Monthly Archives: December 2016

The Alchemy of Turning Darkness into Light

Originally posted on Scribe Doll's Musings:
A text message the day before, signed in both names, gently confirms that H. and I are to go the the Castle museum entrance a few minutes before the ceremony. It’s a grey…

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We hold these truths…

Originally posted on From the Keyboard:
I ran out of holiday stamps. I do every year, even though I try to buy what I think are ample amounts of postage for a variety of seasonal festivities.  But I always underestimate.…

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W.J. Astore: The Trump Cabinet of Billionaires and Generals

Originally posted on Vox Populi:
There’s an obvious trend in Trump’s cabinet picks: billionaires and generals. The billionaires favor private enterprise, capitalism unconstrained by regulations (especially those pesky environmental ones), and a view of the world in which global warming…

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20 questions with Eva Lesko Natiello (author of “The Memory Box”) + GIVEAWAY!

Originally posted on Fictionophile:
Eva Lesko Natiello is a native New Yorker, who, by transplanting to the New Jersey suburbs, conceived her first novel, “The Memory Box“, an award-winning debut thriller. I’m excited to announce that she has graciously consented to an interview…

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We Eat Our Own: A Review

Originally posted on The Pedometer Geek's Book Review:
Normally this pedometer geek reader only reviews books received through giveaways. It is the way for an appreciative reader to highlight those books and help authors get some much needed recognition.…

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Gift

Originally posted on From the Keyboard:
I’m giving myself a gift. I don’t generally, during the holidays, but this year, yes, this year…? Yes. The internet has changed the world for writers. It’s a good thing, in many ways, but…

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