About fiction – and non-fiction

by : M Woodhouse
When a book describes people and events that did not really happen, we call it “fiction”. When a book has no such descriptions, we call it “non-fiction”. We do not…

New topics

by : M Woodhouse
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About these books

by : M Woodhouse
If you want, you can engage with the author by commenting below.  You can also check out a kind of biog and author pages. (more…)

Winners and losers

by : M Woodhouse
There is, or at least can be, a difference between achieving and winning. And between losing and failing. (more…)

Crippled Inside

by : M Woodhouse
Cripples John Lennon may not have invented the phrase “crippled inside” but he did bring it to a generation. (more…)

Tagslew

by : M Woodhouse
Tagslew is the translation of a desire to touch and embrace, to be open to love, into hitting and even killing. (more…)

Ganggrout

by : M Woodhouse
To gangrouten is to pressure others to live your beliefs, as way of shoring up your own doubts. (more…)