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The Dickens, I Say!
This is not a ‘review’ week, but this one won’t wait. It’s about a story that all of you know, one that I thought that I did in its entirety. I also thought that I had read the complete story, … Continue reading
Posted in advice, big plans, book review, Books, characters, Christmas, Christmas books, classics, creating scenes, decisions, descriptions, editing, Faith-centered stories, free week, helping others, history, imagination, inspiration, inspirational stories, Life, movies, novels, publishing, reading, titles, Tonette Joyce, traditions, winter, writers Tagged A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens, FULL verion of A Christmas Carol, Missing exerpts from A Christmas Carol 6 Comments
O, My Darling
No, not “Clementine”, but as in “In the Glomming, (Oh, My Darling”). My question is: Why does there not seem to be a word or words particular to the light before dawn, as there are for pre-sunset time? Before sunset, … Continue reading
Posted in America, creating scenes, descriptions, experiences, foreign language, inspiration, language, Miscellaneous, research, Tonette Joyce, Words Tagged Aurora, Dawn, describe sunrise, Dusk, eearly morning light, Gloaming, sunrise, sunset, Twlight 8 Comments