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John Carter’s Conundrum

John Carter is a Bow Street runner (detective) in…

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Sakura: Cherry Blossom Viewing in Osaka

Sakura: Sakura-no-toori nuke Sakura: the Japanese word for cherry blossom. These delicate pink petals featured as supporting characters in my previous blog on Himeji Castle. The thing to do last Friday night in Osaka was to go to the Osaka River walk and view the cherry blossoms. So that’s what… read more

Himeji Castle: Pretty in Pink

I arrived in the Osaka area of Japan (specifically: Nishinomiya) late Thursday evening. The first thing we did on Friday was to travel west for an outing at Himeji Castle (hime = ‘princess’ + ji ‘road’). It’s the only original castle – do I have this right? – in Japan… read more

Seattle WA – a quickie travel blog

The title could have been: Seattle? The first day of my 5-month trip around the world began with a resounding THUD!  I never made it out of Durham, NC because of storms. However, my luggage did. My luggage and I finally met up in Seattle on Tuesday. On Monday my prospects… read more

Julie Tetel Andresen has written about language and love for more than 20 years. A professor of linguistics at Duke University, Julie has also written more than twenty romance novels and novellas. read more