Monthly Archives: August 2011

canadian talent

I have always thought that Anne Murray has a beautiful voice. If you think that singing for a living is an easy job think again. Anyone who has remained popular has had to work hard at it. There are many … Continue reading

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little dogs

I saw a posting the other day where she or he asked if animals have a life after death. I believe that they do and I have a story to backup my claim. It starts with Benji our cocker spaniel. … Continue reading

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thoughts

When I first started I seemed to have all kinds of ideas to write about. At first I was sitting here looking at the blank screen. I have been editing a story and my mind seemed to be a blank. This … Continue reading

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books

I have book shelves full of books. There are some I have read but there are a lot that I haven’t yet. When I see a new book on sale I often get it. This is especially true when it … Continue reading

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inspirations

Do you find it helpful to work with music or does it distract you? Music has always played an important part in my life since I was a young child. I always wanted to have the radio on when I was in … Continue reading

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stories

When I started to write Magic Garden I was thinking of an idea for a picture book. The idea came out of the time we adopted Goofie from next door. They weren’t paying that much attention to him and my oldest … Continue reading

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books versis movies

Do you think the book is better that the movie or the movie is better than the book? I think it can vary depending on the book or movie. With Anne of Green Gables I found that the made for … Continue reading

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Pets

Do you have any pets? Over the years I have had many pets all special in their own way. I have always had a preference for orange and white cats. The first orange and white cat was Ginger. It is rare … Continue reading

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Hidden Room

This is the second book in the series. The setting is a small, prairie town. In this book Bess is back in school. It is a one room school and there are four students in her class. On a field trip … Continue reading

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daydreams and stories

As children we feel free to daydream and use our imaginations to create new activities. To often these daydreams are stifled by well-meaning adults. It could be beneficial to  encourage creativity as it could be put to good use later on in life … Continue reading

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