Rebecca's PenThe creative works of R.E.W.

About R.E.W

I am author, artist, history buff, wishing to share these three passions of mine with anyone who cares to read this blog. The main drive between these three deep interests of mine is imagination.

History isn't just people and events in a dusty book. Writing isn't just words in a tome. Art isn't just random images in a photograph, sketch or painting. I'll give you examples of what they really are.

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This past midsummer’s dream

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This year, I’ll paint my masterpiece This year, I’ll be recognized I can feel like I’ll fall in love for real This year, this year (I am not sure about … Continue reading

Reflections, among other things

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Five days left. Five days left out of a summer that was both dizzying, long, and mind-awakening. I think every summer has a different flavor, a different fragrance, a different … Continue reading

Tour of the domus-Part I

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Wherein you are led on a virtual tour of my lair, in the Williams’ home. I thought that it was about time to share my dwelling with those yet unfamiliar. … Continue reading

Triumph somewhere ahead

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  There’s been a challenge over at another writer’s site to finish a goal by the end of July. I’m altering it to the end of August. 100,000 words. Can … Continue reading

Literary Offenses

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_Mark Twain knew how to critique! It is intimidating to think of him evaluating my work, though I daresay it would be extremely helpful. Twain’s essay on Fenimore Cooper’s Literary … Continue reading

A critique

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Busyness. What can I say? But life is beautiful. Beautiful. And it is all so intriguing, every new bend, every passing week brings a fresh vale of life, and with … Continue reading

Feverish

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Yep. That’s right. Being feverish, I mean. It’s one of those days (emphasize those) when everything feels awry–in the wake of full-force ague–in archaic parlance. Headaches. Feverishness. Overall And in … Continue reading

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