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Another Author's Insight: Charles Dickens (1812-1870)

I do not find it easy to get sufficiently far away from this Book, in the first sensations of having finished it, to refer to it with the composure which this formal heading would seem to require.

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Saving Chocolate Thunder

Written by Erin Slavin

Illustrated by Drew Rose

Cory is an eleven year old fifth grader with a vivid imagination. He loves his three year old brother David who likes to pretend he is a superhero. 291 more words

Book Reviews

Proof of Concept

This is a proof of concept drawing for my next big project about which I am stoked and can now discuss: collaborating with the always-amazing Linda Addison to create 1 or 2 comics for her upcoming book of interconnected short stories,  285 more words


Imaginary Friends of Peace, Harmony & Sanctuary

As we enter a forever more turbulent world, encountering the evil forces that destroys our peace, we must find alternatives for a sanctuary.

An overload of negative news, division, war, hatred and disgusting abuses of other human beings, dilution of diversity, an increase in uniformity, a loss of individualism and a rise in conformity, failed leadership and aspirations, a delusion of the American Dream, … 1,014 more words

Cliff Harrison

5 Characteristics of a Fiction Writer

Just for fun … below is a list of 5 characteristics that might suggest you should be a fiction writer.

  1. You often find that you are having chats with yourself or with people.
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What gose on?

This both is and isn’t a contribution to Session #116.

Put it another way, if it is a contribution it’s not a very useful one. 762 more words

'Craft' Is It?

A World of Pure Imagination

Willy Wonka knew what he was talking about. Imagination is important for children’s growth. As we’re constantly told, we need to feed their imagination as much as their stomachs. 565 more words