The Eftsoons Writer Blog

Part of my book collection.

From as far back as I can remember, I have loved reading the classics. You can imagine my shock when I discovered that most of my favorites were little known and even less loved. This is my attempt to help you, the discerning individual, to fall in love with some of the best the world of literature offered.

What you consume matters. I firmly believe that if you improve the quality of your reading diet, you will improve the abilities of your mind. Not every piece of literature is for everyone, but perhaps you will find the literature which speaks to you.

Whether that’s Shakespeare or Isaac Asimov.

British literature is my particular focus, but any classic is fair game unless I feel it’s too depressing. We have enough depression in the world as it is.

Business and Content Writing

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Content writing is THE best way to establish your authority in today’s internet-first economy.

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That’s why I’m here. I specialize in writing informative, on-brand posts for business owners who are too overwhelmed to post, let alone write. You went into business to do what you love, not to be the next Alfred Lord Tennyson.

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The table where Jane Austen wrote her novels. Jane Austen House Museum, Chawton.

I am an aspiring authoress (yes, that is my preferred title) writing novels that have a little of everything in them.

Vindico (working title) is the first of a series of books. Murder, international intrigue, and romance abound as one man seeks the truth about his past. Who was really responsible for an entire town being wiped off the map? And why are they now going after the people he cares about?

Write till your ink be dry, and with your tears

Moist it again, and frame some feeling line

That may discover such integrity.

The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Act III, Scene II, Lines 74-76

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