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Prompt 18 – The Ickabog by J.K.Rowling

Book: The IckabogAuthor: J.K. RowlingGenre: Fairytale/FantasyPage 18 Prompt book chosen by my daughter Miller. “Mrs. Beamish, the pastry chef, belonged to the second group.” Now, young readers, what do we know about pastry chefs who bake for kings and queens and in-betweens? We know that they have extraordinary nostrils for smelling the colour golden. We… Continue reading Prompt 18 – The Ickabog by J.K.Rowling

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Prompt 17 – The Woman of Wyrrd by Lynn V. Andrews & Yin Link

Book: The Woman of Wyrrd - The Arousal of the Inner FireAuthor: Lynn V. AndrewsGenre: Non-fiction, spiritualityPage 17, line 17Prompt chosen by me. “It felt heavy and oddly warm, as if it had just been worn.” The first word that came to my mind when I read this sentence was: Soul. (I capitalize the word… Continue reading Prompt 17 – The Woman of Wyrrd by Lynn V. Andrews & Yin Link

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Prompt 16 – Batman The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller

Book: Batman The Dark Knight ReturnsAuthor: Frank MillerGenre: comic book/noir Prompt chosen by my son, Jett (mega Frank Miller fan). “Here’s Dave with some good news, Dave?” “Thanks, Bob. I’m here on the scene outside of Windsor’s own Rose Palace, where the Rose Queen is scheduled to make her first appearance since her inauguration two… Continue reading Prompt 16 – Batman The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller

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Prompt 15 – Les Misérables by Victor Hugo & February Poetry Circle Info

Book: Les MisérablesAuthor: Victor HugoGenre: Fiction Prompt from the Hubby “He never went out without a book under his arm, and he often came back with two.” One book caused it. It wasn’t the ability to read, which was devastatingly extraordinary, and vital to his existence. In fact, when he was seven, dirty-faced and begging… Continue reading Prompt 15 – Les Misérables by Victor Hugo & February Poetry Circle Info