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muriellerites · 11M ago

More from Paul.

  Here is Part Two of Paul’s backstory from the previous post. Your comments are much appreciated.   Paul crossed Rue Saint-Joseph, normally abuzz with all the hotels, restaurants, shops, an...
muriellerites · 11M ago

Meet Paul.

Here is the first installment of my Backstories. I’m presenting  Paul in two parts because of the length–the original version was much longer. I’ll be posting part two next week. Remember th...
muriellerites · 11M ago

Backstory Battles

    I’ve decided to place my children’s writing on the back burner for now and try my hand at creating a historical fiction novel. It’s my all-time favourite reading genre since I discovered...
muriellerites · 11M ago

#FabulousFridayGuestBlogger @ThorneMoore | writerchristophfischer

Reblogged on WordPress.com Source: #FabulousFridayGuestBlogger @ThorneMoore | writerchristophfischerFiled under: On writing
muriellerites · 11M ago

Inside Historical Fiction with Greg Taylor winner of the M.M. Bennett’s award | A Writer of History

Source: Inside Historical Fiction with Greg Taylor winner of the M.M. Bennett’s award | A Writer of HistoryFiled under: On writing
muriellerites · 11M ago

Here’s your chance to get great books at half price! Mine are there too! https://goo.gl/WnQ0Vy

Source: Save Your Readers 50% Off On KWL Titles–On Us!Filed under: On writing
muriellerites · 11M ago

Review: CULLOO by Murielle Cyr — What Is That Book About

Just discovered this  review while browsing for middle-grade genres. I’m a bit late to see this since it appeared quite a while ago. Made me think that bits of us continue to exist beyond ou...
muriellerites · 11M ago

Magic Realism: Magic Realism Videos – Lois Zamora

Magic Realism: Magic Realism Videos – Lois Zamora.Filed under: On writing Tagged: Magic Realism Blog Hop
muriellerites · 11M ago

New Blog

It’s been a while… but I’ve been busy writing, reading ( second nature to me), and working on my  historical fiction blog–besides gardening, camping and making batches of soap. I certainly d...
muriellerites · 11M ago

WHY DO I WRITE?

  My son steps into my office on his way to the fridge—his favourite electrical appliance—and looks at me slouched, as always, in front of my computer. It’s where he usually finds me before ...