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What I’m Reading Weekly Roundup

Thought it was time to bring this ol’ gem back. In Blogs An Awesome Quote on Writing by Nabokov Game of Thrones House Posters my favorites are House Stark, obviously. But I really like House Baratheon as well. There’s something … Continue reading

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Blog Chicks Rule!

A friend of mine posted this link to his facebook page, stating – “Like I didn’t already know this, thanks to:…” and listed a wonderful list of other social media ladies. Me included! The article is about the power of … Continue reading

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And the Winner Is…

Using random.org to generate the winner ….. Congratulations Vanessa Morgan! Thanks to all of you who visited my blog and deemed me worthy enough to follow. I’ve said it about a million times – I’m a rabid blog follower. Nothing … Continue reading

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Welcome to Blog Jog Day!

Hey you guys! Thanks for stopping by my blog on this blog jog day! Please peruse use the link cloud under the banner to hop around and enjoy my thoughts on reading, writing and publishing. A new feature you might … Continue reading

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Blog Jog Day

Definitely easier than a real jog on a hot day that you realize you were absolutely not prepared for about 1/4 mile in, a Blog Jog! What is it, you ask? Blog Jog Day is a one-day event where Bloggers … Continue reading

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New York, Phew York

I saw this first on the illustrator’s, Tim Probert, blog. I always knew his art would lend itself well to a children’s picture book and what could be more fun that a New York City Scratch & Sniff!? The Proberts … Continue reading

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Harry Potter – The End

Thank goodness for Pottermore. Shit must be seriously saving lives. Because without the anticipation of what’s in store for J.K.’s newest initiative, this Friday would have been the saddest day in all the days of Potter fanatics. Harry Potter and … Continue reading

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