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Sue Harrison: "Writing the Third Dimension" - part 23: Books, Books, Books!

Welcome back! Over the next several more months we invite you to return here, specifically on the fourth Thursday of each month for the newest installment of Sue Harrison‘s teaching: … 335 more words

Mostly About Reading

Have you ever learned a critical lesson from an only okay book?

A man without a wife can be lonely in a big black Mercedes, no matter how many readers he has.  – Howard Jacobson

Have you ever read a book that just didn’t do it for you, but had one character, one scene, or one line that has stuck with you forever? 766 more words


2015 Reading Challenge

Hi everyone! Just a quick post today – so I have no more reviews left this year and going to be super busy until 2015 which Christmas and New Year and I’m sure you all will be too! 107 more words


Book Review - Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption

IF you haven’t read this Stephen King novella, you might have at least seen its famous movie adaptation – known as The Shawshank Redemption (1994), starring Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman. 616 more words

My 2014 Reading

I’m an avid reader (although there’s NEVER enough time to read all the books on my tbr pile) and my taste is not restricted to any particular genre. 803 more words

Quote of the Week: Imagination and the World

This week’s quote is really interesting for me! I am sure it resonates with many people but I think it is more than just finding a partner or someone to date and spend your life with. 940 more words


A year in reading: 2014

I haven’t been keeping a strict list of books read during 2014 so this won’t be a strict list of best books, but rather a recollection of the most memorable reading experiences. 2,248 more words