Monthly Archives: June 2016

Revisiting a Bridge of Nostalgia

I just re-read “The Bridges of Madison County,” don’t ask me why, I guess I just wanted to look into that theme again. I have seen the movie, too. I simply needed to reconnect with it and think about it … Continue reading

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A Review of: The Roads We Take

Most of us have heard of J. D. Salinger, and the famous novel: “The Catcher in the Rye.” In fact, that novel (1951), and the author, Jerome David Salinger, who has since died (1/27/2010) at the ripe age of 91, … Continue reading

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Up for Review: “The Roads We Take”

I have met some wonderful people recently. One of those wonderful people I met online, still not a physical meeting, and that’s okay, but we’ve become fast friends because we are both writers and love to write; as well, we … Continue reading

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Confessions of an OCD Genius

Have you ever found yourself reading three or four books at once? Well, not “at once,” exactly, but taking turns, reading some of one¬†tonight, another tomorrow, and a little of yet another the afternoon, and yet another in the evening … Continue reading

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