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To Poo or Not to Poo!

Originally posted on MARSocial Author Business Enhancement Dragon Post:
I read an article where the winner of the annual prize for the oddest title of the year, awarded by public vote, was ‘How to Poo on a Date.’ The others went down the drain! But one of the shortlisted was ‘The Origin of Faeces.’ (Honest…

Jetsetera – An Exciting Luxury Magazine By Kimberly Fisher

Originally posted on Desperate Pursuit in Venice:
There are a few spots in the world, which have captivated me to the extent that they are worth a mention in my recently published romance thriller novel Desperate Pursuit in Venice. One of these spots is the Arena di Verona with its breathtaking outdoor opera performances and…

Moon Madness

Originally posted on joebeckerphoto:
I must be obsessed with the moon lately writing two posts in a row about the moon. Yesterday I joined others from the Tacoma Mountaineers photo group in shooting the full moon from Gig Harbor. Actually, yesterday was the day before the full moon, or what some call the Photographers Moon,…

Orphan Train, by Christina Baker Kline

Originally posted on Blogging for a Good Book:
Orphan Train caught my eye on the New Books shelf. I had not heard about the orphan trains before and enjoyed gaining some insight through this story. According to PBS’s The Orphan Trains,ย the Children’s Aid Society, a precursor to our modern-day foster care, arranged trips between 1854…

Without Doubt

Originally posted on Regina Puckett:
Without Doubt Regina Puckett I do Love you Forever Endeavor To treasure Without measure You Through Bad Sad And without Doubt

Words and roads

Originally posted on write meg!:
I take the familiar roads too fast sometimes — but only because I know them as well as the long line of freckles on my right arm. When you’ve spent your lifetime in, near or along a patch of land, that landscape impresses on your skin. It becomes you. Roads…

FanBoy Moment: Meeting Brian Keene at WHC

Originally posted on ARMAND ROSAMILIA:
About eight years ago I was a completely newbie author with a couple of fantasy books out and maybe three horror short stories published to my credit (I have a lot more horror stories published now), and I went to Horrorfind Weekend convention in Baltimore, Maryland. I sat at a…

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