Recommended reading

Here’s what I liked best this week from the blogs I follow.

I just don’t have stories in me, not made-up ones about people who don’t exist. Amanda Hill does; they just come to her. One is coming to her now, and she’s writing it down. She writes about how it happens. Read A Writer’s Mind

Jaye Watson tells a great story about the time God tapped her on the shoulder, trying to get her attention. It worked. Read The Tap

On the 100th anniversary of World War I’s Christmas Truce, Heather Munro tells its story — of German and British soldiers meeting in tentative peace on the battlefield. Read The Christmas Truce of 1914

It was John Smith’s first 35mm camera: a Kodak Retina his father loaned him. John tells its story, and shares some family Kodachromes this camera took in the 1950s. Read The Christmas Camera

Nicholas Middleton tells the story of Dufaycolor, an early method for capturing color images on film. It dates to the 1930s. He shares some Dufaycolor images. Read Dufaycolor



5 thoughts on “Recommended reading

  1. hmunro says:

    I am once again honored to find one of my posts among such great selections, Jim. John Smith’s Christmas Camera story tugged especially hard at the heartstrings. Just beautiful. Thank you!

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