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Adrienne Morris
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Family Saga Fiction Novelist
Family Saga Fiction Novelist

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We all have something of the orphan in us. Rejection, loneliness and the bleak reality that we die alone color some of our darker imaginings. I’ve a soft spot for fictional orphans.  As a writer I collect broken people. I give them homes in my books. They…

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What an addict says to his son.

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Salvation to all that will is nigh;

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“Any fool can criticize, condemn and complain and most fools do.” Benjamin Franklin

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The Reading Mother by Strickland Gillilan I had a mother who read to me Sagas of pirates who scoured the sea, Cutlasses clenched in their yellow teeth, “Blackbirds” stowed in the hold beneath. I had a Mother who read me lays Of ancient and gallant and…

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William sat at the back of The Buckskin and read over the letter he’d received from Thankful at Fort Grant.   Dear William, I am to be married to Lieutenant Fahy as soon as my parents come out. I would have wanted you to be here for my wedding, but I know…

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LINKS: 150 HOBBY IDEAS BROKEN DOWN BY INTERESTS AND PERSONALITY FIVE FANTASTIC HOBBIES FOR HISTORY BUFFS MY NEW HOBBY? DEVELOPING INTERESTS 9 VICTORIAN HOBBIES THAT SEEM WEIRD TODAY ***My friends and I “researching” history.  

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We tend to see men as doing and women as feeling, yet in the study sited above even when names were switched and men were feeling and women doing, readers felt they related to whomever was named Jack, not Jill.

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Originally posted on Judith Barrow:  Until the beginning of July I’ll be chatting, as I have been  over the last few months, with authors who, like me, write Family Sagas, (#familysaga) a genre that can cover many countries, years  and cultures.I am…

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