Tag Archives: women’s fiction

Once again: Men write classics, women write junk

Get our your shovels, ladies. There’s some deep manly stuff to wade through, here. Whereas we girl writers produce mere romance novels, Nick Sparks writes timeless melodrama (as described by a fellow man,) which can be weighed in classic terms … Continue reading

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THE MERMAIDS OF KISSMEE WOOMEE

An excerpt from a work in progress — the 1960’s story of a Florida girl who found love, lost it and became a legend in the world of a mermaid theme park. Light. Water. Magic. The audience made a wavy … Continue reading

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