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WATWB – SDG’s

It’s that time again for the #WATWB, the last Friday of the month where you post a good news story (yes, I know I’m late and yes I have a good excuse — a house full of company for the … Continue reading

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Life in a Conversation

Life in a Conversation I’m on a once-a-month author interview series, having kicked off the New Year with the divine Ms. Shey and her Mr. (and just lovely they were). Today, I’m talking to Geoff Le Pard — a man of many … Continue reading

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#Author #Interviews: #indie #writer @pjlazos discusses #writing & #family, caring for the #environment, & finding the right #writingcommunity

via #Author #Interviews: #indie #writer @pjlazos discusses #writing & #family, caring for the #environment, & finding the right #writingcommunity Jean Lee, author extraordinaire, took the time to interview me for her blog. Thanks, Jean Lee for the wonderful interview!

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Virtue

Virtue If you read my original post about The Twelve Virtues of the Merchant Priests, as suggested in the book, Sacred Commerce, my goal is to reflect upon and write about these  12 virtues — honor, loyalty, nobility, virtue, grace, … Continue reading

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will grayson will grayson

                                                   will grayson                           … Continue reading

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A Prompt Prompt Prompted Me Promptly

A Prompt Prompt Prompted Me Promptly I’ve been working on a novel for awhile now and I’m stuck, bored, out-to-lunch, spinning in tight circles, totally ’round the bend, all of the above.  It could be that my youngest child leaves … Continue reading

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I Just Want to Say One Word to You…

  I Just Want to Say One Word to You… Imagine sitting on a beach. It’s hot. You’re thirsty. So you pull one of those handy plastic bottles from your cooler, take a big swig and are instantly refreshed. Or … Continue reading

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Interview with the Professor — of Horror!

Interview with the Professor — of Horror! Today’s guest is Professor Charles F. French.  Professor French lives in northeastern, PA in the US of A.  Trained in English Literature, he writes speculative fiction for fun and as a break from … Continue reading

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#WATWB

It’s time again for the We Are the World Blogfest which is ONE YEAR OLD this month!  Want to know more about this blogfest?  Here are the guidelines for #WATWB: 1. Keep your post to Below 500 words, as much as … Continue reading

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This Is What Democracy Looks Like

This is What Democracy Looks Like “Show us what democracy looks like!” “This is what democracy looks like.” The man behind me chanted the first line while those of us around him chanted the refrain, over and over until we … Continue reading

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