Tag Archives: Books
SOL19: Finding Joy in Books
It’s Tuesday. Time for the Slice of Life Community found at Two Writing Teachers. Welcome the #2019SOLCommunity. If you have followed Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram over the last week, there have been a lot of comments made about Marie Kondo’s … Continue reading
Poetry Friday: New Bridges, a haiku anthology
Thanks to Heidi at My Juicy Little Universe for heading up Poetry Friday this week. She has a terrific post on her week at PoFo Summer Poetry Teachers Institute. I’m popping in today to share some fabulous news. This anthology! … Continue reading
SOLSC17: 15/31, Some Books!
Thank you to Two Writing Teachers for holding space for us to sharing our writing every Tuesday.
SOLSC15 Day 14: Exciting News Which I Have Sat On For Months
Enjoy everyone’s slices at Two Writing Teachers. I am still figuring out the ropes of where to send poems for publication. I missed out on the earlier editions of the Poetry Friday Anthologies because of my naivety. BUT last fall … Continue reading
SOLSC2015 Day 11: Oldest Grandgirl Introduces Me to a Book
Thanks to Two Writing Teachers for a place to share our slices. So oldest grandgirl is in fourth grade. She loves movies. I surround her with books. Which she’s started but not finished any. Well, she finished those little fairy stories but … Continue reading
SOL15: in Which I Ditch a Book
Thanks to Two Writing Teachers for providing a place to share our slices. It’s not been the best year for me with my book club. I’ve either missed the meeting or haven’t finished the book. I hate not finishing a … Continue reading
SOLSC 2013: What Kind of Reader Are You?
What Kind of Reader Are You? I have been pondering this question lately. Do you want to know the backstory of the book? Do you want others to talk in hyperbole about the book? Or do you approach with wild … Continue reading
SOLSC 2013: Ebooks or Real Books
So I have these internal talks about ebooks versus real books. I have an IPad and have heard how wonderful it is to have ebooks uploaded. They are great for traveling I have been told. They are less expensive a … Continue reading
SOLSC 2013: Day 27 of 31
I am currently reading this book, Program or Be Programmed by Douglas Rushkoff. It’s the “All Vancouver Read” through the public library. At first I wasn’t sure about reading this book and the first pages were beginning to confirm it … Continue reading
SOLSC 2013: Day 26 of Day 31
Good evening slicers. If you notice on the page I have a countdown until I attend the Highlights Foundation “Where Story Meets Poetry: Writing the Poetry Novel” in April. Today received an email from them with information about the workshop. … Continue reading