Kenneth Roberts in the Blogosphere: K.R. and his use of journals

Mary O’Gara at www.examiner.com/albuquerque  writes a neat post on how to use a journal for a writing project.  Before sharing her tips on using a project journal,  she gives accounts of how past well-known authors used their journals.  In doing so, she mentions Kenneth Roberts:

For other authors, the journal is a record of creative work, book by book and day by day. Kenneth Roberts, whose journal was published as I Wanted to Write, ranted against inaccurate historians and loud neighborhood children. The most touching entries in Roberts’ journal are his relief when his friend Booth Tarkington complimented him on a particularly difficult piece of writing.

It’s great to see that Kenneth Roberts is still recognized today!

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