October is the month when leaf peepers come up to the Northeast in full force, hoping to catch vistas of gold and magenta, and all the fiery colors in between, glowing in the sunlight. Having to reproduce such colors on a canvas would be a painter’s nightmare. Jonathan Kincaid has not begun to capture the majesty of trees in full, glorious October display. Remember how they look on a bright afternoon, when the leaves appear to be not only translucent, as though the light were shining through them, but glowing with an inner fire.
October is the month when we dream of bright, toasty fires of logs we have personally stacked in a sturdy stone hearth, where we may pop corn and toast marshmallows, and spend the evening telling all the old stories, turning and twisting them to suit our mood and the audience around us.
For most of us urban dwellers, such a vision is merely a romantic dream: one that was told to us by our grandparents and their parents before them. Few of us are lucky enough to live in big old houses with real fire places and most of us are thankful that we do not have to depend on fireplaces for our heat.
But, we can still tell our stories. Keep on writing!
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How often have you had a story you burned to
tell, but could not find the words that would make it
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Writing is an art. You hire a ghostwriter to put your story together in a compelling and professional manner. I am in business to write and edit your stories, books and papers, as well as your resumes. I would not be able to stay in business if my work did not meet your needs.
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