Tag Archives: biographies

Dilemma

Free week and I have been wondering about how people perceive other people’s writings. If you know the life of the writer, do you assume that a scene or situation in their story is autobiographical if it comes close to … Continue reading

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They Captured My Childhood Imagination

Characters and books I enjoyed as a child By Jeff Salter This week, we revisit characters and books which captured our imaginations when we were kids. I had many characters I adored — some real people and some fictional. It … Continue reading

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Most Influential Books … Which Shaped Me As a Writer

 An Inspirational Series, a Famous Hometown Author, and a Writer Who Made me Laugh                     By Jeff Salter             Wow.  So many possibilities.  No way I can limit this to a single title.  So I’ll talk about a series and … Continue reading

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