Monthly Archives: October 2008

Time to Write That Novel?

It’s that time of year again. No, I don’t mean Halloween/Samhain. I mean NaNoWriMo–National Novel Writing Month. It is the time of year when crazy writing-type people try to write a 50,000 word novel during the month of November. I’ve … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mr. Darcy Presents His Bride

It may come as a bit of a surprise, but I am a huge Jane Austen fan.  Reading about Mr. Darcy, the various Janes, Emma, and all the rest makes me long for the days when it was “… a … Continue reading

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Vote, Damn It!

Yesterday I spent some time writing an entry about the upcoming elections in Canada and the U.S., and the ongoing stock market and banking collapse. But, after sleeping on it, I figured that no one really gives a damn what … Continue reading

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Homes for Childhood

I was reading something the other day that got me thinking about my childhood home.  Actually, it would be more accurate to say it got me thinking about how I don’t really associate any of the houses I’ve lived in … Continue reading

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Book Review: Balance Training by Karon Karter

Exercise books are difficult to review.  The results one sees from the exercises presented in a book is a subjective thing, as is the level of enjoyment received.  And, when I am looking for an exercise book or DVD, I’m … Continue reading

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