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Fairy Tales that Live Forever

Today’s book recommendation is the beautiful picture book:

Snow-White and the Seven Dwarfs, written by Jacob and Willhelm

Grimm, illustrated by Nancy E. Burkert

(can be found at: Amazon.com) 35 more words

Creative Writing

Rise and Shine~Sandra D. Bricker~(Book Review)


Shannon Malone thought she’d found her happy ending when she married Edmund Ridgeway, but a diving accident on their honeymoon left her in a coma. 464 more words


TJ's Haiku Challenge 6 - My take

Another great prompt from TJ’s Haiku Challenge this week.  Keys … the possibilities are many.  I love TJ’s haiku, and here is mine – once again using TJ’s lovely photograph to illustrate. 21 more words


The Soulmate

10 Women They Warned Me Against Becoming (5/10)

The Soulmate. Believing love is greater than your cynicism is dangerous. Love is weakness, it leads to all sorts of problems. 156 more words

365 Days


Chickenpox Day 7
The sight of me surprised my sister’s cat. One of her cats is the typical one-person only, skittish, hide-under-the-bed type cat. Snowy has always been that way and days can pass without my actually seeing her. 709 more words

Beauty I Have Witnessed

In Defense of Growing Up, Part Two

I wanted to continue off of my last post, “In Defense of Growing Up,” with a few more thoughts on the subject. Blog posts, they say, need to be short. 898 more words

Ariane Peveto

Commentary on "Wings"

I’ve always found “The Swan Maiden” to be a particularly disturbing fairy tale. There are fairy tales that involve gruesome violence, rape, cannibalism, torture, and all sorts of unpleasant things, but “The Swan Maiden” is disturbing to me specifically because it appears to be such a light, sweet fairy tale at first sight. 260 more words

Fairy Tales