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  • Started by Joanne Barney
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    I told myself that BLOOD SISTERS would be my last book. At eighty-three, I realized that my mind and my body may not be up to another novel. My publisher gave me the...
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  • Started by Kelley Harrell
    I am not affiliated with this; just passing it along... I am still accepting submissions for my upcoming devotional to the Goddess Sekhmet. I am particularly seeking...
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  • Wow, Marye, I am impressed! I expected the usual sad story, but no, you managed to overcome all the obstacles, including the biggest, seeing the collapse of a 30 year marriage. Good luck and lots of happiness in your new marriage!

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    Grocery Shopping During Covid-19 Instead of my usual little informative blogs, here is a story for you. Yesterday, at the grocery store, I walked around feeling as...
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    Dear friends and fans, teachers and colleagues, fellow writers & students of the art, My new book of essays, More About This, was scheduled to release February...

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