Monthly Archives: March 2015

May Wonders Never Cease to Exist

Although I occasionally write poetry, I don’t make a fuss about it because I so rarely do it.  And because I’m never quite sure if I should call it poetry.  My poems don’t rhyme.  They don’t have a recognizable meter … Continue reading

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Top Ten Things Not to do When Taking Family Photos

Originally posted on Fiction Favorites:
This list was inspired by looking at a number of photos that have been posted on-line recently. Top Ten Things Not to Do When Taking Family Photos 10 If you are taking family photos, do…

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On Not Having Children: Childless, Child-Free or Freak? #MondayBlogs #childless

I am the youngest of my siblings: a brother 3 years older than me, and two sisters, 11 and 13 years older.  I didn’t grow up with babies.  While I’m sure I had the standard baby dolls when I was … Continue reading

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Top Ten Things Not to Do If You Are Going to Disneyland

Originally posted on Fiction Favorites:
This list has as inspiration the idea of spring and trips to Disneyland and Disneyworld Ten Things Not to do if You are Going to Disneyland 10 If you are going to Disneyland, do not…

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Three Ghosts is now on sale!

Originally posted on Katie Sullivan:
Cover Art by Casey T. Malone What do you do when the decisions you’ve made come back to haunt you? How do you make them right? Can you, when one wrong move will mean lives…

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A Different Kind of Book Review: Doll God by Luanne Castle #MondayBlogs #bookreview #poetry

Mary closed the slim volume of poetry and leaned back against the stiff cushions of her couch.  She never was one to read much poetry, except occasionally Emily Dickinson and Shakespeare, whose works had stayed with her all these years … Continue reading

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Reblog: Top Ten Things Not to do If You have Spring Fever #MondayBlogs

Originally posted on Fiction Favorites:
Okay for the most of the United States I’m rushing this list a bit. I have always thought of spring as a matter of the mind and not necessarily how the weather is behaving (or…

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Reblog: Hope

I can think of no one who inspires me more to embrace life, to find joy when I’m at my lowest, to know that when I can’t change the circumstance, I can still change my perspective. Through her example, she … Continue reading

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Small Talk Book Blitz Giveaway 3/10 – 4/12: Courtesy of ebook Review Gal

Susan Barton at eBook Review Gal is holding a giveaway to promote Robert Germaux’s novel Small Talk. Here is a description of Small Talk from Amazon: “A serial killer has the people of Pittsburgh on edge, and Detective Daniel Hayes … Continue reading

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To Read Helena Is to Love Helena #Mondayblogs

I first “met” Helena Hann-Basquiat through her guest post on Katie Sullivan’s blog, where she had a hilarious dialogue with a 1300-year-old Druid.  I was stunned by her dry humor which had a thread of worldweariness sewn through it.  That’s … Continue reading

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