Monthly Archives: June 2015

Using Backstory Effectively

Originally posted on Kristen Lamb's Blog:
All righty. So we have been discussing “flashbacks” and I have been working hard to pull this blanket term apart because not everything that shifts back in time is the dreaded “training wheel…

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This Little Light

Originally posted on THE RED KIMONO:
Quilt that hangs over the altar at United Church of Santa Fe I’m ashamed to admit I considered not going to church with my father on Father’s Day. I can weasel out a bit…

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Indian Head Pennies and a Dollar Haircut

The highway to Durham, Arkansas, and beyond, is known as the Pig Trail. It is a favorite route for those heading south to Little Rock. Despite that, it is narrow and winding with no shoulders and deep wide ditches on … Continue reading

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Deep P.O.V. Part One—What IS It? How Do We DO It?

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Image via Flickr Creative Commons, courtesy of FromSandToGlass Writing is like anything else. The trends and fashions change along with the audience. For instance, Moby Dick spends an excruciatingly long time talking about whales,…

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Keeping Memories

Me on Grandparent’s farm 1940 I’ve noticed something peculiar about approaching 80 years of age. More and more I dredge up memories and spend time in the past. I remember when my mother-in-law told me, as she aged she lived in … Continue reading

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