Eileen Schuh
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I need a teacher's perspective on children's lit
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I'm writing a column for PopSyndicate on Childrens' Literature, past, present and future.  I'd like the perspective of someone currently involved in their profession, teaching children ages 10-15.  I…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Charles Breckenridge Mar 16, 2010.


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Tofield, Alberta
About Me:
I am now the published author of four books. THE TRAZ, THE TRAZ School Edition, and my latest release, FATAL ERROR are all psychological thrillers in the crime genre. (Bikers vs cops on the Canadian prairie...and a 13-year old girl.) SCHRÖDINGER'S CAT is an adult SciFi novella with crime elements (parental abduction across two universes).
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Reader, Writer
Books And Authors I Like:
Theresa de Valence, Cheryl K Tardif, Jan Markley

I write crime fiction but love reading true crime, especially Anne Rule.

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At 2:05pm on June 20, 2010, Copper Smith said…
Check out We Can't Dance Together at A Twist of Noir!
Based on a Steely Dan song that's been stuck in your head since 1980.
At 12:03am on June 9, 2010, Richard Godwin said…
Hi Eileen, thank you for accepting. Best,
At 4:39am on June 1, 2010, Copper Smith said…
Thanks for the friendship.
Now let's litter the world with provocative crime fiction!
At 11:06am on March 20, 2010, Stacy said…
Hello! Glad to be friends here! Enjoy your weekend!

At 8:54am on March 6, 2010, Robin Richmond said…
The picture is that of my girl friend

Eileen Schuh's Blog

Should corporate annual posts be thrillers?

I used to quite like writing the annual Business Plan for our family company, Genesis Homes Ltd. It took a creative use of words to put the proper spin on things like market conditions, competition, and the world economic crisis. It was uplifting to review where we’d been and where we were going as a corporation. It was rewarding to look back on the hardships we’d overcome and make definitive plans to meet the challenges of the future.…


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