Monthly Archives: November 2016

Everything you wanted to know about The Women Friends: Selina

Originally posted on An' de walls came tumblin' down:
In this post, I will endeavour to put all the information about The Women Friends: Selina in one place. If I forget anything, or more details become available, I will add…

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A poem

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
One thing I never get tired of is seeing something I’ve written on the printed page. So I was very pleased last night to receive this copy of The Write Path 2016 (the National Association…

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Character Building

Originally posted on Kathy Sharp:
I thought it might be interesting, this week, to explain a little more about the method of creating characters by giving ‘voices’ to inanimate objects, particularly buildings. I first learned to do this in an…

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Dictators in history: Fidel Castro

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
Having learned of the death of Fidel Castro this morning, I thought it would be timely to revisit a post I did on him last year (originally a guest post on the blog of fellow Crooked Cat author Nancy…

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Women in Traditional Corsican Society

Originally posted on Vanessa Couchman:
Corsican woman of a certain age Oppressed, subservient, insignificant? Does that accurately describe Corsican women in past times? Not always. That Corsica was a patriarchal society can’t be denied. But to portray the island’s women…

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