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Meet Guest Author Sally Cronin

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine:
In August of 2014 I was still in the first few months of my blogging life. One of the early supporters of my efforts, as I am sure he was for most of you, was Chris, The Story Reading Ape. This was my first guest post ever, which he…

The Summer Book Tag

The Summer Book Tag

Hello my little munchkins. How are you all? I am okay. I am making a few blog posts today for the next week or maybe two. You will all see the blog posts though because there is no way I am giving up this blog post streak. I am just doing too well. *arrogant I…

Sunday musical offering — Father’s Day edition

Originally posted on bluebird of bitterness:
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Stop Killing the Planet with Water Bottles [Infographic] — ecogreenlove

Stop Killing the Planet with Water Bottles [Infographic] — ecogreenlove

Originally posted on Life & Soul Magazine:
This infographic from Printwand is a helpful breakdown of the most important facts and statistics that you should know about disposable water bottles, along with the criteria to look for when choosing a reusable alternative. via Stop Killing the Planet with Water Bottles [Infographic] — ecogreenlove

When Tis Done – Part 69

Originally posted on Dellani Oakes:
While the boys are having their conversation, the girls find something to help them protect themselves. Brian and Chase nearly come to blows, because Chase thinks he’s suffered more than Brian. “You want my opinion?” Chase rolled his eyes. Jordan punched him in the chest. “He asked, didn’t he?” “Yes,…

Is Mediocrity The Only Path To True Equality?

Is Mediocrity The Only Path To True Equality?

Originally posted on Tara Sparling writes:
She’s got an opinion and she’s not afraid to use it Another day, another publishing row. The latest storm to hit the shelves is about diversity. To cut a short story shorter, Penguin Random House has committed itself to promoting more diversity in literature, because they say books “should…

10 Common Grammar Mistakes And How To Fix Them [Infographic] – by Chris Jager…

10 Common Grammar Mistakes And How To Fix Them [Infographic] – by Chris Jager…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Life Hacker: Cramp image from Shutterstock Some grammar mistakes manage to trip up the vast majority of writers. Take “affect” and “effect” — no matter how many times this grammar rule is explained to people, many writers continue to mix them up. If you’re…

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