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Snow, Snow, Snow!

As I type that title, in my mind I hear the song “Snow” from Berlin Irving’s movie White Christmas (1954). So wonderful!

Like many other midwest natives, I admit that I love snow when it comes but am ready for it to magically melt away after the new year. 334 more words

Children's Literature

2016 Holiday Extreme Black Friday Sale

HEY!

TODAY’s BLACK FRIDAY!

One person took advantage of the extremely low price placed on my book at Amazon.com – Kindle for Black Friday yesterday — on Thanksgiving Day. 92 more words

Religion

Aminita... The Hero!

While reading the second third of Someone Knows My Name, I have come to a realization that there is several examples of archetypal literary theory throughout the novel. 863 more words

Daily Post Prompt: Hyperbole

Hyperbole: It’s just exaggeration.
But not with the intention to deceive.
It ‘s just to make a point or emphasize,
A unique way to help someone to see. 81 more words

Defender

Raining arrows come. And there will be misses, but at least one will unrelentingly find me. It will pierce through at the precise moment when the last drop of blood clots. 84 more words

Literature

Myself

Myself

by EDEN

My eyes go back and front again

I can’t breath

I can’t walk

I’m shaking

Breathing

Waiting

For a release

My heart pounds… 241 more words

Ft Myers Florida

Kate DiCamillo's writing style

I like Kate DiCamillo’s writing style because she has very good figurative language. Figurative language is language that explains more and is more detailed than regular writing. 64 more words

Writing