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A Morning Dose of Dickens

This has been a favorite literary quote of mine since high school, and I thought I’d share it in case it brings some beauty to your day: 46 more words


Opening lines...

There is something magical about opening an unread book. As I hunker down with my most recent loot from the library, I have a zillion thoughts swirling through my head:  Will I like this, or am I wasting my time, will it transform my life or make my commute more boring, is it the classic that everyone says it is, maybe I will not understand it all. 265 more words

Chapter 04 : Five Years Later.

Tellson’s Bank was an old-fashioned business in an old-fashioned office, even in 1780. It was a very small, dark, ugly, and uncomfortable office, but the people proud of it. 1,260 more words

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Comforting Son on the Mountain Range

Dickens, for all his long-windedness, has a way of leaving you at the end of each chapter with a desire to keep reading. I suppose this was a necessary skill he needed, since his stories were published chapter-by-chapter. 1,161 more words

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Your Novel DOESN'T Follow a Formula

So many times recently, I’ve seen so many posts in so many writing blogs, giving so much writing advice that offers a formula.

This is how your beginning should go,  464 more words

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She Don't Need Her No Man- Or Do She? (Ft. Bastard Children)

As I sit in my room eating Flavor Blasted Goldfish and listening to Beyonce, a thought comes to me.

I say to myself,


And then I dramatically pause. 398 more words

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"Rise and shine, sunshine"

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The Glory of Zion

“Arise, shine, for your light has come,

    and the glory of the Lord rises upon you.
2 See, darkness covers the earth… 156 more words