Book Review & Portrait of the Author Elish Mulholland ‘s novels are cinematically rendered and set within an intriguing psychological landscape. In her novel, A Personal Assassin she writes about Tudor England and her prose casts the reader into the past through sensory and visceral prose. As her young heroine, Edony enters the queen’s court, … Continue reading Eilish Mulholland: Featured Author
I am very excited to update you on the new podcast I am writing / producing with Red Couch / Black Dog Productions. I am teaming up with actors / producers Beth Ricketson & Ryan Bowen and this is our first podcast. The adaptation of my novel-in-progress, The Diarist, is turning into a noir-ish, psychological … Continue reading The Diarist – Podcast Coming This Summer
It's been a while since I've posted anything here on Words and Pictures. I've been pretty busy on several projects but am finally back here on my blog to share stories of everyday lives. I am in the final stretch of my dissertation so I've been very focused on that. My work -as you might … Continue reading Been Out of Touch – Upcoming Projects here on Words and Pictures
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An introduction to author Rose Gluck: An Interview by Alexia Montibon-Larsson I met Rose Gluck on Wattpad while reading her memoir, What Remains Inside. Gluck's story is a brutally honest, vivid account of growing up with a narcissistic and violently abusive mother who suffered from severe mental illness. Told from the perspective of Donna (Gluck's real name), What … Continue reading Guest Blogger Alexia Montibon-Larsson– An Introduction to Author Rose Gluck
While I am a memoirist, I also write historical fiction. The two are very compatible bedfellows. My life stories make appearances in my fiction. My memoirs slip into creative narrative. I am again experiencing that inevitable blur between real life and fiction. My novel in progress, The Diarist, is set in the 1950s. It is a … Continue reading The Murderess Haunting My New Novel