”
I’ve been absent from my blog for a few weeks because I’ve been on holiday. Some good friends of mine had a birthday party – in Malta! I’ve been down at the beach. Exploring lanes in an ancient fortress built by the Knights of Malta. Admiring the magnificent harbour and learning about the fascinating historyContinue reading “My Travels…”
The wonderful Kate Loveton has reviewed “Midnight in Dublin” – and I have answered some questions about my writing process!
Originally posted on Color me in Cyanide and Cherry:
Midnight in Dublin is an emotional, fantastical, psychological tale, from the pen of M. C. Dulac. What I liked most about this book is the vivid and captivating descriptions of the location; they were filled with enticing imagery, but not too burdening and boring, they are…
My 2012 resolution was to do one drawing a day. The first step was to purchase the right sketchbook (this A5 Japanese one seemed perfect) and to fill it up by the end of the year. You might note it is now 2014. The book is still half empty. Months seems to go byContinue reading “Lunch hour sketchbook – Sydney, Australia”