Monthly Archives: October 2009

VBT – Writers on the Move ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY!

Tweet It’s so exciting! Next month, VBT – Writers on the Move is having its ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY! To celebrate this accomplishment, we are having a STUPENDOUS Blogaversary Tour! Daily postings and daily prizes! But, that’s not all, we’re still … Continue reading

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Muse conference over

Tweet and it was terrific. After going through Lisa Gentile’s and Beverly McClure’s forums, I decided I needed to email a friend who’s a music director at a local middle school about my work in progress, and I got lots … Continue reading

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Writing progress, new ideas

Tweet I’m in the middle of working through my new work in progress, tentatively titled “Don’t Ask Me Why” and here I’ve been struck with another idea — one that won’t seem to leave me alone. It’s to write that … Continue reading

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Muse online conference in progress

Tweet .. it’s going to be a busy week. Lucky yesterday was a holiday.

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When I want to give someone a special gift, I give them ..

Tweet .. actually, I’m not inclined to give the one of my favorite books. The Annotated Alice is probably my all-time favorite book — but it’s not everyone’s taste. What I’m inclined to give them is a book of Far … Continue reading

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Books I hated in High School

Tweet Today’s topic is I hated … when I had to read it in high school, but when I read it on my own later, I loved it because…. This is a tough one because I try to forget about … Continue reading

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I’d write my autobiography, but I don’t need to, because my story has already been told in…

Tweet what classic book? Actually, I can’t think of one. This is, I fear, less a testament to the uniqueness of my life than to the weakness of my memory. Here are some I’ve disqualified: The Secret Garden: Never was … Continue reading

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Tuesday: Favorite Childhood Books

Tweet If you read yesterday’s post, you already know some of my childhood favorites and the reasons I liked them. But here’s another: when I was in fourth grade, my absolute favorite book was the Landmark biography, “Life of Saint … Continue reading

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National Great Books Week: Seven Book for a Desert Island

Tweet In honor of National Great Books Week, I’ll be posting about books this week, Monday through Friday. Today’s topic: If I were stranded on a desert island with only seven books to read over the next few years, what … Continue reading

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Cover for Unwelcome Guest at Fair Hill Farm

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