“Genius is one percent inspiration, ninety-nine percent perspiration.” – Thomas Edison.

Edison does have a point – but I know of an awful lot of writers who have shed an awful lot of perspiration in the cause of seeking inspiration. Sometimes it is awfully hard to find just the right chunk of kindling to make the fire go!

Any maritime fledgling writer in search of inspiration you would do well to swing on down to The Bookmark on Spring Garden Road and pick up a copy of SALT LINES – a brand new collection of 55 examples of writer’s wisdom on inspiration, expectation, blocks, breakthroughs and the art of process.

In fact you don’t need to be writer to find value in this little pack of words. Whether you are a playwright, a songwriter, a columnist, a blogger, a writer of memoirs, a spoken word artist, a poet or maybe…

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