Category Archives: Women’s Writing

Seasons

Seasons If I were living in a cold Western country, I would have described the weather saying that the snow is finally melting and giving way to green after a long winter. Only if the transition of seasons was that apparent … Continue reading

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“Literature is a luxury, fiction is a necessity”

“Literature is a luxury, fiction is a necessity” As I shared with you two posts ago, these days I am reading Negotiating With the Dead- A Writer On Writing by Margaret Atwood. The book is a long essay on the role of … Continue reading

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To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee- 50th Anniversary

The Mockingbird Lives On “I think there’s just one kind of folks. Folks.” -Scout Finch, To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee ♦ I summoned myself to read To Kill A Mockingbird when I was 14.  I had been an … Continue reading

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Why Nicolas Sarkozy would like to read this…

“At the age of thirteen, I knew I was destined to marry John Travolta. One day he would arrive on my North London doorstep, fall madly in love with me and ask me to marry him. Then he would convert to Islam and become a devoted Muslim.” Continue reading

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