All posts for the month March, 2014

The Chink and the child/ Jackie’s Dragon

Published March 15, 2014 by ladyserenity92

Greg & Jackie’s tale of love + magic!

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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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The Truth about Raymond(Part One)

Published March 15, 2014 by ladyserenity92

Just one ‘bad move’ note!

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You must always tell the truth about people. Even about angels. For angels like you for standing up for them. I’ve been talking about the late Canadian actor Raymond Burr for two years now. Everything I’ve said about him was true as a blue sky. Mr. Burr has always told the truth even after his death from AIDS. The reason why was because people made up lies about him.

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

Published March 8, 2014 by ladyserenity92

Most Shocking!

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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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3 Years, 4 Months

Published March 8, 2014 by ladyserenity92

3 years and 4 months ago, a wise teacher told me all about the joys of blogging.

I decided to take up a blogging class at the public library.

At first it wasn’t easy.

But when I started dabbing into the ‘blogging world’,

it turned into the most unexpected love of writing.

The most wonderful gift that I received from the class was this blog.

After all these years of hard work.

I’m still going!

What will be on the menu this time?

I still think about that one goth girl who smiled at me on the bus.

Seeing is believing.

Go for broke!

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