Reviewing Fairy Tales

Posted on 10/18/2013 08:09:01 PM

Children in probably every culture listen attentively to the fairy tales characteristic of their culture. What these tales are intended to provide to the little ones, however, is often a point of contention. Are they tales of morality, courage under extraordinary circumstances, do they provide a sense ...

Kudrat-Save Nature

Posted on 10/12/2013 05:22:52 AM

Hey friends. I am back again to inform about one of my latest blog posts . This is written in punjabi language but touches a global issue of Preservation of natural resources. I have tried to explain that when the god decided to create this world he combined five alements to create mankind which was ...

The Great Canadian Novel

Posted on 09/22/2013 05:20:51 PM

If you could choose to be a master (or mistress) of any skill in the world, which skill would you pick? Obviously I would love to write like a pro, not simply short articles like I write now but thick volumes of books that would be called literature. Why? For the simple reason that I love reading allegories. ...

The poet Pablo Neruda

Posted on 09/15/2013 01:13:25 PM

Tonight I can write the saddest lines Tonight I can write the saddest lines. Write, for example, 'The night is shattered and the blue stars shiver in the distance.' The night wind revolves in the sky and sings. Tonight I can write the saddest lines. I loved her, and sometimes she loved me too. Through ...

A Change of Seasons

Posted on 09/10/2013 05:03:35 AM

Even though the calendar says September 5th, it definitely feels like Fall has arrived.  I awoke this morning to a cold breeze coming in the window that had been left open a crack overnight.  Brrrrr, no wonder I slept so good.  Nothing makes for a better sleep than ...

Valle-Inclan Tyrant Banderas (1926)

Posted on 09/06/2013 10:54:52 AM

Valle-Inclan creates a sinister masterpiece to tell the story of the overthrow of Kid Santos, the Tyrant Banderas. Tyrant Banderas (1926), the first great dictator novel and inspiration for Gabriel García Márquez’s The Autumn of the Patriarch and Augusto Roa Basto’s I, the Supreme.      The ...

Writing About: Hospitals

Posted on 08/20/2013 10:39:17 AM

While I was writing the last book in my series, I realized that my protagonist had gone to the hospital twice (but as a patient only once). Hospitals are common places for people to go to in real life, as well as in fiction. Writers lead their characters to hospitals for many reasons. If one (or several) ...

Writing About: A Crime Scene

Posted on 08/06/2013 09:33:20 AM

There are quite a few crime scenes in the fourth book of my series, but even though all crime scenes are different, writing about them requires the same elements every time.   Sight: The most powerful element of a crime scene is what it looks like. Describe the detective’s first steps onto ...

Ingenderes im Ploasitille?

Posted on 08/06/2013 08:54:44 AM

Jim jabbly jee, itud feeblesnorp. But cwoot the slibblery-foot? Im habbinubbinutt! Takisowley imploppe di flooby-ban.   Aroopilah skinoid, fort unsumptuous exploip. Ibbly nibbly wisselflow. Jackstation acrantus! Ella fleen and krute. In sincrost. Obble me florppe. Butty nutty bloop? Imploibelink! ...

Chrys Fey’s 30 Day Writing Challenge

Posted on 07/31/2013 10:53:53 AM

A while ago I was trying to find a writing challenge to complete. I scrounged the internet and found a couple, but was not satisfied with their quality. The challenges (one of which asked you to write about your opinion on Lady Gaga) wouldn’t give my writing a creativity boost, so I created my ...



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