Tag Archives: reading

Janice Spina interviews Jennie Fitzkee

Reblogged from Jem’s Books: Jennie Fitzkee Please help me welcome teacher Jennie Fitzkee to Jemsbooks.blog Interview Segment. Jennie is the first teacher that I have had the pleasure to interview. Jennie is a lovely lady and an exceptional teacher of … Continue reading

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Janice Spina interviews Robbie and Michael Cheadle

Reblogged from Jems Books: Robbie Cheadle Please help me welcome authors Robbie and Michael Cheadle to Jemsbooks.blog Segment of Interview an Author. It’s a pleasure to have you here, Robbie and Michael. The soap box is all yours. 1. Please … Continue reading

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A Call For Guest Posts for the ULS, The Underground Library Society ~ Charles French

Reblogged from Charles French: Hello to everyone! I recently had an excellent guest post from Josh Gross, a wonderful blogger. I am sending out a request to anyone who would like to join the ULS, the Underground Library Society, and … Continue reading

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Janice Spina interviews author Marcia Meara

Reblogged from Jem’s Books:   MARCIA MEARA Please welcome author Marcia Meara to Jemsbooks Blog Author Interview Segment. Thank you, Marcia, for coming today. Lovely to be here today, Janice! Thanks so much for having me. I’ll step aside so … Continue reading

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Guest author: Richard Dee – I was never a writer

I was never a writer. I was a reader, right from the day that the squiggles on the page made sense. I was a devourer of the words of others. I grew up and became a captive audience, a traveller … Continue reading

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What’s Missing From Your Self-Editing – Ryan Lanz

Reblogged from A Writer’s Path:   by Ryan Lanz   For some writers, editing strikes fear into their hearts. Okay, perhaps not fear, but some discomfort. At least a stomach ache, right? Before you reach for the antacids, let’s discuss … Continue reading

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Guest writer: Jennie Fitzkee – Viola Swamp

Kate brought her mother’s beloved old book in to school this week.  Miss Nelson is Missing is a classic.  I love that book!  My children loved it.  Over the years I must have read it hundreds of times. The story is … Continue reading

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Guest Writer and Reviewer : Emily Weatherburn – 0/5 for the book review system

Whether it’s a book, a film, or even an idea, we associate it with a certain numerical score. We can read Shakespeare’s Hamlet and give it a five-star review, and then read the latest instalment of the Fifty Shades of … Continue reading

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Louise Jensen – The Gift now available in paperback

Reblogged from Fabricating Fiction: It’s paperback publication day for The Gift, my second psychological thriller which has already been a global e-book No. 1 Bestseller. I’m SO excited for this book to reach a whole new audience. The Gift is … Continue reading

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Hinting at… Happiness? by Sarah Brentyn

Reblogged from Sarah Brentyn: What does a Harvard University professor have to do with flash fiction? Nothing. And everything. Or, at least, something. I’ve thought for a long time now that good flash fiction packs a punch. It heightens emotional … Continue reading

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