A had a very late start to writing today. The morning began with warm sunshine and the front patio was very inviting. So, we decided to have our toasted fruit load, tea, and coffee outside. Plenty of bees buzzing and bird singing as the aroma of the lavenders, guems, verbenas, daises, and hydrangeas provided a peaceful backdrop.
So, who was born on this date in history? Let’s find out who in the writing world was born on July 12th. (Compliments of http://www.onthisday.com/today/birthdays):
Henry David Thoreau, American naturalist and pacifist (Walden Pond); N.G. [Nikolay Gavrilovich] Chernyshevsky, Russian philosopher (What Is to Be Done?); Abraham Goldfaden, Russian-born Jewish poet and playwright (Shulamis); William Osler, Canadian physician and author (circulatory system); Stefan George, German lyric poet (Algabal); Max Jacob, French poet and writer; Han Yong-woon, Korean Buddhist reformer and poet; Ludwig Rubiner, German poet and essayist; Bruno Schulz, Polish writer (The Street of Crocodiles); Fjodor Godunov-Tcherdynchev, Russian poet (Life of Tchernyshevsky); Pablo Neruda, Chilean poet (Residence on Earth-Nobel 1971; Johanna Moosdorf, German writer (Next Door); Beah Richards, American actress, poet, playwright and author (Roots, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner); Pierre Berton, Canadian author (War of 1812); James E. Gunn, American sci-fi author (The Listeners, Station in Space, Immortal); Donald E. Westlake, American author (The Hunter); Voja Antonić, and Serbian inventor and writer.
Recognize anyone? I sure did–Henry David Thoreau. Whether you recognize anyone on the list or not, if today’s your special day I hope you have a great one and many more to follow!
My Work in Progress
This week I concentrated on Xavier Sear: Angola, and completed chapters twenty-seven and twenty-eight. Both have been posted to the two online subscription writing sites I use. As of today, there’s been 345 chapter reviews, an increase of twenty-three.
Next week, I’ll include another snippet from the story.
I also continued working on A New Home: New World Revolution Book 1. Not too much written this week, but I spent over fifteen hours doing research in preparation for writing chapter twenty-six. So far, the story has received 142 chapter reviews.
Since it’s late in the day, I’ll stop here and hope to bring a fuller post next Sunday. If you have any suggestions for a topic you’d like to read about, please let me know. Until the next time, thank you for reading and hope you drop in again.
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