Monthly Archives: August 2014

Scheherazade at the 9/11 Museum in New York

Originally posted on The Backpack Press:
The new 9/11 Museum is open now in lower Manhattan.  Previews of the museum were offered to 9/11 families and to the workers who spent so many months recovering the remains and clearing the…

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What’s Your Book Club Reading?

Originally posted on Eva Lesko Natiello:
? The absolute greatest indulgence in the world for an author is to have an opportunity to connect with her readers. It is a thrill unlike anything else, and so far, in these last…

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Summer haiku

Originally posted on nbsmithblog…random digressions and musings:
Having finished up working on Adam’s memoir, My Life in the Cleveland Zoo, Rob and I have gotten back to checking out our garden. What we have found is a few ripe…

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The Castle of Translators

Originally posted on Scribe Doll's Musings:
Seneffe.  H. is beaming as we walk into the courtyard.  It is girdled by a horseshoe of former 18th century stables, now turned into guest rooms.  In front of us, beyond the railings,…

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Summer Shower

Originally posted on In Transition:
Heat rises from the concrete, waves shimmer as I watch a lone black cloud slowly cover the sun, fat drops of warm rain splash on my head, I turn my face to catch the summer…

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The Death Salon is coming to San Francisco

Originally posted on Cemetery Travel: Your Take-along Guide to Graves & Graveyards Around the World:
This is lifted from the Death Salon events page: We’re bringing our first ever one-day Death Salon event to San Francisco October 11, 2014. Deathlings…

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Pictures of the Past: A Review

Originally posted on nbsmithblog…random digressions and musings:
I have been fortunate to read some of the newest books available through giveaways sponsored by Shelf Awareness and Goodreads. The latest one that I have finished reading is Deby Eisenberg’s Pictures…

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The Pedometer Geek’s Book Reviews

Originally posted on Jane Wilson:
The Pedometer Geek’s Book Reviews.

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The Pedometer Geek’s Book Reviews

The Pedometer Geek’s Book Reviews.

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SIX WORD SATURDAY

Originally posted on Scrambled, Not Fried:
One Door Closes—Career Change Ahead Two days short of my 10th anniversary at Northeast Kingdom Human Services, I’m heading back to the classroom on Monday. ——[|]—— However you earn your daily bread, be sure…

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