Tag Archives: JK Rowling

Do Authors Realize Their Talent by Gerri Brousseau

On Tuesday night while channel surfing I happened upon part two of a PBS program about the life of Mark Twain. I have been to the Twain house in Hartford, Connecticut, so even though I hadn’t seen part one of … Continue reading

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Hold Onto Your Dreams by Gerri Brousseau

When I read Toni Kelly’s blog yesterday about dreams, it got me to thinking about something that really happened to me and I wanted to share this strange story with you.  Not so many years ago, and as many of … Continue reading

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REJECTION by Gerri Brousseau

Since childhood we have been conditioned to accept rejection.  As children we were told “No” countless times.  Do you recall when, as a child, you asked if you could go to a movie with your friends or perhaps if you could … Continue reading

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I Think I Have a Bad Case of “Whatchamacallit” by Debralee Mede

Imagine this:  A most evil, malignant and immortal wizard who throughout his villainous reign has plagued some with fear by acting like a “raging psychopath and sadist deriving pure amusement by inflicting pain on others.”  He does so without remorse: … Continue reading

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