"Required reading" for today's smart writer.

"Required reading" for today's smart writer.
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Friday, December 8, 2017

The 3 R's Series Rocks More Writing Leads & Reads!



RECOMMENDED READS ACROSS THE WEB...


How to turn new clients into repeat customers


Choosing a Domain Name for your blog


Become a successful International Freelance Writer


Seeing Beauty in Today's World


5 Savvy ways to make Money with your blog


When is it okay to Write about Personal Stuff?

RESOURCES


Writers Helping Writers
 https://www.dailyblogtips.com/the-blog-post-checklist/

Writers' Workshops, Conferences & Programs

 https://www.newpages.com/classifieds/writing-programs-events

Chicago Writers Association*Let's Just Write!

http://www.chicagowrites.org/writers-conference/

REVIEW



FOUR CHRISTMASES



While browsing the vast selection of titles at one of my local video outlets, I came across a movie that definitely had promising potential. This flick featured Vince Vaughn (of which I am a huge fan). 
And it offered a bonus of a fun holiday theme.
How could I go wrong, right?

Read on. 
In the true spirit of couple-dom, Reese Witherspoon and Vaughn end up making the rounds to visit a quartet of relatives for Xmas (hence the title)-- once their exotic vacation plans fizzle out.
In the process, they find their resilience (and commitment) tested through kin-folks who fail to understand the meaning of boundaries and good taste.

Though the storyline was cute and relate-able, it really didn't deliver. 
The "funny" felt forced, and so it ultimately fell short for me.  

In all fairness, there were a few funny scenes and interesting moments, but overall, I wasn't impressed. So, unfortunately I'm gonna have to rate this movie 2.5 stars out of 5.


This wraps up this edition of Pen and Prosper's 3R's series.
Thanks for reading, folks.

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Feel free to share your thoughts and comments.


7 comments:

  1. As always, you deliver! Thanks for all you do, Jennifer. May your days ahead be prosperous and happy.

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    1. Lin,

      I do it for readers like you. Much appreciation.
      The same to you, hon.

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  2. Jen, thank you for the links. They look promising. :) Thanks also for the review. Hope the rest of your weekend goes well!

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    1. Karen,
      You are very welcome.
      I think you'll find some tips and tools to move you forward in your creative career. Thanks for stopping by today.

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  3. Too bad about the movie. I enjoy Reese Witherspoon. At least there were some fun scenes!

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    1. Clee,

      There was nothing wrong with her role or portrayal; it was more in the script and development of the movie.
      Thanks for adding to the mix here.

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    2. One of my favorite movies of Reese's is Man in the Moon. It is an oldie but goodie.

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