Point of a Pencil

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Do we really need to buy twenty-four pencils? a student asked. -No, not just twenty-four pencils, but rather twenty-four sharpened pencils, the lecturer replied. More
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Words: 2,100
Language: Commonwealth English
ISBN: 9781310190469
About Joy Bassetti-Kruger

I began my library career at the Jhb. public library, and while I worked there part time, I also completed my Library Exams with the SALA. Then I was headhunted by Ekom, as I'd specialized in information retrieval and they needed someone to obtain current information on various projects for their engineers. Later I moved to Control Data, where I learned all about storing such information on their large computers.
All the while, I also taught ballet, modern and Spanish, dancing in my spare time, as I'd trained as a dance teacher while still at school. After I married I ran two dancing studios for adults, where I also began to teach yoga and passive exercises. In my youth I danced for PACT for a while, but as I was still studying at the time, -I decided to give this up, although I continued to dance in various productions at the Civic Theater in Johannesburg. -Showboat, The Merry Widow, Guys and Dolls, to name a few.
As I'd also joined two writing circles previously, I'd been writing all along, - mostly short stories. But then an opportunity came up for me to include English Literature and Creative Writing in my studies, so this is when my writing career really took off, even though I never published anything until recently, when I first uploaded stories on a local SA site,then Kindle, Kobo and now finally that I've cracked the 'meat-gringer," I've loaded some new stories on to Smashwords, which I think is a really wonderful site for writers, as it forces us to confront all the issues and make certain that everything is correct..

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Review by: Mary Blackwell on Aug. 01, 2014 :
Humorous, interesting and it definitely makes you think ... I loved the way pencils link back to childhood creativity although in some ways the absence of technology, especially in an ebook read online seems a little bit of an anachronism. I enjoyed it.
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Review by: Angela Hope on July 29, 2014 :
I could have learnt a thing or two from this story, had I read it at my first creative writing class, many years ago. I'm sure it will be very helpful to a lot of students.
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