1. “Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again.” The opening line to Daphne du Maurier’s most famous novel, Rebecca is one of the great opening lines in English fiction. In one stroke, du Maurier establishes the voice, the locale, and the dream-like atmosphere of the story. – The Strand Magazine Nothing can beat… Continue reading 10 Memorable Opening Lines from the Classics
Posted for Becca’s Sunday Trees.
As writers, we string together words and put our hearts and souls into them so that we may find catharsis and resonance. We have the ideas. We have the words. We know what we want to write but do we sit down and write? Are there not times when we hit the block, or times… Continue reading 5 ways to Greater Creativity
Book Review of the second book in the Tom Thorne Series.
How to move on with grace and peace.
These trees are in bloom, all over the town.
I clicked these on a morning walk around the neighborhood.
Branches laden with flowers.
A closer look.
Thanks to Becca for the opportunity to share these pictures.
Friday Listicles : how to be happier without really working towards it.