PAUL BREEN is an Irish author based in London and is having his second book published by Open Books in September 2016. This work is entitled The Bones of a Season.
Author Paul Breen comes up with a set of books that he has resolved to read in the New Year and offers his reasons why. What’s on your 2018 reading list? Tell us in the comments section below. 1. A Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin Six months ago, I had neverREAD MORE
As a writer, I find it just as easy to create convincing female characters as male, thanks to the advice of an editor a few years back. She gave me the very simple advice that I should stop trying to create some kind of fantasy figures in my fiction, and write women as they reallyREAD MORE
Editor’s Note: Paul Breen’s latest work The Bones of a Season is available through the Open Books website and also available on Amazon. You can follow Paul on Twitter @CharltonMen When I was younger and fell in love with women, I wrote them poems—wild effigies to their beauty, sometimes as rambling and unedited as aREAD MORE
Editor’s note: To celebrate Bob Dylan’s award of the 2016 Nobel Prize for Literature Open Books author Paul Breen presents a deleted, Dylan-inspired chapter from the first draft of his novel The Bones of a Season. Breen’s published book can be found on the Open Books website, Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk. http://wisconsinforward.tumblr.com/post/45734553290/bob-dylan-shelter-from-the-storm PHEW – finally sheREAD MORE