In recognition of Poetry Day, I would like to shared this blog post from my Poet's Corner blog: I've always wanted to write a sonnet. When people think of sonnets, they often think of the most famous sonnet writer of all time, Mr. William Shakespeare. But many modern poets used the sonnet as well. The sonnet is a 14 line poem, written in iambic pentameter. It's rhyming scheme is abab, cdcd, efef, gg. Sounds easy enough, right? NOT! My favorite sonnet writer is Edna St. V
The Wicked Statesmen by Paul Revere In "The Spy From Across the Sea" and its sequel "Washington's Wild Rose, my character Sarah Carrington, aka Melody Otis, tells us she and her mother stole a set of letters written by Massachusetts Colonial Governor Thomas Hutchinson. In those letters, the governor said he believed the American colonies needed to have their freedoms suppressed, and more British troops needed to be sent to quell any rebellion by the American colonists.
StartFragment In my book, "Because You're the First" Lynn, the cool teacher (and if you read the book you will find out, actually pretty evil teacher) owns one of the most most coveted muscle cars of the 1960s, a 1968 Camaro. I actually remember this car when it came out (I was eight, but I remember), it was the ultimate cool car. Everybody wanted to own it. Over the years, it has become a legend. There have been numerous songs written about it. The one I remember came out