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raissa-falgui's picture
Mar.07.2014
At last Frozen and its song "Let it Go" have won their well-deserved Oscars, so now maybe Disney should start looking to improve its body of work to follow the pattern of those. I particularly hope they do work on Tangled, partly because "Rapunzel" was always one of my favorite fairy tales, but...
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Jan.23.2014
After over 700 shows one of the great pleasures I have is returning authors, in today’s case of C.S. Lakin one I have known and followed through the every growing success of not only her wonderful fairy tale fantasy series “The Gates of Heaven” but everything else she has shared with readers along...
raissa-falgui's picture
Dec.13.2013
Just saw Disney's Frozen, a film that has recaptured all the best elements of Disney films. It's magical, funny, and sweet all at once. Of all the Disney films it is definitely the most visually stunning--even to having terrific clothes. I totally wanted Elsa's slinky Snow Queen gown. The songs...
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Apr.20.2013
It was another of our one hour specials as I introduce to the audience and chat with another member of the “Class of 2K13” in the form of author Liesl (like Weasel) Shirtliff. Liesl grow up in Salt Lake City, Utah the fifth of eight children, a childhood filled with magic be it from her love of...
raissa-falgui's picture
Mar.19.2013
My daughter asked me to tell the story of "The Princess and the Pea" after seeing its title on the back of her Cinderella book. It's not one of my favorite fairy tales, as I've always found it rather simplistic and silly. Still, I gave it my best. " Once there was a prince who needed to marry a...
kristen-caven's picture
Feb.22.2013
"We searched high and low," the legend will go, "for someone who had lived a fairytale life."  Sometimes turning a creative problem on its head is the only thing that will get it unstuck. To finally get the story of my musical to flow, I let my muses convince me, a year ago, to fictionalize...
michael-thomas-ford's picture
Oct.16.2012
On the morning of her thirteenth birthday, Lily kissed her father and knew that he would be dead by nightfall. The image of his death dropped into her mind suddenly and without warning. As her lips touched his she saw behind the thin skin of her closed eyes his face, pale and wet, rising up from...
kristen-caven's picture
Mar.07.2012
Would you like to read my new novel as it unfurls? I'll soon be blogging  The Souls of Her Feet, the "back story" of my musical, in a daring act of literary performance art! How does it work? You subscribe to the blook (blog-book), and I'll publish a few pages a week, right to your e-mail...
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Jun.17.2011
The Rabbit King: Kingdom Leporidae The story of The Orphan Hare . . . who became king! Check out my new illustrated story book, The Rabbit King: Kingdom Leporidae at www.therabbitking.com. About The Book: The Rabbit King: Kingdom Leporidae begins with Hare, an orphan rabbit, alone and on his own...
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Dec.31.2010
If you are looking for nice moives to watch over the new year, maybe these will be interesting to you.  I like them a lot, The first is like an adventure-fairy tale, The Secret of Moonacre.  The movie is base on the book "The Little White Horse" by Elizabeth Goudge.  The second is plotted...