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Elizabeth's Women: The Hidden Story of the Virgin Queen by Tracy Borman,

The Virginia Woolf Blogfrom The Virginia Woolf Blog

Virginia Woolf: The Morley College Teacher

Virginia Woolf: No hay barrera, cerradura ni cerrojo que puedas imponer a la libertad de mi mente


quite content.

Or something more like "quite content with his job as a blacksmith"... Blacksmith, or maybe he's a private introvert guy who loves being a hunter and trapper and why not be happy alone doing what you love? He doesn't want to be in charge of so many peoples' welfare, he's good with just him, his horse, and his dog.

Flavorwirefrom Flavorwire

Spirited Photos of Authors Getting Boozy

Carson McCullers. Her 1940 debut novel, The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter, still stands as a classic of Southern Gothic literature.

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Agatha Christie

Agatha Christie ~Repinned Via Eileen Till

The Red Queen-Another good historical fiction. About Margaret Beaufort, Henry VII mother. She is not portrait as a very nice person...rather conceiving.

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If You Like 'Downton Abbey' You'll LOVE These Books

“You must save what you can of your life; you musn't lose it all simply because you've lost a part.” ― Henry James, The Portrait of a Lady, 1881

Developing character is essential in writing. A reader has to connect and understand a character, which happens when the writer creates a vivid portrait of the character. To do so, the writer has to understand and know more than just the physical characteristics.

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My Book Club Read 200 Books. These Were Our Favorites

My Book Club Read 200 Books. These Were Our Favorites | Suzanne Fernandez Gray

Salonfrom Salon

A Southern Gothic legend is hard to find

Flannery O’Connor, “Whenever I’m asked why southern writers have a penchant for writing about freaks, I say it's because we're still able to recognize one.” Photo: Flannery in front of her self-portrait with a peacock / She died in 1964 from Lupus at age 39.

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18 Journals That Will Give Your Brain A Workout

642 Tiny Things To Write About by The San Francisco Writers’ Grotto | 18 Journals That Will Get Your Creative Juices Flowing

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“In this world, there are things you can only do alone, and things you can only do with somebody else. It's important to combine the two in just the right amount.” ― Haruki Murakami

American illustrator Eloise Wilkin..She is remembered for illustrating the classic Little Golden Books. She used her own family as models for her characters..her art popped off pages in ways in which words were almost unnecessary. She passed away on October 4, 1987. With her pet pit bull.