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Today’s editing tip (and let’s remember that editing is just a stage of writing) is about the resource books that can help you write better sentences and paragraphs. Everyone can use that kind of help – even those of us … Continue reading →
Happy Valentine’s Day, 2013! I originally planned a follow-up post on the effects of fiction on our human psyche (see original post here), then realized that it’s a holiday, one that, in my house, thankfully, is not fraught with expectations … Continue reading →
J.R.R. Tolkien‘s first book, The Hobbit, was published 75 years ago this month. Ethan Gilsdorf discussed it yesterday in the Boston Globe in his piece “Bilbo Baggins will save us all.” Whether you read it or not, The Hobbit arguably … Continue reading →
“Reading is everything. Reading makes me feel like I’ve accomplished something, learned something, become a better person. Reading makes me smarter. Reading gives me something to talk about later on. Reading is the unbelievably healthy way my attention deficit disorder … Continue reading →
Okay, I got the idea for this post from The Writer’s facebook post which got it from a post by HuffPost Books. It’s quite simple, really. What book or books could you never manage to finish? I checked out some … Continue reading →
I’m starting to see all the lists for “summer reads.” The Boston Globe did reviews on four yesterday that appeal to me, especially those by Alix Ohlin, an author I haven’t read yet. I think I’ll start with her short … Continue reading →