When I started writing 20 years ago, it was my intention at some point to win the prize for best novel written by a human being ever. Or, to put it another way, I wanted to write the best novel ever by a human being, and that fact to be duly noted.Read the rest of the blog and the comments here
But given both the subgenre I'm working in - literary crime - and, it has to be confessed, a lack of that supreme talent which is required to perform among the best, I am prepared to accept this might not happen.
Wednesday, August 15, 2007
Neil Griffiths blogs in the Guardian
It's been a while since he posted but Neil Griffith's latest blog entry went up yesterday - How to write the best novel in the world, ever -