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Best Articles of the Month: September 2016

  • Héloïse Letissier – better known as Christine of Christine and the Queens – is my current heroine. Or hero, whatever. It’s all the same. Anyway: everything about her is wonderful, but the dance moves on display in…
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Dorothy Whipple -a perfect storyteller, not a pudding

Widowed, in the house her husband had built with day and night nurseries and a music-room, as if the children would stay there for ever, instead of marrying and going off at the earliest possible moment, old Mrs North yielded one day to a long-felt desire to provide herself with company. 780 more words


More pilots like Sully

“We Need More Pilots Like Sully”: The Truth Is, More Pilots Than We Realize Are Like Sully—They’ve Simply Never Faced a Set of Circumstances Which Calls Upon Them to Prove It to the Extent that He Did… 310 more words

Jilly: Snippet

My head is so deep in my WIP right now, I don’t want to think about anything else. I love this feeling. Even when I’m dealing with Real Life – and life’s currently throwing some meaty challenges my way – Alexis is in the background, ready to grab my attention as soon as I have a moment to spare. 745 more words

Eight Ladies Writing

Heroines who turned as Vegans / Vegetarians

వీళ్లంతా శాకాహారులే..!

ఒకప్పుడు మాంసాహారం అంటే చెవికోసుకున్నవారు కూడా ఇప్పుడు శాకాహారులుగా మారిపోయారు. ఈ నేపథ్యంలో వేగన్‌లుగా, శాకాహారులుగా మారిన నటీమణుల గురించి తెలుసుకుందాం రండి..continue

Vasundhara Kutumbam

Where have the heroines gone?

Unlike heroines of the 80s, those of the last two decades haven’t really returned as character artistes. I talk to people in the industry to find out why… 927 more words


Plot Analysis: The Romance

I realized my last post was about the plot outside the romance in a romance novel. All the things happening around the characters so they can’t just focus on what they feel for each other. 583 more words