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No Matter The Weather: Integrating Nature's Forces Into Your Story

Using the weather, its elements, and conditions isn’t something new. Our beloved writers from the beginning of time have taken inspiration from cloudy skies, thunderstorms, and blizzards. 834 more words

Writing

2019 Life-Long Learning: National Book Lovers Day

    Friday was National Book Lovers Day and since I blog on Sundays, I decided to do this a couple of days late. I had other books to read and write. 404 more words

How does he see?

“He wanted to write like Cezanne painted. / Cézanne started with all the tricks. Then he broke the whole thing down and built the real thing. 156 more words

Karl Ove Knausgård

300 short stories: story 284

story: “Indian Camp”

author: Ernest Hemingway

year: 1924

where: post-Flywheel, casa dolce casa

note: For some summer fun, I’ve enrolled in Oates’ MasterClass (I have many thoughts on these classes for another time) and this short story was part of an assignment. 41 more words

Short Stories

Enjoying The Film, "The Killers," On TCM

Last night TCM aired the movie that launched the career of two huge stars, Burt Lancaster and Ava Gardner, as part of a night of tribute to Ms. 85 more words

5 Classics for August

Summer has almost come to a close, but there’s still time to squeak in a few more books in the sunshine! I thought it would be fun to recommend five classics each month that remind me of that particular time of the year. 641 more words

Bookish

Being Broken and Wounded

“We are all broken, that’s how the light
gets in” This is one of my favorite quotes from Ernest Hemingway (you will find
me quoting him too often) 277 more words