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Bigger on the Inside

Books have helped shape the entirety of my life. Even on an average day I can pick out people, situations and things that remind me of stories long ago. 118 more words

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Imagining people to life

The Writing Excuses podcast recently had an excellent episode with Cory Doctorow about why we care about imaginary characters. Doctorow sets out a fascinating theory grounded in psychology and evolution, and it’s well worth a listen. 165 more words

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Star of the Week and Back to School Night

Warning: A fawning post about Seamus ahead.

Last week, Seamus got off the bus with a big box.

I didn’t know what it was, but the other parents at the bus stop made a big deal about it. 654 more words

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On Brand Point (Part 1)

 

I feel I have to express what this blog is about, and the message of my entire campaign. I called this blog Read Well. Live Better. 1,006 more words

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BONUS POST: John Green on Why We Read

If you haven’t seen this, take a few minutes and watch the ever-amazing John Green talk about the magic of writing and why human beings read. 7 more words

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How and Why we read?

Recently I stumbled upon a very interesting You Tube channel – CrashCourse, and found this nice video on How and Why we read:

And, yes, that is John Green (the writer). 11 more words

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Reading as a means to slip into another's skin...

Reading is the sole means by which we slip, involuntarily, often helplessly, into another’s skin, another’s voice, another’s soul.

-Joyce Carol Oates

I love this quote by the talented and prolific writer Joyce Carol Oates. 179 more words

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