The Bittersweet Melody of Tears…La Mélodie de Aigre-doux Des larmes…
A selection of poems by Kevin Morris, read by yours truly 🙂
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Originally re-blogged on Chris The Story Reading Ape’s blog! Great information from Sheila M. Good!
Excellent information from D. Wallace Peach!
Well, I have a gift for you today. NO, it’s not a book. Phew!
A friend of mine shared a link with me, and when I opened it, I gasped. My knees turned to syrup, and I wiped tears of delight from my eyes. I’d struck writing gold.
Brandon Sanderson, the highly successful author of Mistborn and The Way of Kings fame, teaches a master’s level class at BYU for fantasy and science-fiction writers. The class is so popular that only a small number of interested students actually get to enroll. In response to the flood of despair, the entire series of winter lectures were videotaped and are available on YouTube at zero cost.
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You don’t write sci-fi or fantasy, you say.
I will assert, while skipping in circles with excitement, that the ideas he presents are 99% applicable to all fiction writing. He…
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Fascinating information on the frequency and history of redheadedness
Today is a first for this blog, So I am delighted to introduce you to my first ever guest blogger; Steve Hague from Life in Russia. Steve is a keen Traveller, Photographer, Business Coach and Writer. We have known each other from the early days when we both begun blogging and have been following each other ever since. After moving to Russia to be with his wife and family a couple of years ago, Steve embarked on a new adventure and begun learning a new language and exploring the depths of the Russian culture. Some time ago I wrote a two part article on the Heritage and history of my town, for Steve’s blog which you can read HERE and HERE. So now it is Steve’s turn, I have to admit, I was delighted to read this interesting and well researched article, as both my wife and daughter are…
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