Tag Archives: Edith Wharton

Roller Coaster

“Of some new ferment at work in him Nick Lansing himself was equally aware. He was a better judge of the book he was trying to writing than either Suzy or Strefford; he knew its weaknesses, its treacheries, its tendency … Continue reading

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Playing Around

Edith Wharton used to write while lounging in her bed every morning. She would pen her pages on thick, lustrous paper and then let the pages float down to the ground all Around her. Roald Dahl did his writing ensconced … Continue reading

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Author Adventure

“In any really good subject, one has only to probe deep enough to come to tears.” “The air of ideas is the only air worth breathing.” Edith Wharton One of the most delightful gifts of writing is the chance to … Continue reading

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Read To

Remember what it felt like being read to? What a joy! My beautiful mom, Dorothy, had a lovely voice and she often read to us as kids. she read lots of different things, from Nanuck of the North (why do … Continue reading

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