Tag Archives: literature
It doesn’t happen often that a character pulls at my emotions as much as John Williams, Stoner, did. The ending was so painful I had to close the book before it was finished, and come back to it a few … Continue reading
Markus Zusak’s historical novel, The Book Thief, is a heart-wrenching rendition of a sad and shameful era in human history. It’s the story a young German girl, Liesel, who discovers the power of the written word. She first becomes a … Continue reading
Today was a day of great sadness for my family. We had to take the heart wrenching decision to let Fidel, our faithful Sheepdog, depart to another world. It was her time and we had to come to terms with … Continue reading
Head twisted backwards peering down inside this latest formless-shape shoving bones blood paths any anything sticky aside keeping them as landmarks in case. McRites Press … Continue reading
Poem in me a shimmy of a plucked guitar vein ripples my skin the unborn bird thumps against its shell. McRites Press … Continue reading
To read… in light of Zoe Brook’s Magic Realism Blog Hop. If I Could Live My Life Over Again By Jorge Luis Borges.
Super article as part of Zoe Brook’s Magic Realism Bog Hop! Jorge Luis Borges On Writing Short Stories: El Zahir.
After Wade’s disappearance, cries came in the night, loud infant cries jolting Ari out of sleep. She stumbled to each room of her condo, trailing the piercing wails; certain each time she had at last discovered where they came from. … Continue reading
New ebook for 8-12 year olds about the importance of family roots. Review it on Kobo and on Goodreads http://www.kobobooks.com/search/search.html?q=9780991794003