The Thorn Birds was an international success, because it spoke to our hopes, fears and aspirations regarding love. I was on the set of The Thorn Birds in 1982, and learned an unexpected lesson.
How is it for a husband, not to be home to see his children growing up? Not to be there to support their mother? Does a seaman have to come to terms with missing out?
A break away from home might just do the trick. It would help to get her life into perspective if she could see it from a distance and away from home
The last book in the Fifty Shades Trilogy and not a disappointment. Christian saying, "Ana this is what I do. I'm not usually motivated by revenge, but I cannot let him get away with this." Curious? Read more in my...
When reading “The Story of An Hour” by Kate Chopin, I found myself very intrigued by both the author and the story. This short story is full of instances and characters the mirror Kate’s own life and tell volumes...
It seems that they had nothing in common, nothing to talk about, or nothing they liked to do together. All that was left keeping together were the children. Was that normal?
How does one cope when all one’s material possessions have been taken away from you? How do you regain lost papers, passports, birth-certificates and diplomas? You start over again!
Her mental turmoil from being exposed to a sudden rush of information that made total sense was not coordinating with her day to day life. Living in two worlds started to create friction.
Writers Nora Roberts and Danielle Steel are two of the most read romance authors of our time. People love them both for different reasons and they both share readers from all walks of life. This article is meant to...
Hunting for the right home which they could also afford was a lot more difficult than they had bargained for. None of the houses she was shown held any appeal for her.