Greg & Jackie’s tale of love + magic!
I watched the movie Broken Blossoms and read the story by Thomas Burke (The Chink and the Child.) Now, I want to find the book called Lime house Nights: Tales of Chinatown. It is a short story collection written by Thomas Burke himself. Can anyone please tell me if the book is still available or out of print. I would love the book to go with my reading list.
After I watched Broken Blossoms and read The Chink and the Child, I was haunted by a short story that I’ve written long ago that has some what of a modern day similarly to it. The story was called Jackie’s Dragon.
With Broken Blosoms/The Chink and the Child, the releationship is between an adult Chinese man and a twelve year old child named Lucy. In Jackie’s Dragon, the relationship is between two children. A Twelve year old boy and a ten…
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Just one ‘bad move’ note!
In fact, they didn’t know Mr. Burr that well.
They had green faces and eyes.
Raymond Burr was a mulatto and had two brothers and two sisters. One of them was his twin sister.
Burr’s father was a Black African and his mother was a white Irish woman with red hair.
Raymond’s family lived on a farm. Raymond’s parents believed in the importance of a good education for their five children.
Raymond Burr liked to pull pranks on his family during Halloween.
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The difference between a blog and a contest is that whatever you place on your blog , you win or lose. If it’s a good blog, you’ll win with a legion of fans; if it’s a plain blog that no one is interested in, then you lose your fans.
I’ve learned the hard way when it comes to blogging. I have been a blogist for a year. Out of the 176 post I’ve posted on my blog, I’ve only receive three replies. I try my best to keep going. As I also learned, blogging is not easy at all.
I treat blogging as a contest. Sometimes I have to think about what to write on my blog and hope that the devotees fans of my site will like what I post. My e-novel ‘Such Sweet Sorrow’ was a flop and I had to put it on hiatus, a few…
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