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El Diablo

Originally posted on e-Tinkerbell:
Just at the end of winter, when I thought I had escaped for once the fatal meeting with the haunting ghost of flu, there it came with its infected touch. Of course, since it was the end of the season and I was very likely one of the very last left…

Can You Find Your Way By Moonlight? If so, You’re a Dreamer! #inspiration #MondayBlogs #Irish


Originally posted on P.C. ZICK:
Welcome to Author Wednesday. We’re headed into the holiday season full blast, so I hope you’re all staying safe and sane. Today, I welcome Paulette Mahurin, the author of The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap, which has been described as a women’s Brokeback Mountain. In her latest novel, To Live Out Loud, she chronicles…

Guest classic author revisited. Oscar Wilde. And a question. Have you written a book based on a classic?

Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hi all: As you know on Fridays I bring you guest authors and books, in a shape or another, and recently I decided to start exploring classics again. As my original posts are quite old I thought it might be worth sharing some of the early ones again as many…

18 Quotes to Inspire Writers, Bloggers–Everyone.

Originally posted on ronovanwrites:
The guy that came up with the Positivity campaign has a problem as he sits here and begins typing. He needs to think of something to write about. Part of the beginning an article with an idea yet to be developed is pressure to write an article that is specifically about…

More literary insults…and this time it’s personal

Originally posted on BRIDGET WHELAN writer:
A harsh review got an equally harsh retort this week, not from the author (authors are always told to keep quiet about bad reviews), but a clearly angry man who had helped to propel the novel into the international limelight . The book is Richard Flanagan’s The Narrow Road…

Christmas stories. ‘A Christmas Carol’ and ‘The Selfish Giant’

Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hi all: Normally on Fridays I bring you new authors and books, but today, as we’re in the Christmas week, I though I’ve bring you some classics. First, Charles Dickens and A Christmas Carol: Author Charles Dickens There are many links to versions of ‘A Christmas Carol’, and many movie versions.…

Cuentos navideños. Historia (Cuento) de Navidad, de Charles Dickens y ‘El gigante egoísta’ de Oscar Wilde.

Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hola a todos: Normalmente los viernes os traigo novedades literarias y escritores invitados, pero como es Navidad se me ocurrió que quizás os apetecería algún clásico. Author Charles Dickens Charles Dickens es muy conocido por sus novelas, y su Cuento (Historia) de Navidad. Hay muchas versiones tanto en película como…

Angelic Business. WIP, NaNoWriMo and angels.

Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hi all: As you will have noticed, recently I’ve been talking to  you a bit (well, a lot) about my new novel. And I thought it was time to tell you a bit about my projects instead. A couple of years ago (give or take) I wrote the first in…

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