Recent Reviews for Meg Leigh
Sip: Coffee Kisses (Book) - 1/24/2010 4:10:44 AM|
I haven't bought this book Yet!, but will...Anything that stirrs my senses and Moves my heart I must have to read! Sounds intriguing with some geat People to know...An Adventure through soMeones daily life/Crime being this ones life..I do Like how the Arthor Writes with a Fluid style!
Blessings and Harmony,SOULFUL_PurplePassionsSHEEoxxo
The Heart Divided (Book) - 10/20/2008 7:17:45 AM
I really liked description of Abigail. Very detailed
A Tale of Two Princesses (Short Story) - 12/24/2008 6:05:47 AM
That was beautiful. I almost feel it should be required reading for certain types of religious people (the ones who, unfortunately, wouldn't get it even if they did read it.)
Anyway, thank you for writing this. I have no real critique or comments other than to say it moved me deeply.
Heart of Dust (Short Story) - 11/1/2008 6:42:36 AM
Margaret, you are a very gifted story teller. The picture you paint of the outback makes me feel as though I know it well. I have nothing to say but positive remarks. I know that doesn't help you write any better, but I hope it gives you encouragement to continue.
At the Window (Short Story) - 10/31/2008 5:25:04 AM
Love this little slice of fantasy/imagining in the midst of the daily hustle--
At the Window (Short Story) - 10/30/2008 6:27:12 PM
Nice little number you've penned, Margaret; the imagery in this is simply outstanding! BRAVA!
(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in America, Karen Lynn in Texas. :D
Heart of Dust (Short Story) - 10/29/2008 2:20:33 PM
So very sad, and probably not that unusual when people enter such an unforgiving landscape with expectations that can't actually be met. Thanks for sharing your work.
Heart of Dust (Short Story) - 10/29/2008 2:16:39 AM
Sad, melancholic write, but so very well penned! Excellent, Margaret!
(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in America, Karen Lynn in Texas. :(
Australian Shearers' Strike 1891 (Article) - 11/17/2008 8:33:15 PM
Informative article. Scab is used in the USA as well. In our country, labour unions had really rough times from the beginning of the last century until more or less the 1960s. Workers owed much to their historic struggles. Still do, though bad economic times tend to undermine many achievements the labour unions made. Will life ever be without struggle? Suppose not. Thanks for sharing.
11 Points Against Same Sex Marriage - A Considered Response (Article) - 11/15/2008 6:42:23 PM
Too many of these so-called religious ones, male and female, are the biggest hypocrites you ever laid eyes on. I grew up intimately with them. Many times some of their best friends are adulterers. Go figure! I'm not condoning anyone going against God's laws. I'm condemning, as I've done many times, these hypocrites who categorize sin and point their fingers at one or two sins and "look the other way" at other sins. Disgusting.
Editing and proofing for publication (Article) - 11/3/2008 7:24:59 AM
You are quite correct. Even using an editor paid by onself, mistakes slip through as I found with my book, Reflections from Shadow. Editing and proofreading is a vanishing skill. I only know of a few people who are expert at it - I am not one of them. Malcolm Watts