Tag Archives: England

Winter pleasures in Seattle

Although I find my time for reading and writing has decreased before winter break, once we are headed toward New Year’s, I expect to dip into many exciting new books and re-visit some old friends too. On my list for … Continue reading

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Stuck? Write a blurb.

Ever feel like you are stuck in the never-ending middle of your novel?  Feel like you’ve been following a plot idea that has become a dead-end?  I am trying to head toward the exciting conclusion, the third act of my … Continue reading

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A step into London’s past: Three Victorian Houses and a palace

London is one of those places where you can nearly step into the past.  But sometimes the past is getting a dose of modern that interferes with the process.  As a writer, I was determined to get a sense of … Continue reading

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Exploring the bookstores of London, England

What is it about undiscovered bookstores?  There is the familiar comfort upon seeing old favorites on the shelf, and then there is the anticipation of finding a new treasure, maybe one to unlock an understanding of the country you are … Continue reading

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