Historical/Literary Facebook – Jane Eyre by Stephanie Stamm

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Jane Eyre posts to Facebook via author Stephanie Stamm. From a blog post on Writing Wranglers and Warriors. So interesting!

Writing Wranglers and Warriors

Steph_2 copy (2)A couple of weeks ago, I participated in a teen writing workshop with a local organization called Read and Write Kalamazoo (RAWK). The workshop ran from Monday through Friday, 1:00 – 5:00. On Tuesday, I facilitated a session on rants and emotion personification, but I was there every day. So I got to know the students and wrote and shared responses to the prompts along with them.

We had some great prompts. One of the first was to write a series of Facebook posts for a historical or literary figure. I chose Jane Eyre, because the novel has been a favorite of mine for years. (And I’m not alone. See K. M. Weiland’s recent guest post on Jonathan Gunson’s blog on how to make a book un-put-down-able. Weiland uses Jane Eyre to illustrate her points.) I was so taken with the assignment that I decided to finish my piece and publish it…

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Author of Fearless Fiction, L.Leander is an author, freelancer and songwriter. She says she credits her love of singing to her father, and her artistic talents to her mother, who was a painter. Both loved to read and write poems and short stories. "Nothing makes me as happy as curling up with a good book, or my guitar," Ms. Leander says. INZARED, QUEEN OF THE ELEPHANT RIDERS is the author's first novel. She is currently working on the sequel and a non-fiction series.

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