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Character Quotes from Comedy Cabin by Dellani

Originally posted on Cereal Authors:
As promised, Camille’s son came by, bringing her favorite comfort food—mashed potatoes, fried chicken and cooked apples. “Ally had a great time making this,” he said, giving her a kiss. “I can really get behind this nesting thing. She’s baking bread, making curtains and cleaning every inch of the place.”…

A Stressful Cinema Experience

Originally posted on Suzie Speaks:
I’m one of those really annoying people who likes to go to the cinema and actually watch a film. Strange, I know. Unfortunately, a seemingly disproportionate percentage of the Birmingham movie-going population haven’t quite grasped the concept. The other night, The Bloke and I went to watch Infinity Wars (don’t…

Places To Read Books!

Hello my little munchkins. How are you all doing? I am doing well. I am writing this early since when this will be actually posted I will be at YallWest and I have everything planned to a T so I wouldn’t have any time to blog. I AM SO READY FOR YALLWEST THOUGH AND I…

Profiles of Word Weaver Writing Contest Honorable Mention WINNERS: “Andy” by Laura Holian, and “Autistic Girl and the Killer Lawn Gnome” by Dabney Farmer

Originally posted on Dan Alatorre:
What goes on inside the writerly mind? Let’s sit down with our Word Weaver Writing Contest Honorable Mention winners, Laura Holian and Dabney Farmer, and find out. Laura Holian Born and raised in South Texas, Laura Holian had the unique privilege of growing up in an area rich with the…

Artie Meets the Alchemist 1 — #GetCaughtReading 2018

Artie Meets the Alchemist 1 — #GetCaughtReading 2018

Originally posted on Teagan's Books:
Saturday, May 5, 2018 Hello, everyone!  It’s Get Caught Reading Month.   Chris Graham – the Story Reading Ape and I are together again for a mini-series in honor of this event.  There’s also a free Kindle book to be had — read on to learn about that. But first… Every week, you’ll…

Rosie’s #Bookreview Team #RBRT #tudor #Histfic Mary: Tudor Princess by @tonyriches

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Today’s team review is from Suraya, she blogs here Suraya has been reading Mary: Tudor Princess by Tony Riches Writing historical fiction that doesn’t lose its authenticity while also remaining enjoyable to read requires great skill. As the writer creates the story he or she is drawing on a vast…

…the digital dumbing down of wordsmithing and numeracy… p’raps all is not yet lost…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…many of yeez of a certain age will recall the basic schooling process of the three ‘R’s… Reading, (W)’Riting and (A)’Rithmetic… happily, this ol’ Scots Jurassic has always enjoyed WURDS and NUMBERS… I firmly believe that’s down to the intrigue of connectivity I found between ‘communication’ and ‘understanding’ – two…

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