Have you ever gotten impatient with a descriptive passage, wondered why it seemed to go on and on, maybe skipped over part of it to get on with the story? Try to describe something at length to your friends, and it can be a conversation ender. We’ve all been there. We’re hungry for the witty dialogue … More About Those Lengthy Descriptions
One hundred fifty years ago, September 5, 1866, at 5 Chardon Street in Boston, Maria Emily Baker was born to George Melville Baker and Emily Frances (Boles) Baker. If there were an “On the Day You Were Born” greeting card back then, it could have included some of these… “Here are the headlines on the … More Happy 150th Birthday, Emilie Loring!
“A swiftly moving story of love and complication. Brooke Reyburn and Mark Trent were destined to despise each other. The will of Mark’s aunt leaves everything to the girl that rightfully belongs to Mark. Brooke settles down in the beautiful old house she had inherited.” Penn Publishing Co. But Brooke’s new house is divided down … More “With Banners” Delights on Stage