Tag Archives: Dianne Lynn Gardner

Making Believe I can Win! NaNoWriMo

“Of all the audacity. Of all the ghastly bloodsucking insolence!” Raymond kicked a stone and watched it bounce across the sidewalk into the lonely street. “I can’t believe he did that. Right when she was cooing over another man there’s my uncle, acting like a loon! Right in front of the both of them.” Continue reading

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Day 8-Storm of Creativity-When they Stormed the Castle

Marques snuffed the lantern on his desk just as he heard the footsteps pass his den. Sharp clatter of hard heels on the marble floor, long steady stride and another quicker, shorter pair of boots. Military boots. Father was not … Continue reading

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Day 3-Storm of Creativity-Maria and the Angel

But from that day forward, Maria spoke often of the angel that she saw. She said her name was Jovita and she had hair as golden as the sun, which was unusual because everyone in the village had black hair. Continue reading

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Day 1 Challenge: A Storm of Creativity – Cassie the Project Manager

Cassie’s idea of doing a term project on revolutions that took place all over the world at the turn of the century was the best idea anyone in her class was going to come up with. There were scores of … Continue reading

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The Dragon Who Rescued the Princess

The Dragon Who Rescued the Princess A short story by Dianne Lynn Gardner In a land far away the rain is so plentiful that roses grow as high as the tower windows with long spiny branches that search for the … Continue reading

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The Marriage of Art and Literature

Throughout history, artists have continually been motivated by works of literature. Fantasy stories can leave a deep and lasting impression on people. If this weren’t so, why would master artists of the past be so inclined as to spend hours … Continue reading

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Kids Making Believe in the Summertime

Summer was my favorite time of year. Of course it was! School was out. I could sleep in. I didn’t have to wear dresses (back then we had a dress code, folks!). I could play with my friends, the sun … Continue reading

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