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Meet Connor Griswald

Originally posted on Love Under the Sun:
What is your name? Connor Griswald. What do you do? I’m the whipping boy and goffer for my older brother, Kent Griswald. He’s a movie mogul, maybe you’ve heard of him. What is your biggest fear? Getting caught with my pants down and my ass hanging out. Kent…

Delicious Superstitions & Adopted Traditions – Chinese New Year with M.C.V. Egan

Walking The Edge by Zee Monodee

Rosie’s Book Review Team #RBRT Noelle reviews Raven’s Choice by Harper Swan

Slash the Tires

Originally posted on Think Positive, Be Positive:
I can be stubborn and hard headed like that!

The Owl Interview with the Owl Lady herself @VivDrewa

The Owl Interview with the Owl Lady herself @VivDrewa

Originally posted on Lit World Interviews:
RW: We’ll get all of my personal questions out of the way first today and then settle into your books. Where are you from? VIV: I grew up in Detroit and moved to Fort Gratiot, Michigan. (On the shore of Lake Huron. A little northeast of Detroit.~Look it up…

Book Review: Girl Online (Girl Online #1) by Zoe Sugg, Siobhan Curham

My Rating: 2 stars out of 5 stars Title: Girl Online Author: Zoe Sugg, Siobhan Curham Published: January 1st 2014 by Atria / Keywords Press Page: 352 Summary: Penny has a secret. Under the alias GirlOnline, she blogs about school dramas, boys, her mad, whirlwind family – and the panic attacks she’s suffered from lately. When…

Your Fish Has Got Away and other Unusual Translations

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
The original, short version of this post was written for the Book Marketing Tools blog. This longer version was written as a guest post for Vanessa Finaughty’s blog. One of the best ideas of Douglas Adams had to be the Babelfish. Just stick it into your ear and presto – you…

#MondayBlogs: Writing Relatable Teens

Originally posted on Shannon A Thompson:
Intro: What better way to start off the week than with a great guest post from YA author, Ava Bloomfield? Writing is a complicated journey, but with Ava’s help, everyone can create believable teen characters. Feel free to share your tips in the comments below! … Writing Relatable Teens…

If Not Now, When?

Originally posted on Joanne Guidoccio:
Welcome to my Second Acts Series! Today, we have social media/digital marketing consultant Lucille Fisher sharing her journey and extraordinary calling. Here’s Lucille! A friend and meditation teacher often asked, “If not now, when?” Three years ago, this became my mantra. By choice, I deferred my marketing career to bring…


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