Eye On Life Magazine

Lifestyle * Literary

Eye on Life Magazine is a Lifestyle and Literary Magazine.  Enjoy articles on gardening, kitchen cooking, poetry, vintage decor, and more.

Goose Eggs

Ginny didn’t know if it was a large pond or a small lake in the middle of the beautiful park where she had been hired right after high school to help with maintenance of the grounds. Now, however, her duties had been expanded beyond cutting the grass and weeding the unending flower beds. Now she had been tasked with collecting goose eggs from the nests around the pond. None of her co-workers envied her getting this assignment. It wasn’t as easy as it sounded.

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Inspiration Behind the book: The Midnight Mouse

Picture books for children are special, not only for the children but also for the adults who often either read them aloud or help the child read them on their own.   Let's take a look at the inspiration in writing them and the criteria for what makes a good picture book.

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Ethics In Writing Historical Fiction

Realize it or not, the minute you started writing historical fiction, like those pioneers, you chose to break the norms of the writing life that used to rule, in print and online. You left behind all you thought you knew about writing fiction, and ventured out into a new world of responsibility to the past in act of global magnitude. You joined a community of unlikely incomparable people from all walks of life, from all parts of the globe in working towards ethics in historical fiction.

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Review - The Portrait of A Lover by John Wheatcroft

Is unrequited love so much better than real love?  Is it destined to be perfect, simply because the traditional view of a love affair never actually began?  Is its perfection found in that it also never ends, leaving the possibility forever open?  John Wheatcroft's "Portrait of a Lover" will ask you those questions and more.

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