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She was right about the cake . . .

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My Baby Sister, aged two, had crawled up on my Mom’s lap.

It was cuddling time.

I should probably mention that this didn’t happen often.

Cuddling, I mean.

Oh, not because Mom didn’t wish…

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Added by Diane Stringam Tolley on June 23, 2012 at 9:00am — No Comments

DO You Really KNOW it ALL?

I receive dozens of emails a day. Some is spam but most is something I need to actually look at and respond to. On occasion I get emails from people who have written blogs or such about how to write this or that. For instance: I got one today about writing death scenes in a book. It is a short article but I think it brings up really good points. You can find that here:…

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Added by Elizabeth Kolodziej on September 16, 2011 at 10:30am — No Comments

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