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Where The Sky Meets The Sand Chapter 1 Part 2

Sorbonne around 1970

Madame Turned around sharply, her expression was exited with anticipation as the door slowly opened, Michelle entered. She stood up bracing herself, and gazed at Michelle. 51 more words


Where The Sky Meets The Sand Chapter 1 Part 1

It was an old but grand Catholic Church. It stood in the midst of the night. To the population of the small town of Abbeville in North of France. 37 more words


You Know You're a Writer When...

Just for fun, I came up with a list of characteristics that might apply to you as a writer. Some are serious, some are humorous. Enjoy! 291 more words


What I Learned About Being a Writer From Lewis Carroll Part 3

         I recently shared two of my favourite quotations from Alice in Wonderland and discussed how they illustrate the writing process.  For the next two weeks I am looking at Lewis Carroll’s companion book… 546 more words

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When Characters Bid You Adieu

I suppose I’ll start by referring to a random movie I’m not sure anyone knows. The movie is called Nim’s Island and, while certainly not a major cinematic success, it has a good illustration I want to talk about. 1,400 more words


Clara Oswald - What Every Companion Needs To Know

Running about all corners of time and space with the most complicated person in the universe was never going to be an easy task. But there are definitely ways to make the whole ‘unexplainably-putting-all-your-trust-in-the-most-mental-person-alive-now-and-ever’ thing easier. 551 more words


What a Character

Scarlett O’Hara, Harry Potter, Philip Marlowe, Jane Eyre, Mr. Darcy . . . All are memorable fictional characters, so familiar to us that one might know who they are without even having read the books that made them famous. 221 more words