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  • Started by Zetta Brown
    Last reply by Patricia A. McGoldrick
    Today at the "Oil and Water..." blog, Karen Pickell tells us what inspired her to make an ordinary difference extraordinary and how you can too.
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  • That sounds great, what is the name of your book? I’d like one that goes along with the current mode of tiny habits, small things one can do daily to make a difference. Of course, I want the big ideas, too, but it feels overwhelming at times.
  • Thanks for you help, Candy. How's this: All Michelle Loeser has at the end of her twenty-year marriage is a mark on her finger where her ring used to be, fifteen extra...

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  • Aimee Liu posted a status
    “Fiction is the art form of human yearning.” – Robert Olen Butler “We are living...Chief?) – does little to quell its effect on my psyche. I’m in fight-or-flight mode all the time, feeling angry a...
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    Book Giveaway! Bear Lake Family Saga has strong female characters who have a destiny to fulfill. Each woman wants to make a difference in the small world where she liv...
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    #FoodFic Friday Do you know the difference between a K Ration and a D Ration? Learn now from Guest Author James Shipman: https://bookfare.blogspot.com/2019/09/foodfic-please-welcome-james-shipman.html

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  • Sarah, thanks for your insight. I always say there is no such thing as a fictionalized memoir. A fictionalized memoir is a novel. So it's possible that people don't re...
  • This is a great post, Ellen!  My book is historical fiction, but I based some of the characters on real, ordinary people from the past and then exaggerated them.  Some...
  • Thanks for the post, Kamy. I honestly believe these classes are the most innovative and inspiring on the internet. I've worked 20 years to develop them. I believe the...