Chances are that you are thinking gloom and doom- that you can’t do something, or that you’re worried about some future event that may or may not happen. Your stomach churns and your head aches.
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Whenever I hear a Jimi Hendrix song, I think of Donna’s son Joe (birth name “Hey Joe”) and wonder if he’ll ever realize what his drug addiction has done to him and his mother.
Joe is my friend Donna's only child, and even though he’s put her through the emotional wringer, she loves and adores him. He’s twenty-five now and not much to…Continue
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#ThrowbackThursday Rememberg Mike Nichols & Elaine May? Laugh @ The Halli Casser-Jayne Show for a super Thursday …Continue
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Today, Thursday's Three presents a trio of short films about Ed Ruscha, Wifredo Lam, and Eleanor Antin.
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These days, teens are connected to another world, world of digital technology and social media. Minors are addicted to online life. Online they are free to be whom they want and to communicate without any barriers. However sometimes shared info could be too personal and teen’s reputation could be…Continue
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i do believe the spoons will have more depth now that i have discovered the key.
it takes a while of gnawing over and again, laid out on white.
cloth that is given in charity.
shrouds the pain and indecisiveness, a clumsy word.
it is a rougher image, while all around are fighting.
shall i break the pattern this end, so
that some one may see that there is something…
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It can be found on All Romance Ebooks at http://bit.ly/2eOb7b4; on AMZ at…Continue
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I signed up for National Novel Writing Month this year even though I am quite possibly the slowest experienced writer on the planet, or maybe because I am the slowest . . .
It took me about five years, give or take, to complete my…Continue
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Good for you, then.I’ll bet you’ll get wherever it is you want to go, because being open to new experiences and new ways of doing things allows us to see…Continue
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October has been a whirlwind of bookstore launches, after-parties, interviews, reviews, and appreciation via email, phone and old-fashioned note cards from family, friends, and strangers, and best of all, oceans of love. As wonderful as this experience has been, there was one small public moment and one big private one that were most powerful for me, distilling it on both a macro and a micro scale.
After signing extra copies of Dying in Dubai for my home bookstore, Oblong Books…Continue
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The sand was almost warm, as it furled around Izaura’s toes – while its slightly abrasive essence buffed her tender soles. The beige particles skipped, hopping up and over her feet, as if at the delight of having her massage their dry surface with her lavender-lotioned feet. Izaura herself was in no way conscious of the commotion that her size four-and-a-halfs were creating in the grainy landscape; nor did she take heed of the little shells and dried sea flora that she crushed delicately…Continue
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Take a look at the fermentophone, a multi-sensory installation:
Tuesday's blogpost: Maya Angelou documentary.
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Good morning on this sunny Wednesday. You know, I was thinking as I was walking the dog that animals are very different in the way they interact with people. The dog was absolutely going crazy to say hello to person walking in the street- someone she doesn't know. When was the last time we went out of our way to…Continue
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Story Circle Network, a non-profit organization dedicated to women telling their stories, is looking for a social media intern who will post frequently on several media platforms in exchange for free online writing classes and membership in our organization. Here's the link for more information:http://www.storycircle.org/volunteers.shtml. Please contact Len Leatherwood, Coordinator of Online Classes…Continue
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