The attached pages are dedicated to People, Stories and Poems that deserve special recognition.
To make access easier for those with touch screen devices, catch up with any you may have missed by scrolling through and clicking on the article links below:
IF YOU LOVE ME… a child’s plea to a parent by Marta Merajver-Kurlat
Littlest Druid celebrates Lughnassad by ElfKat
Ode to the Librarian’s Cousin by Jo Robinson
Shock and Possible Horror by Dianne Horsfield
THE MAKAPANSGAT FACE by Aura Burrows (based on an article she found online)
The Random Thoughts of a Wandering Mind by M J Jones
Untitled, Dedicated to a special friend by deb84writings
Victoria (Tori) Zigler – a Blind Author
When is a Book a BOOK by Dianne Horsfield
17 thoughts on “SPOTLIGHTS”
Visitors please go to my main page at: http://www.thestoryreadingapeblog.com to see the T C Southwell article dated 4th August 2013 🙂
…ehm! I noticed I keep writing new comments, instead of replying–but in my defense, I’m in a rush to finish a post I’m making–and YOU are in it! 🙂
Check it out at http://www.TucsonBlonde.wordpress.com in a few… I’m trying to *quickly* clean it up before I post something dastardly!
It’s great FUN chatting with you! 🙂
I’m just back from your blog Jessica (pant, pant, phew…)
THANK YOU for including this old Ape in your post 🙂
You do know that I only have four more posts to go on my poetry blog before it’s over. I had set my goal to 180 posts and just about reached it!
That’s why *we’re* naked, huh! 😛
Can you think of a better reason Jessica? 🙂
Nice idea — I have something similar on my blog: once a week Safari Friday highlights web resources that help writers and readers.
Since I started it I have been so impressed by the number of people who work hard to share information with others for no other reason than it’s good to share…
Without Storytellers, would Humans really have been here now?
Like the great Apes of Africa, they are both fierce and shy!
We editors must be delicate and spend a lot of time “observing” first, before we begin to interact and alter their *ego*.
But it’s usually well worth the patience and effort, as we both, come out of the jungle newly evolved!
You mean, with less hair after they’ve pulled it all out during the writing and editing processes?
I’ll shamelessly promote myself then, if I may:
Oh you crafty little Tucson you 🙂
10 out of 10 for the lead up to the main event 🙂
Good luck with it 🙂
This is a NEW me…
I have been seriously shy and humble to a fault all my life, but I SO enjoy coaching, editing, and writing.
And I really like working with authors!
They’re such a fantastic bunch of people… don’t you think? 😉
Congratulations on finding the new you Tucson …. 🙂
I’ve certainly learned to have even more respect for authors since I started blogging 🙂