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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
New Years Eve and I wish all of you a safe and happy 2022. Take care of yourself and those around you. It’s a Free Week and I was pressed for a topic. I have not finished a book recently,(save … Continue reading
Posted in advice, Books, Christmas books, collections, contemporary, decisions, editors, fantasy, historical, imagination, inspiration, novels, Publishers, publishing, reading preferences, romance, titles, Tonette Joyce, using talents Tagged A Witness to Murder, Crewel World, Don Knotts, Duck the Halls, Elaine, Framed in Lace, Lame titles, Patty, Poor Titles, The Private Eyes, The Table in the Window, Tim Conway 6 Comments