Tag Archives: sounds

Summer Soundtrack

By Brenda Buchanan I’ve paid special attention to my senses when writing this summer. Regular readers of this blog might have guessed as much when I wrote in July about summer’s indelible scents. Today I want to talk about the richness of the … Continue reading

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Inspired by Eliot Pattison

John here, filling in for another member who is on the road today. If you’ve ever played an old fashioned pinball machine, the random path the ball takes during a game is akin to the way circumstances lead us to … Continue reading

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Occasional dispatches from the Maine wilderness-The 4:15 Snowplow and NANOWRIMO

  Sounds play a big part in my real and writing lives. When we moved from Chelsea to Hartland, one of my nonnegotiable conditions was that we had to have a metal roof. Our Chelsea home had suffered a fire … Continue reading

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