About Jim Cantwell

I was born and raised in Monson Massachusetts….where Emily Norcross Dickinson (Emily Dickenson’s mother) was born and raised, and Emily herself spent many summers in town as a child. The Norcross house is still a prominent fixture on Main St.
I now reside in Rhode Island and enjoy my time writing and spending time with my family.
I am an aspiring author, currently in the middle of writing a children’s bed time storybook
I have met some really great people along the way, who happen to be great authors themselves, and I have learned so much from them
I hope you enjoy what you read here and look forward to your comments


Thanks for visiting and happy reading


18 responses to “About Jim Cantwell

  1. Hey Jim! I’ve nominated you for the Beautiful Blogger Award! Congratulations!

  2. Wow, allthings, I am really flattered, thank you so much. You really didnt need to go to the trouble, but I am glad you did 🙂 You know one of these days I will get your name from you ha-ha
    Thanks again, I really appreciate it. 🙂

  3. Just as I suspected–all my responses aren’t getting posted. I found if I’m responding through the little number at the top of the blog my responses are getting lost in cyber space. For some reason they don’t make it. My name is Arnel–I did answer, but it wasn’t delivered apparently, and I did wonder because I didn’t get a response. :-). Oh well, glad you said something again. 🙂
    And you are welcome!

  4. Hey Arnel,
    I always reply on the blog itself, not the reply thing in the number up top, I only do it so I can see my post when I post it because Ive got so much on my mind usually, that “flash of brilliance” may not be easily recalled if it doesn’t post ha-ha.
    Thanks again 🙂

  5. Jim, hello and good evening.as well . .
    Children’s book, brilliant.

  6. Hey Mari,
    Welcome to my blog I hope you enjoy what you read here.
    Thanks for the kind words 🙂
    Thanks for stopping in 🙂

  7. Hi Jim, I came across this site and thought it might be of interest. Among other things, Heather says:
    Oh, yes, I am a PR-friendly blogger. If you have a book you’d like me to review and/or give away to a reader, please feel free to contact me. Other book/reading-related items for giveaways also are welcome: bookmarks, tote bags, anything that reflects a love of reading. This is her site: proudbooknerd.com

  8. Thanks for this Lynne I will check it out 🙂

  9. Thank you for dropping by my blog and the follow Jim! Glad that it led me to yours! I look forward to browsing your archives.

  10. Hey Madhu,
    Welcome to my blog and thanks for following, I really hope you enjoy what you find here. I get lost in your blog so easily your pictures are amazing.
    Thanks for taking the time to stop by 🙂

  11. Thanks for the follow! Your blog is great. I look forward to reading your posts.

  12. Thanks so much Lily and Welcome, I hope to see you again 🙂

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  14. Congratulations! I’ve awarded you the Blog of the Year Award 2012! Check it out here: http://allthingsboys.wordpress.com/2012/12/15/second-star-from-the-right/

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  16. Hey Jim,

    How’s the storybook going? I’m not sure if you received my email but here’s what I sent you.

    I’m compiling a free e-book about the Greatest Articles and I’m featuring excellent comments. Your thoughts in “Bullying Helps” is a standout! I’m asking permission if I could include your words in the book?

    All the best,
    Justin G. Bautista

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