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Setting: is a place in a story for real? #RssosSisters

I used to wonder about places in books before I became an author. Are they for real? When I started writing, I had to use my imagination to conjure up fancy restaurants, grocery stores, gift shops, etc. 443 more words


Magic Monday - Seeing the unseen; smelling the unsmelled

Wizard Eyes (Submerge in Wind)

It is said that the most powerful and skilled of magicians have senses that surpass those of normal men and women. 234 more words


WuToWu #59: What do English majors do, anyway?

Hi Jessica,

What is up with the weather?! One day it’s 45 degrees, the next day it’s snowing and 25 degrees, the next day it’s hovering in the high 30’s and I walk around with one eye towards the trees and eaves that might drop slushy snow on my head. 475 more words

Free offer

Feb. 8, 2016

Hi Everyone,
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, for the next several months only, I am offering free coaching sessions around the topic of money. 414 more words

The Supremes at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat, by Edward Kelsey Moore

In Edward Kelsey Moore’s debut novel, a trio of best friends share their first-hand accounts of growing up black in small town Indiana from the 1960s to the present. 199 more words


Opening Crawl - Episodio I: CICATRICES DEL PASADO

Porque hasta que las letras amarillas no echan a correr con la música inconfundible del maestro John Williams, no estamos hablando de la mística de Star Wars. 120 more words

Opening Crawl

'Floundering' by Romy Ash

Fiction – paperback; Text Publishing; 224 pages; 2012.

Fishing for flounder in shallow coastal waters as the tide comes in is known as “floundering”, which explains the title of this extraordinary debut novel by Australian writer Romy Ash. 892 more words