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Memento Momento

The topic this week is: Would we like to be asked to do the novelization of a movie, or why not? If so, what movie. Many movies are based on stories, novels or based on plays, but quite a few … Continue reading

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Sharing Books & Stories

By Jeff Salter As sometimes happens, my take on this 4F1H weekly topic may veer a bit. In discussing books (and stories) I’ve shared with friends or family, I’m not taking the “share” part too literally. In other words, with … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk About Endings

By Jeff Salter Our blogging question this week is whether we prefer happily ever after (HEA) or happy for now (HFN) endings… or “tragic” endings in a story. First let me clarify two things: I respond to this question as … 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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