I bought this ebook yesterday and read it within the day, Steal Like an Artist: 10 Things Nobody Told You about Being Creative. I loved it. I found it inspirational. There is nothing wrong with stealing ideas and crediting them or stealing ideas and transforming them. Those are all good and completely different from plagiarizing which, of course, is bad. This book has given me some ideas. I just have to put them in action.
I have also started reading the fourth book in the Matthew Shardlake series by C.J. Sansom, Revelation. I have not reached very far but it sounds as if this is going to have more about the religious conflict that was prevalent during King Henry V111's reign; the reformers versus the traditional Papists. The setting is London and the time frame is 1543, 6 years after the events of the first book, Dissolution,which we read for a past book club discussion. King Henry is courting wife number 6. Barak and his wife Tamasin and also Guy are recurring characters from the previous books in the series. In this story, Guy is allowed to practice as a Physician, in the last book his race was a deterrent in his being allowed to practice. Madness, possibly from religious guilt, seems to be one of the themes in this story. I am on page 74 and a murder has already taken place.