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A Perfect Writing Space

A Perfect Writing Space 

By Natalie Bright

We have a lovely home office. Oak bookcases span one entire wall from floor to ceiling and a leafy plant engulfs a huge picture window, with two comfy chairs – one for typing at the desk and one for reading. 209 more words

Writing

gratitude week :: day six

gratitude…
the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness


fresh food on our table every day…and the farmers who grow our food…and the grocery stores who stock that food…and the car which enabled us to get to the store…and my husband’s job which pays the grocery bill…and the table on which our dishes rest and around which we gather…daily… 257 more words

Motherhood

How Is a Raven Like a Writing Desk?: A book review of Gabriel Finley and the Raven's Riddle

Awhile ago I wrote three posts entitled “The Next Harry Potter” with suggestions of possible book series  that could fit the bill, so to squawk – I mean speak.   322 more words

Book Reviews

Writing through the pain

This is going to be one of those old school type blog posts. You know the sort, the ones that started out on diaryland or livejournal and all about this random stream of consciousness thing, rather than taking the ‘how can I add value’ to my readers approach. 318 more words

Writing

Intro and dark stained writing desk

As this is my first post I think it may be necessary to delve into what I mean by DIY. Do It Yourself, yes, but not so much in the building and hammering with nails sense. 472 more words

6th October 1865

Today in history, in the year 1865, the same year Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland was published, the day October 6th was declared a holiday for the character of the Mad Hatter because the tag in the ribbon of his hat displayed “10 and 6 pence,” which was how prices were calculated in England during the period of the 1800s. 99 more words

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