Monthly Archives: February 2013

Whose Story Are You Telling?

My friend, Tristan, has started a writing blog and has written this very provocative piece about Django Unchained and its link to character and story. Whose Story Are You Telling?.

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Guest Post on L.M. Montgomery’s Research Group This week I guest blogged on the L.M. Montgomery Research Group in which I discuss the fervour   this month over the bad Anne of Green Gables Cover. You can link on the … Continue reading

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I’m sure you’ve heard one or both of these before: If you want to be a writer, you need to write. Writers write.* You may even be familiar with what Malcolm Gladwell reported in his…

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A Review: My Re-reading of The Long Winter

The Long Winter by Laura Ingalls Wilder My rating: 5 of 5 stars The Long Winter just keeps getting better every time I read it. I have no idea how many times I’ve read it. We aren’t just lulled by … Continue reading

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Much has happened to me since I blogged here: For one thing, I think that my blog now has a new home. Essentially, Blogger added ads to my blog and I cannot seem to get them off. Eventually, I … Continue reading

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