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My Reflections on Writing Excuses 13.11 - Writing Secondary Characters Charlaine Harris

First immediate reaction upon listening to the episode – THAT is a wonderful accent.

Second, I was a struck by the idea that secondary characters were mostly to be considered within the course of a series, that they gave you someone to promote or focus on in later books. 335 more words


Muslim London Couple Stands Trial for Beating, Killing and Barbecuing French Nanny | JEWSNEWS

It turned out to be the smoldering remains of a 21-year-old French nanny named Sophie Lionnet. Appearing in British court on Monday, grisly details about the au pair’s life in London were revealed to jurors. 14 more words


WALLS WORK: PM Netanyahu says that without a birder fence, Israel would be flooded with illegal immigrants | JEWSNEWS

PM addresses Negev Conference, says border fence on Egyptian frontier saved Israel from terrorist threats, mass wave of illegal immigration. David Rosenberg Israel’s illegal immigration quandary, centering on the future of 40,000 infiltrators who snuck into Israel over the Egyptian border, would l… 19 more words


Where Twitter, Mr. Rogers, and Theology intersect...

Yesterday would have been Mr. Rogers 90th birthday. While I was surfing Twitter after work, I was reminded of the amazing gift that Mr. Rogers was to humanity.  384 more words


Lenten Reflections: March 22, 2018

Thursday of the Fifth Week of Lent

Gospel Reading: Jn 8: 51-59


“Amen, amen, I say to you, whoever keeps my word will never see death.” (Jn 8:51). 23 more words