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Sixteen String Jack

There was a launch of Sixteen String Jack and the Garden of Adventure at Moat Brae House this week. The garden at Moat Brae was the one that inspired J M Barrie to write Peter Pan, after he used to play with the boys who lived there. 167 more words


Pan - Official Trailer

Can we just accept that Joe Cornish is a bit overrated?  That’s not to say that there isn’t the potential for greatness, but so far most of what he’s done has been in association with Edgar Wright. 229 more words


Influences: "PETER PAN"

Like most kids, Peter Pan was one of my favorite stories growing up. From the Disney movie, to Hook, to the Mary Martin and Cathy Rigby versions, the story of the Boy Who Never Grew Up always stuck with me. 130 more words

Writer's Quote Wednesday - J.M.Barrie

Here’s some motivation for you this Wednesday:

This quote by Sir James Matthew Barrie is one of so many wonderful and clever quotes from Peter Pan, it was actually very hard for me to choose from. 176 more words

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Faeries and Personality Disorders

When I first set out to write the Into the Wonder books, I realized that much of the action would involve nonhuman characters and even be told from nonhuman points of view. 869 more words


Excellent Edwardian Novels You Can Read Right Now

Art and literature from the Edwardian era has often been overshadowed by its fruitful cousin, the Victorian era, but pop culture moments like the success of… 1,086 more words


Wonder & Whimsy

“The moment where you doubt you can fly,

you cease forever being able to do it.”

~ Peter Pan, by J. M. Barrie ~