I'm Tony and I used to write when I was young and then life got in the way. Let's hope it's not too late to make some impression with what I write. I'm not giving up this time round that's for sure.
What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
The thought of breakfast unless I've been dreaming the next chapter, the next poem, the next bit of fun that happens in what I am currently writing. Then that is sure to drive me from my bed to ensure I don't forget it. If I can get that on the page intact then I can have that breakfast.
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
Reading novels, critiquing other new writers like myself, walking the dogs, baking bread, brewing wine, watching TV.
View From A Hill is a short collection of poems inspired by the magical countryside of West Dorset in England. I live on the side of a hill which is surrounded by a range of hills, many of which have ancient hill forts at their summits.
A tragedy unfolds in song and poetry. A tragedy that spans time, space and myth. And like all tragedies it is about love, whether as a result of enchantment or a love that grows from the tiniest of seeds.
The dragon and the maiden are drawn together but never to be as one. Can she see beyond the dragon in the same way he can see beyond the human? Can love lift the masks wrought by evil?
End of Innocence (Fargoer Short Stories, #1)
on July 19, 2012
Fargoer - End of Innocence is a great short story for anyone who likes excitement, mysticism and adventure. It is a great introduction to the series. The characters are very real and have difficult decisions to make.
There is real poetry to be found here.