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Small Victories

Every author wants to pen a best seller, a story, book, play, or song that knocks the senses out of a multitude of people.  I am no different, I want the same thing, but I will take small victories along the way to that path of fame and fortune and if I never actually walk that path, I will have my small victories as a testament that I at least accomplished something as a writer. 299 more words

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Absolutely, without question, the best John Grisham novel is...

Before I reveal my choice to this statement, let me clarify something.  On another post entitled Ennui with a Side of Envy, I said that I envied a playwright but the truth of the matter is that I am not a person given to envy.   568 more words

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About doing Honours

READING

Who would have thought that Literary Theory could be so fascinating!

This book, The Courage of Truth, is the compilation of Michel Foucault’s last lectures at the College de France. 633 more words

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Birmingham: Part Two

In my mind, Birmingham is one of those cities you visit but don’t want to tell everyone about it. Reason being, you don’t want millions of tourists flocking in and ruining it. 274 more words

Airstream Bambi Trips

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My friend continues her journey through the South

A Painted House

It always amazes me when something occurs that reminds me of a story I read or wrote or of a character in a work of literature.   475 more words

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Birmingham: Part One

“Why didn’t you tell me I was going to meet two of the most awesome people ever?” That’s what Jay said. He was referring to Todd and Charles. 293 more words

Airstream Bambi Trips

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I'd like to meet my friends two friends, they sound like fantastic writers.

On Writing: Sizzling Settings

First I want to describe what I consider to be the difference between “world building” and a story’s “setting.” If you’re creating a fantasy world, then you will almost certainly have to do a lot of… 706 more words

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