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Great new writing website from ‘Fight Club’ author

Posted on 02 October 2011 by Alice

What does a famous author do with himself when he’s written loads of bestsellers? Set up a writing website, of course. And I’m very pleased Chuck Palahniuk – author of ‘Fight Club’ – has done just that.

Lit Reactor Home page

Lit Reactor home page

Lit Reactor ‘Connect, Learn, Improve, Publish’ seems to be packed with everything a writer needs. Create your own (free) account to set up a dashboard, get working on some workshops and access one of the many craft essays written by Palahniuk himself.

LitReactor is a destination for writers to improve their craft; a haven for readers to geek out about books; and a platform

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‘Geek out about books’ – yes please! Well, I do that by myself already…. ahem.

I saw the author speak about his work while I was living in London in 2004 – and in true Dickensian style, his steak-scented air fresheners (given out to the audience on entry) did make women swoon. I think someone also vomited during his reading.

Reading is about stimulating the senses after all, isn’t it.

Me and Chuck

Yes, that is a fake hand and yes, that is my shoe

The famous picture of (a very young) me and Chuck. I queued for two hours to get my book signed and got someone to take my picture with him. Packed with questions, when it was my turn I found myself totally speechless in front of the first famous author I’d ever met.

He had been using a fake hand as a picture prop, and was fascinated by my shoes. So he asked me to take one off so he could hold it in the picture.

Random is the word that could be used to describe the result.


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