Novels, while not in the business of stating truths about the world, tell a human story very often universal in scope and present them back to us as concrete forms of human engagement. A novel has the capacity to give shape, form, and structure, to the range of values, concerns, and experiences that define human reality.
“Fiction’s about what it is to be a fucking human being.” One who gets lost in life and takes all those tales literally, can forget that novelist very often lie in order to explain some truth.
The main purpose of this novel is to entertain the reader with a historical fantasy: a spellbinding epic tale of ambition, anarchy and absolute power, set against the canvas of North America, Europe and Asia during World War 1 and the ensuing great depression.
So what sets the literary hoax separate from the rest of fiction?
If you don't have time to communicate while using whole sentences, better don't
The most common monomaniacal behavior associated with the literary field is of a very mundane nature: the obsession of writers with writing and that of the readers with reading.
A post about books that allow readers to become protagonists.
The sheer abundance of writing, editing, publishing and promotion manuals for authors make me sometimes roll my eyes.
The average length of a best seller is 375 pages, set inside the USA and the protagonist is a female lawyer or detective. Romance is an upcoming segment: from 5 % of the sales in 1994 to 40 % on Amazon today and it has been demonstrated that men have a slight preference for a male main protagonist.
Sometimes, one of the toughest things we hear in a day is criticism. We never want to hear that we are not doing something the right way.
This post wants to create some awareness about books that have found a place into the literary sphere of interest, despite the fact that they didn’t exist the moment they were mentioned first in a literary work.
Lots of contemporary artists have found their inspiration in Lovecraft’s literature. Although the foundations of my own writing project, The Maharajagar, are loosely rooted in the structure of the Mahabharata, some of the window dressing is inspired by Lovecraft’s Universe. Continuing my research of this newly found cave, I discovered nightmarish creatures resting in a … Continue reading Inspired by Lovecraft
As far as many bookworms are concerned, advanced equations and graphs are the last things which would hold their interest, but there's no escape from the math. Physicists from the Institute of Nuclear Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Cracow, Poland, performed a detailed statistical analysis of more than one hundred famous works … Continue reading World Literature and Fractals
The Cryptomathematical Universe Alan Guth believed that the universe bubbled up out of a pre-universal singularity. During a short moment, all the forces and building stones of matter were one. When the Higgs-field symmetries started to break up, followed a hot expansion Computerized image of a particle interaction with the Higgs Field The Higgs Field … Continue reading The Universe in my Writing