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[ad_1] I wanted to write this article because I know how important inspiration is and found something missing in the material I read previously on the subject. I finished writing my own article, then went for a walk around my neighborhood, a village-like setting with modest houses scattered over sloping grassy areas amid walking and …

Nothing like a pandemic to stimulate media consumption. At this point, I’ve consumed almost everything, from classics like “The Sopranos” (yes, I’ve never seen it) to pop culture kitsch like “Tiger King” to phenomenal new shows like “The Queen’s Gambit”. I also did some diligent reading. I’m a sucker for mystery novels with a soft …

[ad_1] THE Last April, as ambulance after ambulance slalomed at high speed down my South London street and the evening government briefings increasingly took on the gruesome unreality of the nightmare, I survived by creating a imaginary world and withdrawing into it. I started writing my novel The Lock In over Easter weekend, in the …