Weekly Finds – Stories No One’s Ever Thought Of, a Singing River, a 2,000-year-old Unsolved Mystery, and Music

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Podcast of the Week

Stop Trying to Think of a Story That No One’s Ever Thought Of Before – The Smarter Artist

Video of the Week – BrunuhVille – Wolfborn

Articles of the Week

7 Questions You Have About Scenes vs. Chapters – K.M. Weiland

A chapter is a chapter and a scene is a scene. Or are they? What’s the differences between scenes vs. chapters? 

The library – 100 years from now – Oxford University Press Blog

A renowned Scottish artist, Paterson is known for her grand-scale artistic ideas and endeavors. On 12 June 12 2014, Paterson began a century-long project as her way of preserving the future of the library and the printed book.

A 600-mile walk to a singing river – BBC Travel

Tom Hendrix doesn’t advertise his wall, but its fame has spread by word of mouth to become something of a pilgrimage site.

A 2,000-year-old unsolved mystery – BBC Travel

We can only speculate why these ancient humans – whose perfectly preserved bodies have been discovered in bogs, mires and moors across Northern Europe – were violently murdered.

By Carin Marais

Bibliophile, writer of speculative fiction, non-fiction, and maybe-fiction, language practitioner, doer of stuff.

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