Category: Ray Bradbury

The Halloween Tree by Ray Bradbury

“The town was full of trees. And dry grass and dead flowers now that autumn was here. And full of fences to walk on and sidewalks to skate on and a large ravine to tumble in and yell across. And the town was full… Continue Reading “The Halloween Tree by Ray Bradbury”

Writing On Writing

2016 was what I had planned to be, or hoped would be, my “year of writing.” One year to welcome many future years. I think I shouldn’t have included that second verb, hoped, after my original one, planned. This is part of the self-doubt… Continue Reading “Writing On Writing”

Reviews: The Earlies, Part 7

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen Intelligent, witty, wry.. very enjoyable – though I think I still prefer one of her earlier novels, Northanger Abbey. While Pride and Prejudice is constructed and delivered, it lacks the brazen satire and social commentary (or condemnation) from… Continue Reading “Reviews: The Earlies, Part 7”