Tag Archives: reading

Reflections on your favorite books throughout your childhood and early adult years

Have you ever been in the midst of reading a really good book, and it made you thing back to the books you loved to either read for yourself or have read to you as a child? While I have … Continue reading

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Weird ideas that lead to creativity

Remember my last post about getting weird and wacky thoughts and ideas stuck in my head? Well, this is a continuation of that post, but from a creative perspective. Take a look at my blog, go a few months back … Continue reading

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Author spotlight: Sandra W. Burch

Sandra W. Burch is an award-winning poet and the author of the Seaside Series. Her work has appeared in over a dozen venues, including Piker Press, Torrid Literature Journal, Best New Poems, Room magazine and Page & Spine. She is … Continue reading

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An update for myBlogger friends

Hello everyone, Have you ever wanted something so bad that you could almost taste it, or prayed for something so hard that you could almost feel it? Well, I’ve been praying for a writing job, for two reasons. Reason number … Continue reading

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Writing inspiration from true crime documentaries

Have you ever watched something on television and found it to be an inspiration for writing? This is happened to me just in the past day or so. My fiancĂ© and I were listening to a documentary about the JonBenet … Continue reading

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Holiday greetings and an update

Hello to all my new followers, and my long time blogging friends. I’m writing to give you some updates, and to wish you a Merry Christmas and a blessed and happy new year. First of all, I want to let … Continue reading

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Book review: Things We Keep

I just finished a book entitled Things We Keep, by Sally Hepworth, and it was an amazing book. The narrators who read the book for the NLS talking book program, were finominal! I highly suggest that you get this book … Continue reading

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