Feeling as if life has punched you in the gut and you’re doubled over in despair is common. Obstacles appear, adversity transforms into a mountain or a mole hill. 414 more words
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My dear New York friend, Composer Bob Christianson and his talented lyricist/book writer Alisa Hauser have received a national Emmy nomination for outstanding Music and Lyrics for… 227 more words
This month’s instalment races out of the gate with Dickens in full comic ‘canter, with arched head and mane, opened eyes and nostrils’, as he so ruthlessly describes the ‘rocking-horse’ Mrs Podsnap. 1,284 more words
When we first commenced A Tale of Two Cities Week-by-Week, my first real experience in serial reading, I had various set opinions in my mind about how serialisation works. 625 more words
Have you read the 50 best short stories of all time?
Rook’s Page Publishing is here to make it easy to meet that goal! Our first release is Volume I in a three-volume set that commemorates the hundredth anniversary of a critical moment in the history of literature. 335 more words