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July 13, 2020

Post 117

Written by Victoria Libby

I finished reading Landed Estate, today, a book by Ben Kesp. I totally loved it. It’s fabulous. Ben has a very formal, old world way of writing, at least with the last two of his novels that I have read. I have found myself loving the f...

July 7, 2020

Post 116

Written by Nora

This book is ultimately the story of the depth of a mother's love for her son and how far a mother will go to protect her child.  The story is a page turner with every page bringing suspense, grief, sadness, and mystery.  The imagery brings the s...

March 20, 2020

Post 114. Written by Ben Kesp

With all that has been happening of late concerning our lock downs and how our world is in the grip of an unseen assailant that is powerfully eroding away our way of life, it got me thinking of Elizabeth Bannon (Dr. Elizabeth Bannon Series)...

January 3, 2020

Post 110.

Kesp Writing 

Welcome to the eight “Year in Review” and my very best of wishes to everyone as we say goodbye to 2019 and welcome 2020. 

The following are the top 10 reading lists from the Literature & Culture Corner Blog and the Kesp Writing Blog during 2019....

December 3, 2019

Post 109

Kesp Writing

The last couple of months have been busy so I thought it time I gave an update on what is happening.  Teaching is taking up a large chunk of time, but I am also very busy writing.   

I have been working on three short screenplays and the th...

September 12, 2019

Post 106

Kesp Writing

Anyone working with scripts and in screenwriting knows how strict the formatting is, especially concerning submitting scripts to agents/production companies. Screenwriting formatting must be followed. It is unclear to my knowledge on who set the for...