A reader’s perspective on making hard decisions. This month Ann Etter started off the Reader’s Perspective with an awesome blog on favorites. Awesome because, well it’s Ann and everything she does is awesome, but also because she actually narrowed her extensive list of book’s read into a list of favorites!! (Check it out here!) Not… Read More Choosing a little bit of this, a little bit of that…
A reader’s perspective on the narration of life. Awhile back I wrote about discovering audio books, which is still a great joy on long car rides. I’ve even gotten Kim into the idea of spending time in the car listening to books and her lesfic list has grown considerably! It’s been fun exploring different stories… Read More I see I
A reader’s perspective on more sense than not. Thanks for joining in again! As promised I get to share my remaining two senses: taste and sight. That just feels so weird as if you can taste something just by reading about it, but it goes back to that showing not telling part of writing that… Read More Tasty visions
A reader’s perspective of feeling not reading. Ann Etter wrote a wonderful blog last week about senses (check it out here) and it made me think which one is my favorite. Kim and I are getting ready to go backpacking for the weekend and though it causes a bunch of anxiety in regards to walking… Read More All wrapped up in one
Do You Realize What You Say? This is going to be a serious blog. Again. Before delving into this idea I want to offer an opportunity to have a chuckle. Check out this Wanda Sykes video. It’s kind of relevant to what this piece is going to be about- Do you realize what you say? When… Read More Trigger
A reader’s perspective on finding connections no matter how small or random. A couple of years ago (ok maybe 15) Karin Kallmaker released a story called One Degree of Separation and it was awesome! I think most everyone has heard of the concept of six degrees of separation where everyone is somehow connected to everyone else… Read More How many degrees of separation?
A reader’s perspective on the unexpected. Ann Etter brought up an interesting point last Saturday (read it here) about when a book kind of pushes the limits of the readers comfort level. It definitely made me think. And as my random mind trolled all over the place I started thinking about that movie Deep Impact… Read More Yeah that could be wrong.