Take a look at this intriguing meditation on The Lord of the Rings: The World of the Rings Donald T. Williams on Why Peter Jackson Was Unable to Film Tolkien's Moral Tale Why do the books and the movies of The Lord of the Rings seem to be two such different worlds, not physically but in terms of … Continue reading The Difference Between Modern Film and Classic Print
No, your eyes do not deceive you, readers. This Argentinian theater was transformed into a massive book store. And it looks beautiful! Learn more about the bookstore through the article below. If you are looking for a nice, quiet place to spend the New Year, keep this location in mind. It might be just what … Continue reading A Vacation Spot for Bibliophiles and Theater-Enthusiasts
DAOwen Publications’ latest anthology, Unbound III: Goodbye, Earth is available NOW! My short story, “All the Lamps Are Lit,” is the first in the collection. You can pick it up through Amazon in either the print or Kindle format, whichever you prefer. Once again, this author wishes to offer her thanks to the editor, Mr. Douglas Owen, for this … Continue reading Bulletin – Unbound III: Goodbye, Earth – Available TODAY!!
It has been a struggle not to say anything about this anthology, readers, but it was worth the effort. In DAOwen Publications’ upcoming collection, titled Unbound III: Goodbye Earth, you will find the first story was written by me. This piece is called “All the Lamps Are Lit,” and it is one of my favorite … Continue reading Bulletin – Unbound III: Goodbye Earth, Coming Soon!
Click the link below to learn more, readers: Female Librarians on Horseback Delivering Books, ca. 1930s 1930s | November 11, 2017 In the 1930s, many people living in isolated communities had very little access to jobs, let alone a good education for their children. In Kentucky, they had isolated mountain communities which could only get … Continue reading Librarians on Horseback?
Well, readers, I managed to finish the second story for an open anthology a couple of days before the submission deadline. It is now in the editor’s inbox, and I should hear back about it sooner or later. This means that I have, in total, five short stories in play for three different anthologies, plus … Continue reading Bulletin: Short Story Complete – Now It’s Back to the Book!