Posts Tagged ‘inspiration’

Thursday, July 31st, 2008

THE WRITER’S VOICE by Mary E. Martin

Sometimes critics speak of a writer’s voice. But what do they mean?  I think of it as a goal to be achieved on a very long road. It’s that uniquely personal “way” you have of expressing yourself to the world in word and thought-the sum total of yourself as a human being. You might say it’s the Holy Grail of writing.

But how and when do you find your voice? (more…)

Welcome. What Do You Look for in a Novel?

Thursday, April 10th, 2008

I’d like to welcome everyone to The Osgoode Trilogy Blog, which is brand new to the site. As I am just learning my way around it, please be patient, but have a look yourself. If you have any comments about the novels, Conduct in Question, Final Paradox and A Trial of One, all part of the trilogy or suggestions about the site and future topics of interest, don’t hesitate to send me a message.

I began writing the trilogy many years ago when I was practicing law and raising a family here in Toronto. Looking back, it seems I’ve gathered together a lot of thoughts about writing and publishing, which I’m going to share 9-10 articles] in hopes we can get a conversation going. So, please don’t hesitate to respond. And check back regularly for articles, photographs etc. So, what do you look for in a novel? (more…)