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Fact and Fiction - Weaving it Together

I said at the beginning that I don’t do “writing advice”.

That was kind of a lie, because now I’m going to tell you about the terrible, dangerous nexus between all those carefully garnered facts and writing fiction. 501 more words

Aaron-Michael Hall reblogged this on Aaron-Michael Hall and commented:

Morgan always has some wonderful advice, delivered with her own witty style.

Follies, and other celebrations of theatre

Walterdale Theatre’s production of Follies, the 1971 Sondheim musical, opens tonight.  I was able to see a preview last night, and I found it touching, sometimes sad, and sometimes so funny that I couldn’t stop giggling.   788 more words

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Book Review: Casting in Stone by Morgan Smith


Synopsis: They said ill winds blew at her back. They said she was cursed, a hex, a jinx, a hissing in the dark. And it was true: everywhere she went, no matter what she did, misfortune seemed to follow in her wake. 355 more words

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