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Eleanor Limprecht, Long Bay (Review)

One of the things that interests me about historical fiction, of which Eleanor Limprecht’s Long Bay is an example, is why the author in question chooses to write his/her story as fiction rather than non-fiction. 1,225 more words

Australian Literature

Cold Shoulder

I’m not really sure if it’s just me or if it’s everyone else, but man am I tired of people (mostly men) trying to dictate my life! 480 more words

Love Behind Bars

How To Train A Dragon

When the beast is unleashed, whose to say what’s going to happen.

Prison is stressful in itself.  Of course, I’ve never been locked up personally, but I can only imagine. 388 more words

Love Behind Bars

Look And Listen

Sometimes, I try to understand people by the way they analyze poetry.  Here is one that I wrote a while back.

Spent a lifetime wishing, always hoping…never ceasing, never coping…couldn’t swallow, to busy choking…long lost love, forever provoking… 310 more words

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Definitions Of A Good Man

I may be slightly biased, but it’s my blog anyway, so I have the right to be.

When I tell him that I’m the luckiest girl in the world, he always responds the same way. 366 more words

Love Behind Bars

Confessional...

Here’s a big one that causes a lot of controversy and caused a lot of pain.

We had been dating 6 months when I decided to go to Arkansas to visit for the Summer.   592 more words

Love Behind Bars

The State Blues

He’s about two hours away from me and I can’t drive.  I was born with a visual impairment enabling me to do a lot of the things that young adults like to do.   528 more words

Love Behind Bars