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The Power of Words

Are you ever afraid of what people may think of your writing? Does that critique shy you away from sharing it? Even though I prefer writing fiction, I love the fact that through writing one can voice their opinion. The … Continue reading

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Friends?: Gifted Ones: Scarcely Human

How do you feel about the friends in your life? Sometimes friends come and go, sometimes they hurt you, but sometimes they remain in your life to stay, a true blessing. “I wanted a perfect ending. Now I’ve learned the … Continue reading

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Friendship Matters: Gifted Ones: Scarcely Human

Here’s my Friday reads second segment. It’s all for the kids, our tomorrow.             “Hard times will always reveal the friends who are true for life.” Friendships are not only important, but they are vital … Continue reading

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Self Health/Help Book At Its Best!

What can I say? I’m blogging about A Glimpse Of Heaven by Dr. Glen Hepker, because I’m impressed with the simplicity and beauty in this eloquently written book that holds a blueprint to improving your life and mine. First, I have … Continue reading

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Why Read For Fun Book Reviews?

First: Read for fun? Are you crazy? Wait, hold up. I hope you don’t feel like books are pointless, because reading is fabulous in so many ways. Parents, if you have a reluctant reader here’s a link that shows how reading … Continue reading

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Aaah, North Beach in More Ways Than One

  What settings do you use for your writing, real or imagined? Well, I’ve been enjoying recent trips to Burlington, Vermont in the past several months, the setting for Username: Bladen. I haven’t been there in years, so I have … Continue reading

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Featuring Author Liz Gavin On Her Blog Tour!

A short and powerful scene: When Declan opened his eyes again, he didn’t know how much time had passed. The house was deadly quiet. O’Hallon was nowhere to be seen. Declan sluggishly crawled forward and sat up beside Keira. He … Continue reading

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