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Road Through the Woods Picture Writing Prompts
The road winds gracefully amidst the trees. Is this all you see when you look at the picture? Or does your mind go wild thinking of what could be at either end of this road? If you look closely, you will notice a gate, one that apparently hasn't been closed for a while.
Omphalophobia and Other Phobias
There are those who are phobic about different parts of the human body. In this article, we will see how phobias like this can be used to enhance your fiction story and make the life of your character afflicted with one or more of them really interesting, difficult, and humorous.
An Earth of Foxes
I'm sure that everyone knows a group of cows is a herd. Did you realize that there are collective nouns for all of the other animals, too? Some of the names are descriptive and it is easy to understand why that particular group name Some of the collective nouns were created just for the animal.
Conclusion of Interview with Margaret Hermes
Here is the conclustion of my interview with Margaret Hermes, author of the collection of short stories in the book Relative Strangers.
My Interview with Margaret Hermes
Margaret Hermes, author of the collection of short stories in the book Relative Strangers, agree to answer some questions for me. I found her answers to be entertaining and informative. I hope you find them the same.
Relative Strangers - a Review
Relative Strangers is a collection of 14 short stories written by Margaret Hermes. In each of these stories, there are people who are strangers to everyone around them. They are strangers even to their own family members.
Homonyms from Faker to Ferret
Would a faker or a fakir swindle you? Which one would you see on a farm, a farrow or a pharaoh? Your jewelry does not contain precious gems. Is it faux or foe? Is a hero responsible for a feat or for a feet? Which one would you want to have as a pet, a ferrate or a ferret?
Conclusion of Interview with Ceri Radford
Here is the conclusion of my interview with Ceri Radford, author of A Surrey State of Affairs.
My Interview with Ceri Radford
Ceri Radford, author of the delightful book A Surrey State of Affairs, agreed to answer some questions for me about her book and her writing career. I hope you enjoy her answers.
A Surrey State of Affairs - a Review
A Surrey State of Affairs, written by author and journalist Ceri Radford, is the blog of the fictional character Constance Harding. And who is Constance Harding? She is a 53-year-old housewife and mother whose marriage has become boring and predictable.
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