Category Archives: The Waltons

The Waltons: Trouble on the Mountain by Robert Weverka

For generations, people have asked the question “What if two episodes of The Waltons, namely “The Typewriter” and “The Separation”, had happened at the same time?” and in The Waltons: Trouble on the Mountain, Robert Weverka answers that question. Okay, … Continue reading

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Meeting Personal Heroes

I had a particularly exciting day today. I traveled down to Milton Keynes (quite a journey) to attend a book signing by Mary McDonough (best known for her role as Erin Walton on The Waltons, which friends and regular readers … Continue reading

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Three Fictional Teachers That I Like

One goal which I have had for a long time is to become a teacher. While I am not necessarily working towards it at this point in my life/career, it’s still something which I’d like to do eventually. What I … Continue reading

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R.I.P. Earl Hamner

Today was a sad day because today was the day that Earl Hamner died. Since I read his book Spencer’s Mountain in 2009, he has been my favourite author (or at least one of them, it fluctuates a bit) and … Continue reading

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Goodnight John-Boy by Earl Hamner and Ralph Giffin

(I have decided to write a book review every day this week, as well as the three usual posts) This is a non-fictional book about the 1970s television show, The Waltons. Mainly, it is an episode guide, but it also … Continue reading

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