I love Garfield. And, I love Little Golden Books. With all the Little Golden Books I have, this is my first Garfield one. The other book is a 1950 book filled with 15 short stories.
I'm not very good at writing short stories, so I thought this might be a good book to buy. Maybe reading these famous authors' short stories will help me learn how to write a good one. There are short stories by Thomas Hardy, Stephen Crane, Ernest Hemingway, Dylan Thomas, Anton Chekhov, William Sansom, Nathaniel Hawthorne, James Joyce, Guy De Maupassant, Kay Boyle, Sarah Orne Jewett, Alun Lewis, D. H. Lawrence and Eudora Welty.
We picked up the May Two-Lane Livin' magazines in Mineral Wells while we were running around. Aren't those baby birds on the front cover just the cutest?
My article is on page 16.
And, I was surprised to see on the reader's page a poem sent in by my neighbor. I told his wife that she was living with a poet and didn't know it. (Sorry, but I just had to say that).
And, I am happy to say that my online PB critique group is up and running. There are 7 of us and I am enjoying critiquing and getting critiqued! It is a very learning experience.
Have you bought any good books lately? Or been critiquing any manuscripts?
Posted by Janet Smart at Creative Writing in the Blackberry Patch.
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