Tag Archives: 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

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SOLSC Day 25: One Week To Go

Thirty-one days of writing, reading, and sharing slices at Two Writing Teachers. Here it is, seven days until we finish the challenge. I made this list on day one. Decided to check in and see how I am doing with … Continue reading

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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

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SOLSC: Dear Gladstone City Council

As a child, I was a frequent flyer at the public libraries. I participated in the summer reading programs and read my way through the Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys mysteries, Bobbsey Twins, and then onto Agatha Christie books. … Continue reading

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SOLSC: Preparing for the Month Long and Thinking About a Book Gap

Two things are on my mind today: the upcoming month long SOLC, which I did last year once I discovered it. I need a daily gentle prodding which the SOLC provides. My thinking around it is to write as I … Continue reading

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