Book Review: Thanks for the Memories – By Cecelia Ahern

Thanks for the Memories by Cecelia Ahern adheres to her usual style with elements of magic and love in the story, but what really made this book stand out for me was the humor and the twist near the end. Synopsis: How can you know someone you’ve never met? Joyce Conway remembers things she shouldn’t. She knows about tiny cobbled streets in Paris, which she has never visited. And every…

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Going Old School: Writing longhand

Welcome to Writers’ Uni-Verse-City (or WUVC for short because every university has an acronym), a place where writers/bloggers can meet to discuss the craft of writing in the Internet age. WUVC will involve independent research, setting a curriculum and hopefully finding other participants (like you – readers/bloggers/writers) to: chip in, give tips, suggest books and other materials for study, teach me the ways of the warrior writer, and offer to guest post here at…

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Book Review: The Gift by Cecelia Ahern

The Gift by Cecelia Ahern is sometimes marketed as a Christmas story, but it is only at the end of the novel where this time of year comes into play so if you’re reluctant to pick it up outside of December, I can tell you its ok for other seasons too. Synopsis: Lou Suffern puts the “busy” in businessman. He often wishes he could be in two places as once…

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When in Ireland…buy books from thy favorite Irish authors

Welcome to Writers’ Uni-Verse-City (or WUVC for short because every university has an acronym), a place where writers/bloggers can meet to discuss the craft of writing in the Internet age. WUVC will involve independent research, setting a curriculum and hopefully finding other participants (like you – readers/bloggers/writers) to: chip in, give tips, suggest books and other materials for study, teach me the ways of the warrior writer, and offer to guest post here at…

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Book Review: Where Rainbows End by Cecelia Ahern

If you haven’t heard the saying “there’s gold at the end of the rainbow” then it might help make sense of the title “Where Rainbows End” by Cecelia Ahern. Probably as is likely true for most North Americans, I heard about Cecelia Ahern from the movie “P.S. I love you”, which now holds a spot in the top two of my favorite chick flicks. I like to read books and then…

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