I had always wondered what the bottom of a lake looked like, and now I know. It looks like the sun setting over the horizon, where the farthest depths of sky are black, but you can see a kind of layered improvement in the light the farther along you get. I wouldn’t be able to … Read moreThe Pale Emperor (CreepyPasta)
This book review is going to be a little different than the previous ones I had. I am going to focus on a whole series of children’s books called Clifford the Big Red Dog. Many of you know of Norman Bridwell’s works, and many of you have read at least one of Clifford’s stories. It is … Read moreClifford the Big Red Dog
Amazon acted as the catalyst for the explosive e-book movement. Shining as a beacon for a new means of publishing, they were thought to be keeping the Big Six (now the Big Five), on their toes. However, as time has passed with their rise to success, the innovative ideas to passionately advocate books, to some, seem to have … Read moreKindle Unlimited- The Herald of Amazon’s Downfall?
To me, it seems like a waste of earned influence for authors not to have a stance on a particular issue or avoid talking about it all together, but that’s just me. When the issue of Ferguson came about, I had posted the result (that he wasn’t to be indicted). That’s all I put- the verdict. A fan … Read moreAuthor Influence Capital
What writers inspire you? Paul: H.G.Wells. Edgar Allan Poe, H.P. Lovecraft and M.R. James were early influences and continue to inspire my songwriting, but the only non-fiction writer who I have continually turned to has been the late Colin Wilson. When he agreed to write a foreword to one of my books, ‘I Remember Dying’, … Read moreAuthor Interview- Paul Roland