While reading an interview with Jim Murdoch today as part of my critical reviewing studies I noted a remark from Jim that “[l]ike most people I like to see photos of the rooms writers work in…”. Since it’s going to take me a while to train myself up to the task at hand, I thought Jim’s remark might provide a good opportunity for me to summarise where my studies have taken me so far.
April 26, 2012
Room to work in
Braden Karl Frederiksen still has the small wooden treasure chest that his evil Grandmother gave him for his 8th Christmas. He can't recall how old he was when he locked the key inside nor how he locked it in there. He occasionally gives it a rattle and wonders what's making that other sound. View all posts by Brad
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- @wild_inaudible Lord Of The Flies. 3 days ago
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