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#916221 added July 28, 2017 at 1:58pm
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Living Through Reading and Writing
Prompt: What lives have you lived through reading and writing?

I have lived through the Medieval times with Marie Antionette, Henry the VIII's wives, my own fictional Princesses in my reading and written stories. I have written about Camelot, Princess Diana and Kate and William.

I have read and written stories about the "Twilight" series and remember being in Washington State when I was a kid. I have written about Translyvania, vampires and read stories about them as well.

My Great Grandma was full blooded Cherokee and died before I was born but I like to think she helped write my Native American stories and poems.

I have read and written about England. I have read Jane Austen novels and written items about her and her Pride and Prejudice characters.

I have written poems about nature, unicorns and romance. I have written fantasy items about fairies and pirates, blog entries about my life and entered Blog Challenges about Harry Potter and music. I have my own Prince Challenge Contest I have done. I have also written religious items. I have written about teddy bears and they take me back to my childhood. I have written about Halloween and Christmas and I like remembering fun Halloween days and treasured Christmas times.

Reading and writing can take us anywhere. I am thankful for them.

Beautiful lawn image of Jane Austen and her book with flowers and a silhouette.

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