The Calling

The Calling In the pursuit of his calling as an author Blackford Toad Turlow is alsoforced to confront the mysteries of drugs sex violence and betrayal

  • Title: The Calling
  • Author: Sterling Watson
  • ISBN: 9780440550266
  • Page: 302
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the pursuit of his calling as an author, Blackford Toad Turlow is alsoforced to confront the mysteries of drugs, sex, violence, and betrayal.

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    • I learned about this work from the chapter notes in a book about writing novels. It was recommended that one read this for insight into writing as a career, pursuing one's craft.First, a positive: If Watson were a baseball pitcher, you'd say he really has good stuff. Strong command. As a writer, he's an extremely talented technician and employs a clean, muscular writing style. His writing really pulls you along. (I suspect he is, as the old saw goes, probably a good writer but -- more important [...]



    • this one is about 'the calling'. that urge that grabs some and makes them want to produce stories for others, the life that is about life. writers, aspiring writers, and at least one instructor, possibly a reading or two, or maybe notry, don't shoot meme sex if that interests you, say if you like the peeping-tom aspect, as that is how it is portrayedis one, i believe, had more than a few pundits theorizing biographical info that may or may not be a part of the story.i enjoyed the story.


    • I just finished Sterling Watson's "The Calling" with tears in my eyes. It's beautifully told, and will especially appeal to budding writers who will recognize themselves in its characters.


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