I have no published Fiction, in fact, I have very little attempted Fiction.
“Do more things that make you forget to check your phone.“Be free — Wandering Ambivert
Can’t Wait Wednesday: You know what this week needs? A little magic.Can’t Wait for … How Magicians Think by Joshua Jay — Plucked Stacks
When I was in high school, I used to keep a tiny notebook with me whenever I was reading a library book so that I could quickly jot down quotes I loved. Ray Bradbury broke me of this habit. I still remember the first time I was introduced to his work—the unsettling short piece “All […]In the Words of Ray Bradbury: Ten Quotes — Plucked Stacks
In honor of the great Ray Bradbury who died in June 2012, I’m reposting this story about what I learned from him. I was looking through my book shelves for summer reading. I picked up Ray Bradbury’s Zen and the Art of Writing: Release the Creative Genius Within You. It’s a small paperback book that […]Remembering Ray Bradbury — bleuwater
“The only way to have a friend is to be one.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson ~Today’s Quote — Chateau Cherie
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“Cagnes Landscape” by Renoir, 1910 This continues my historical-fiction story about Claude Monet and Auguste Renoir in their later years. To read from the beginning: Part 1 • Part 2 • Part 3 • Part 4 Part 5 A train brought Claude from Vétheuil to Paris, then another train in a longer journey south, releasing […]‘Claude,’ Part 5 — Dave Williams
I am in contact with Liberty University about an MA in History. Their best version is American History. My favorite time in History is Medieval History.
My favorite form of self or directed education is through the Great Books of the Western World.
What to do, what to do, what to do….