Rochelle – a Literary Reviewer and Blogger gave my Beyond the Surf a 4.5* rating out of 5. Highly delighted of course. Have a look:
Book Review: Beyond The Surf by Hwneild
First try writing it all down as it is – then break it apart before reconstructing the story as your real thing. The goal is just to leave a few lasting impressions. No one remembers facts anyway. Start by trying to describe a particular landscape while you think of Cezanne. Start with a bang and end in a flash. Write it straight, then cut and paste, spin it around, exactly how you see fit and then slap it down in your very own fashion.
The inherent fault with imitation is that it’s not built on the foundations of original thought.