Peace, Joy, and Love

Happy Holidays from Readers Unbound. We’ll return January 8th with all new posts on the written word. Meanwhile, let’s see what some of the Masters have to say. Literature is my Utopia. Here I am not disenfranchised. No barrier of the senses shuts me out from the sweet, gracious discourse of my book friends. They […]

Navigating the Blogosphere

Probably the first time most of us heard the word blog was in the book  Julie and Julia by Julie Powell, a cooking memoir in which Powell recounts her year of attempting each recipe in Julia Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking.  The daily web log (blog) she wrote, she discovered well into her […]

The Many Hats of Elizabeth Anderson, Part 2

Continued from Part 1 An outgrowth of Elizabeth’s writing group is her work as a freelance editor. Picture her next wearing an accountant’s green eyeshades, reading my manuscript, and scribbling notes in the margin. I asked her what she looks for when she considers taking on a new project. “The primary thing I look for […]

The Many Hats of Elizabeth Anderson, Part 1

Bookseller, Executive Director of Charis Circle, Writing Group Facilitator, Freelance Editor, Novelist, Softball Player, House Remodeler, Cook, Dog Mama.   Sometimes I imagine Elizabeth Anderson as one of those Indian women who walk with perfect grace while balancing great jars of grain, or in this case hats, on their heads. Or a character out of Dr. […]