Author Archives: Léa

About Léa

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

Wednesday’s words to ponder… if you dare.

“Those who manipulate the unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country. We are governed, our minds molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested largely by men w have never heard … Continue reading

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Start Writing Fiction: A Free Online Course Starts 3 September — Aerogramme Writers’ Studio

Start Writing Fiction is a free online course offered by The Open University. The eight-week program focuses on a skill which is central to the writing of all stories and novels – creating characters. Participants will… The post Start Writing … Continue reading

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L’amour – Creed of Greed

Once again, a challenge from friends at fandango: https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/79388113/posts/1958222579  This may not have been the intended response but where the muse directed.  “It is the logic of consumerism that undermines the values of loyalty and permanence and promotes a different … Continue reading

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EFFERVESCENT INGREDIENTS – Marilyn Armstrong

Originally posted on Serendipity – Seeking Intelligent Life on Earth:
I should be peppy and lively. I should be able to find the ingredients to get the laundry done, to go take a few pictures. Something. I’m too beat up…

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#writephoto — Zero Tolerance: A Parable — This, That, and The Other

Dorothy and her dog, along with her three traveling companions, were making the hazardous journey through the land of Oz heading toward the legendary Emerald City, which they were told was a welcoming land of opportunity just on the other … Continue reading

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Happy National Book Lovers Day — bluebird of bitterness

Yes! I can so relate to this post. I couldn’t resist a reblog. HAPPY BOOK LOVERS DAY! via Happy National Book Lovers Day — bluebird of bitterness

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Awaiting a Verdict

Originally posted on Frank Parker's author site:
Neither of my previous books has been subjected to independent, professional editing. Everything I’ve ever read about how to succeed as a writer tells me this is a mistake. My aversion to…

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One-Liner Wednesday — Home of the Brave

Originally posted on This, That, and The Other:
“This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave.” Reporter and Peabody Award Recipient Elmer Davis I found out about this…

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Open letter to all Leaders – Time’s up

Originally posted on Annas Art – FärgaregårdsAnna:
If you wanna spread this letter, you are welcome to share it worldwide. Tag it with #timesup if you want. If you want to make a translation of the text to…

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Barbarians — Dark Matter

I’m not worried about the long run with these barbarians. They give off the whiff, the white heat of desperate knowledge. They know they’re done. It may take twenty or thirty years, hundreds or thousands of dead for that to … Continue reading

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