When I was younger, like in high school younger, I used to sing a lot. I wasn't all that bad, back in th’ day. Of course, when I sang with the school choir, I sang with my choir voice. When I sang alone in my bedroom using the hair brush as a microphone (oh come on, you did it too,…
May I be so bold as to ask this favor?…
Added by Joyce (j.d.)Daniels on April 15, 2014 at 11:55am — No Comments
While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease.
Spring is probably my favorite time of the year. Even though with…Continue
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If you’re a writer and a parent (I am) you probably schedule or once scheduled many playdates for your children. When was the last time you booked one for yourself? I’m not talking about hanging out with your friends, (although you could include them in this adventure) I’m talking about a creativity playdate. This is time you set aside…Continue
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Title: You’re Not the Boss of Me
Genre: Self Help/Personal Growth
Author: Alma Lightbody
EBook: 116 pages
Release Date: November 8,…Continue
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Posted new edition of All Art Friday.
Today's spotlights include Francine Mary Netter's "Medicine's Michelangelo: The Life & Art of Frank H. Netter, MD"; sculpted figures of Virgile Ittah; and an archive of 14,000 free images relating to the French Revolution.
The roundup highlights exhibitions current or upcoming at Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery in Washington, D.C. ("Alchemical Vessels"; video introduction included), Rockford Art Museum in Illinois…Continue
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Title: Pieces of the Past
Genre: Family & Relationships
Author: Bree Matthews
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Title: Gods of War
Genre: YA/Action Adventure
Author: Storm Kesocascay
A long time ago, an ancient god sought to pool the…Continue
Added by Tracee Gleichner on March 11, 2014 at 10:01am — No Comments
I've posted Carolyn Forche's lovely reading of Emily Dickinson's 'They Dropped Like Flakes'. Forche read the poem as part of a PBS interview (link to interview included).
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Title: Fear of the Night
Author: Mike Scygiel
Eight days before Halloween, two strangers drive into the tiny town of…Continue
Added by Tracee Gleichner on February 19, 2014 at 1:46pm — No Comments
We’re talking to authors from all walks of life about their experiences in publishing their book. Some have smooth paths, some rocky, but they all share a common goal – to see their name on the cover of their creation. It’s interesting to read what path they decided to take to get there and my guest today is here to tell everyone what he/she did in order to make it all happen so that other writers will learn a little something from the experience.
Added by Dorothy Thompson on February 14, 2014 at 10:13am — No Comments
Dear Montclair New Jersey,
Whatever you are doing with our tax dollars please review your long term plan.
Montclair is a choice that some are young enough not to make while others, unfortunately, are too old to change. Word is getting around that our little oasis is no longer what it was.
I went to a local car wash. Pictures of Joe DiMaggio lined the wall, famous people and not so famous portraits dating back several decades. The car wash has been owned and…
Added by Virgilia Campos on February 13, 2014 at 10:12am — No Comments
Title: The Lords of Hanrahan
Author: Darrell Tooker
Rumors circulate that the old McPherson place a couple of miles outside of…Continue
Added by Tracee Gleichner on February 13, 2014 at 9:42am — No Comments
While querying agents for my next novel, The River Keeper I was entered into a drawing to receive a free book. All I had to do was sign up to receive the Laura Dail Literary Agencies newsletter. No problem I could do that, especially if there was a free book involved.
You see I love books. Bet you never could have guessed that could you? Ever since third grade and The Box Car Children I have been hooked. I love mysteries, suspense, love stories… but only if they…Continue
Added by Sarah Martin Byrd on February 10, 2014 at 9:27am — No Comments
GIRL JOY TEACHINGS
Perched on a stone wall she leans forward
Her teenage smiling glow face of possibilities,
Framed by a sailor blouse,
the garb of choice for optimistic…Continue
Added by Julienne Ryan on February 4, 2014 at 3:48pm — No Comments
With our recent four-day loss of internet connectivity, we came to realize just how important — vital — the internet has become in our daily lives. That “digital detox” provided me with unexpected time to enjoy a few of my favorite things and brought to mind a…Continue
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