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Contents copyright 2021 by Valerie Harms
Fishing Diary by Muriel Foster
The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady
Love Among the Butterlies by Margaret Fountaine,
Notes from a Natualist's Diary, Clarie Walker Leslie
Tracks, Roybyn Davidson
Home at Grasmere, Dorothy Wordsworth
Frist Spring, Phylllis Meras
Rural Hours, Susan Fenimore Cooper
The Flowrer and the Nettle, Anne Morrow Lindbrgh
Plant Dreaming Deep, May Sarton
Earthly Paradise, Colette
Pigrim. at Tinker Creak, Annie Dillard
These days I am helping a client produce an ebook and print book,plus cover and distribution. A complicated proces but worth it in content and contribution.
I edited her novel back in the '80s so it is extra special to have another work of hers.
I am offering counseling that addresses emotional conditions. Through short sessions on Zoom or by phone we'll talk, discuss breathing, sleep problems, food/weight, using Tarot cards or the I Ching. We'll celebrate birthdays or goals reached. We'll advise each other on staying well.
Since Covid-19 I have been editing and producing memoirs for people, plus one crime thriller. I have found a fast, meticulous printer that I love. These projects have been very satisfying to work on. I can show you what they look like online. These have been an honor to work on.
An inspiring project can be to walk the streets of your neighborhood and photograph the trees and gardens and whatever you find remarkable. Then write a journal entry about it.
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Of these three crime series, I like Peaky Blinders and Line of Duty best. Babylon Berlin is going to get mired in Nazism and cruel characters. A reader has to find characters interesting even if they are cruel as in Peaky Blinders. In Babylon they are often disgusting too. In Line of Duty I like all the main characters.
Reading Rules of Civility, A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles, I am absorbed by his command of language. It seems 19th century, sometimes slow, but precise and illuminating.
In 2015 I was part of a program with those who knew Anais Nin and spoke about those experiences. Here's the video. If you click on the description, you can search for my name, but everyone else is awesome.
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