This is a brilliant blog post I found from the blog called Fiction’s Mistress that is compiled by Maggie.

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This is a series that I’ve been meaning to read for quite a long time. And I do mean a long time. I remember a family member buying this book set for me at one of my first book fairs in grade school, and it’s been on my shelf ever since. It isn’t as if I […]

via Spoiler-Free Review of The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis — Fiction’s Mistress

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23 thoughts on “This is a brilliant blog post I found from the blog called Fiction’s Mistress that is compiled by Maggie.

      • I will edit it when I am ready to go over it. I acknowledge that clearly that is who the blog posts on that account belongs to. Maybe I didn’t necessarily realise until now. Thank you for clarifying.

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      • Thank you for letting me know. I have responded to the message and made changes. I have also possibly messaged you to set some things straight towards the corrections that were suggested regarding the post. Those have been followed up but I just wanted to make sure that the things you requested from me have been sorted.

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      • Thank you. If you could change the title again, as Autumn is not involved at all. I created this blog, I write every post, no one else is involved in the making, running, or writing of this blog.

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      • I am grateful that I have been given an explanation as to the things I wanted to get clear. I am going to make corrections to the content I put on my reader as soon as possible. I am really pleased that there is an understanding made about the person who is working on the content that goes on the blog and the preparations that go into it.

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      • You are so welcome. I am about to make corrections as put forward to me to the posts I am putting on my pages. I take a clear understanding that it can be really easy to run into misunderstandings when you read pages on the internet. Where links are included on followers lists I always make it a priority to make sure that I am directed to the right place and I have the proper links to find the content I am wanting to read. I haven’t come across this sort of thing before when I have researched things before putting some hard work into the blog that I have been putting together that is a work in progress.

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      • I appreciate that you work very hard on the content that is covered on this blog that you do and it is your prerogative to make sure people don’t get the impression someone else writes it. That I am acknowledging. When considering how to make changes to the content of the post I have given some thought towards this. I would easily change the title of this post very easily and thank you very much for clearing something up. Wasn’t the company name connected to this blog called Autmn M Birt Publishing or was the thing I found to do with AutoCrit where the course was offered to me from a different page.

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      • I am really pleased that I have been given a response regarding the messages I have delivered to you. I was hoping to get a resolution to the matter I wanted to sort out. I cannot emphasise enough how helpful it is to be able to get feedback on posts I am doing and suggestions towards the purpose of correcting something. I am the kind of person who likes to make sure that the content I post is looking the way it is supposed to be.

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      • It is greatly appreciated. Glad to see that you are anticipating the updates I am going to put towards the contents I am including in my blog. It is really good that it has been recognised that I am making it possible to get some assistance about the content and putting forward suggestions that would make it better.

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      • I am just going through my messages and it is a while since I last heard from you. I am just dropping by to say that I am mentioning to you, unless I have reached this point already, is discussion matter that I have made revisions to the post I published to credit the fact that you have written the material included in it.

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    • Just to let you know that I am hoping to check that the posts I wrote referring to the page on Fiction Mistress I read have been printed correctly to state that the person’s name is Maggie and she manages the Fiction Mistress compiled by Autumn. I think I possibly amended my comments to demonstrate the fact that Maggie didn’t want people to think someone else was writing it. I have acknowledged that but I wanted to make sure in communication that the things have been registered.

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      • Thank you for responding to the message I delivered to you so soon as you have done. Before I put the comment up I was certain that while I was looking up some blogs to follow that I found the addresses for on a search engine where I find pages to read on. I was following up notifications from followers lists some of which I have on twitter and word press as well and I thought that at first reading them one of them was called Autumn M Birt and associated with Fiction Mistress. It was after this that had given me pause for thought to further clarify something when I was requested to make changes to the content I mentioned about Fiction Mistress because the research I had undertaken to find the page I was talking about didn’t initially lead to the name Maggie.

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      • Fair enough, there’s a lot of content on the internet, it’s easy to get mistaken. As I said earlier, I have put a lot of time and effort into this blog, so I would appreciate if you change the title so that it is clear Autumn has no involvement in this blog.

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    • I have probably given you a response already regarding the comment but I am giving you an update. Just to be clear I am claryifing that as far as my knowledge goes I have given acknowledgement that you are the person behind the blog and it now says that you write the content printed on it so that it doesn’t give the impression someone else is doing the writing that appears there.

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  1. Stacy Krout

    I still to this day, love the whole Chronicles of Narnia series, and have intentions of rereading it often, like visiting and old friend.

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    • Thank you so much for giving me some comments to let me know your views on the Chronicles of Narnia. I really like the way you’ve considered your intentions of rereading the Chronicles of Narnia series from start to finish as the kind of pleasure that you experience that reminds you of an old friend like you’re visiting them after a long period of being out of contact and that is a really great way to imagine it. I can see that you have a really great appreciation for those kinds of books and I am really interested that you are a fan of them. I would completely agree with what you are saying. I appreciate your comments as I have great appreciation for my readers and I think highly of them awarding those lovely people who want to read my content that I am writing on this page with compliments as it shows that they are finding it gives them pleasure to read it. That is really great, so I will give you praise for giving me some comments about my content.

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    • Since you’ve mentioned something referring to my post on fantasy novels I have read and expressed comments on them I wondered if you went back to my page to read the further pieces I’ve written there. Great to hear that you liked similar titles as I have.

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