Novelist and screenwriter Frank Cottrell-Boyce writes about his relationship with Mary, Mother of Jesus – and Mary’s Meals, the charity that bears her name and feeds 2,279,941 hungry children every school day
Chekhov famously said that if the audience sees a pistol hanging from the wall in Act One, it has to be fired in Act Three. It’s one of the first and most important lessons you learn as a writer. Stories need endings just as chords need to be resolved. The murder is avenged. The mystery
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