Tag Archives: Classics

A Writer’s Imagination by Tara Randel

One of the fun things about being an author is creating the world my characters live in. World-building is a must in plotting a book, whether it’s an elaborate, epic fantasy or a fictional town nestled in the mountains where … Continue reading

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A Taste for a Classic

I recently finished reading a book by Daphne Du Maurier, who was one of my favorite authors while I was growing up. In my adolescent years I went through a definite “dark” phase where anything classically gothic appealed to me—with … Continue reading

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When Childhood Stories Grow Up by Julie Arduini

I’m late to the party but my new binge watching hobby has been Once Upon a Time. I’m fascinated by the way the writers have taken beloved fairy tales and classic stories and put a modern spin on them. For … Continue reading

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Wuthering Heights and Other Tragic Tales posted by Maureen Lang

Last month I read the Emily Bronte classic, Wuthering Heights. This was actually my second attempt at reading this particular novel. My first try was several decades ago, when I was a young teenager. I recall not really being engaged … Continue reading

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