Monthly Archives: January 2012

True

“People without hope not only don’t write novels, but what is more to the point, they don’t read them.”   –Flannery O’Connor Nobody brings it home like Flannery.  I guess you’d call me pretty hopeful because as I struggle with revising … Continue reading

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The Obsession Continues: Countdown to Downton

I am obsessed.  I admit it.  Downton Abbey Season Two premieres in the U.S. tonight!  But before the new storylines whisk us away to WWI England, I want to share one last thought from Season One. This picture captures a … Continue reading

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Good Writing, Part II

There was a time I smugly discarded anything written after the days of the ink and quill as cheap.  I lost myself in Chaucer, Jane Austen, Shakespeare, etc.  In short, I was a literary snob with no right to be. … Continue reading

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