Author Archives: Léa

About Léa

A wanderer who has found home and herself in the South of France.

Originally posted on Sofia Kioroglou : Patiently yours, Nietzsche It smells like winter. The hot tea is steaming in the mug Peter got from Hong Kong on his last visit, along with a pinkish scarf. I am anxious to see…

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Submitting to journals: the Jo Bell method

Originally posted on The Bell Jar: Jo Bell's blog:
? [This article is now taught as part of the Open University’s Creative Writing MA, and I’ve had many many messages to tell me that people have increased their publication record,…

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When you are not writing…

by Diane Laney Fitzpatrick I know, it sounds like a lame excuse, doesn’t it? “It’s not that I’m not writing. It’s just that I’m thinking about my next chapter while I play this game of Solitaire on my phone. With … Continue reading

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Creating an Anti-Hero – From The Maltese Tiger blog

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
Creating an Anti-Hero Date: January 13, 2018Author: themaltesetiger0 Comments This week I want to talk about anti-heroes. In this morally ambiguous time, it’s no longer popular to write about classic heroes who are purely good and righteous.…

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Endings, beginnings …

This gallery contains 5 photos.

Originally posted on bruises you can touch:
A few months ago, I was driving to see a client, and as I always do when I’m on the Inner City Bypass, I quickly looked to my left where the Royal Children’s Hospital…

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Aristotle´s Nichomachean Ethics: “Three Types of Friendship” (Based on Utility, Pleasure and Goodness).-

Originally posted on La Audacia de Aquiles:
♠Aristotle´s Nichomachean Ethics: “Three Types of Friendship” (Based on Utility, Pleasure and Goodness): _________________________________________________________________________________________________ In Book VIII of “The Nichomachean Ethics”, Aristotle makes reference to three kinds of friendship. 1) The first is…

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You have a treat in store…

Today’s team review is from Robbie, she blogs here Robbie has been reading Donkey Boy and other stories by Mary Smith Mary Smith’s collection of short stories are a real treat. Each story deals with a complex set of … Continue reading

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Writing the Hook

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
The setting is Valles Marineris on Mars Well, In the last few days I’ve been going over several often diametrically opposed scenarios for my new science fiction novel in my mind. I have…

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Office Mix

I first met Office Mix a few years ago, before I had the required Office 2013 or higher. I loved the demo I watched, cried a bit that it wouldn’t work for me, and then forgot about it. Now that … Continue reading

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“Backward Glancing on a Tehran Street” and other poems by Lynda Tavakoli

Originally posted on Poethead; a poetry site:
Game On In Syria the shooters choose themes for target practice, a living video game of entertainment for the week. On Saturday it’s chins – anything below the nose, above the neck, and…

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