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The Cabin by Natasha Preston

I love a good locked room murder mystery, and that’s what I was hoping for with The Cabin, but it’s not at all what I got. 348 more words

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the cabin in early winter

I blame instagram for my lethargy with this blog…but here’s why I continue: people find it and they call me. no one has ever called the office and said “i found your mcelroyarch.com website”…but very often people say they found me via the blog. 698 more words

Cabin Remodel

Dos Boy Bares All With Kwasi x HFNR On New Single 'Run It'

Melbourne based artist Dos Boy, by way of Byron Bay, has bared all on the revealing, yet elevating new single Run It, featuring ‘Burn-city duo  171 more words

Off The Clef

Next Time There Will Be One More

Last week we took the opportunity to do a little traveling. The motivation behind the trip to my mom’s house and to the cabin was the fast approaching due date of this little baby on June 9th. 374 more words


Come On, Spring!

Could there be a brighter harbinger?

A panorama of flowers trying to ward off the mean old cold

The bright early plum

She wants to bloom free… 68 more words

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Glimmer Train Winter 2015: "The Cabin" by Kurt Rheinheimer

It’s always tricky, discerning when to include “useless” information or scenes. I’m not talking about, “I like this subplot but it’s pointless.” I’m more about, “I want to have a reader immersed by not breaking away from the action, but I still want each detail to communicate something.” It can be done well with authors like Cormac McCarthy, or filmmakers like Quentin Tarantino. 479 more words

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In Defense of Our Things: Let Go of Letting Go

“And I add my own love to the history of people who have loved beautiful things, and looked out for them, and pulled them from the fire, and sought them when they were lost, and tried to preserve them and save them while passing them along literally from hand to hand, singing out brilliantly from the wreck of time to the next generation of lovers, and the next.” 764 more words

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