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FRIDAY WISDOM FROM VICTOR HUGO

Victor Hugo is probably best known for his novels written during the French Revolution. “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” and “Les Miserable” have been made into popular movies over time. He was considered a romantic. He was also an artist … Continue reading

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ANOTHER NOTABLE FEBRUARY BIRTHDAY

This week I’m focusing on the birthdays of men of greatness.  Today, one of my all time favorite authors – Charles Dickens.  This man had a short life of only 58 years, but managed to give us such classics as … Continue reading

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WRITERS’ FUNNIES

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WRITERS’ FUNNIES

Some say that parenthesis are not necessary in good writing, but sometimes the stuff on the inside is just as important as all the words around them.

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WRITERS’S FUNNIES

This really isn’t funny, except I often wonder why some novels always seem to start this way?  My grandson, now a senior in high school, would often make a contribution to one of my plays in progress and it started with – … Continue reading

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY, CHARLES

They say that authors often write their best work, based on what they’re familiar with.  Charles Dickens was such a writer.  His early years of childhood were happy.  He was the second of eight children.  Through those years, the family … Continue reading

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