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Could some ideas to deal with climate change actually damage the environment?BBC Radio による
Janet K. Baxter lives in Kings Mountain, North Carolina, and is a member of the Charlotte Writer’s Club and Scribblers, a memoir critique group. Her stories, “Horse Whispering for the Average Woman,” “Southern Blues,” “A Frank Lesson,” “Cappie, The Boomerang Horse,” and “An Angel’s Smile” have appeared in previous anthologies published by the Perso…
Learn different ways of asking for information and making requests.BBC Radio による
Learn about synonyms - words that have the same or similar meaning.BBC Radio による
Meet a singer-songwriter who used music to express her feelings of falling in love.BBC Radio による
Alexandra Goodwin is a transplant from Buenos Aires, Argentina, and as such, nourishes her soul like an air plant without apparent roots. As she works toward semi-retirement, she has taken residence in her imaginary tree house above her mango tree in Florida. She’s the author of Exchange at the Border, Whispers of the Soul, What Color is Your Haiku…
Emily Rosen lives in Boca Raton, Florida, where for over 20 years and until her recent 95th birthday, she instructed classes in memoir writing, publishing two anthologies of stories from her classes, and the book, Who Am I? For two decades and until the local weekly newspaper folded in 2021, she wrote the column “Everything's Coming Up Rosen.” Her …
Listen to Neil and Catherine discussing how to use six different English tenses.BBC Radio による
Do you know your ouch! from your ugh!? These words are called interjections.BBC Radio による
Randell Jones is an award-winning history writer. He is the editor and publisher of the Personal Story Publishing Project and host/narrator of “6-minute Stories” podcast. He lives in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.Randell Jones - voice による
We discuss whether the art of conversation is being lost in the era of social mediaBBC Radio による
Rebecca S. Holder lives in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, where she is a member of the Winston-Salem Writers. Early in her career, she wrote for corporate magazines, newspapers, and advertising agencies, but now writes for her own enjoyment. Currently she is writing a short story collection centered on the fictional town of Braidy Creek. Editor’s N…
Does Catherine buy the very expensive red dress? Listen to find out and learn more.BBC Radio による
Weird or weird? English spelling is fascinating – but it's not always straightforward!BBC Radio による
David Inserra lives on Hilton Head Island in South Carolina. He enjoys his time with his wife, Ellen, and their dog, Mindy. He is a member of the Island Writers Network and works as the Congregational Administrator at the local Unitarian Church. Having recently completed his first novel, a speculative thriller titled “In Your Own Backyard,” David i…
Hear about the workers who built the World Cup stadiumsBBC Radio による
Lois Elizabeth Hicks lives in rural Randolph County. Lois—a wife, mother, and grandmother—worked as a high school teacher and school media coordinator for many years while providing hands-on full care for an adult son paralyzed with quadriplegia after a spinal cord injury. During those years she joined a 5-member Winston-Salem writing group and beg…
How do we form questions when we want to ask about a subject or an object?BBC Radio による
Listen to Angela talk about her lucky shark escape and learn some linking words.BBC Radio による