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My Good Read of the Day (05/22/15)

My Antonia by Willa Cather

This is a truly heart wrenching story for the time period. I hope you will enjoy this great read!



By Sherry Harris

As I was trying to think of a topic to write about my eyes landed on two books in our family room The Riverside Shakespeare and British Literature Volume B — not that I think my writing is anywhere close  or influential as Shakespeare, Keats or Barrett-Browning. 368 more words

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What I've Been Reading Lately: 7 Quick Book Reviews

Let’s see if I can finish this before the three-year-old wakes from her nap:

1. The Scent of Water by Elizabeth Goudge: I keep hearing about Elizabeth Goudge. 762 more words

Seven Quick Takes

CEM 21 No. 792 2014, Writing

When it comes to focusing on a piece of writing I find it helps to have a fragment from another piece of writing, by another Writer, nearby. 20 more words


National Short Story Month 2015: Day 4

Have a little Willa Cather to get your week started. 9 more words

sunlit curtain

“When he came out of the house the last intense light of the winter day was pouring over the town below him, and the bushy tree-tops and the church steeples gleamed like copper… 48 more words