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Author! Author?

Question of the week: “When did you first think of yourself as an author?” There are many avenues in writing. I can talk about when I first believed that I could write, when others thought that I could write and … Continue reading

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A Moving Story

The question this week is: If we had one of our stories made into a movie, who would we like to see cast and who would we want to direct? Unfortunately, that is not a very realistic question because the … Continue reading

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One of These Things Is Not Like the Others…

This week’s topic is Three Facts, One Fiction about our lives, and you are to choose which you think is the one that is not true. Sticking with a writing theme, I offer these. However, I cheated a bit: All … Continue reading

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Words On Play

I was all set to have a special guest this week then, whoops! I realized reading Iris’s post on Monday that we still had a theme going: At a Play I have not had as much experience attending plays as … Continue reading

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All the World is a Stage

By Jeff Salter I love (many of) Shakespeare’s plays, including Hamlet … and there are numerous lines from his plays which have entered our vocabulary. I take this opportunity to set people straight on the contextual meaning of this particular … Continue reading

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Play On Words

Or words on a play. There was some confusion about the topic for this week, if, indeed, there was one. It seems to be a “Free” week and three of the five of us that post here have new books … Continue reading

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My Conversation with Shakespeare… Among Others

By Jeff Salter What would I say to (or ask of) my favorite famous authors (even if long gone)? Keep reading. William Shakespeare Let’s start with the Immortal Bard. I’d thank him for about half of his plays and tell … Continue reading

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