(A dhobhi wears dead clothes less person’s inner sarcasm)
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Welcoming everybody who is in Central Ohio! :)
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“So, pick it up.”
“It’s beyond my circumference limit,” I said, meaning no thick spiders. Those with hairy legs are out as well.
Jim is responsible for the disposal of all dead rodents and salamanders—I do basic lizards. His jurisdiction c... Read more of this blog post »
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Emily receives a bouquet of violets for her sixteenth birthday. She thinks they remain in a vase on her nightstand, but th... Read more of this blog post »
So... "Line of Fire" is split in two parts. I will call part one by anothe... Read more of this blog post »
Check out the cover for A Good Family Man, the first book I’ll have out under the name Thianna Durston. Woot! I’m excited.
A Good Family Man
Series: Corbin’s Bend, Season Three
Cover Artist: Anthony Walsh, The Cover Artisan
Release Date: Aug 6, 2015
Jack Carmichael’s natural instinct is to ta...Read more of this blog post »
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Who isn’t intrigued by the possibility that we may have lived a past life?
Eastern religions like Hinduism and Buddhism famously enshrine the idea, but reincarnation belief is global. Eskimos, Pacific Islanders, the Yoruba of West Africa, the aborigine... Read more of this blog post »
The Kenai Fjords National Park from space.
image from wired.com
More national parks as seen from space here. Effing amazing.
I spent a lot of my childhood in the Kenai Fjords before it was a national park. I wrote about it in “The Gift,” an essay in Alaska Women Write.
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Weird: A Henry Ian Darling Oddity: Missive Two - by Julie Elizabeth Powell
What is the significance of what Henry Ian Darling found in the boot of a car?
And how did his wife know of the event?
How could anyone be cruel enough to do such a thing?
Find out where the discovery leads this collector of... Read more of this blog post »
The titles of Easy and Breakable were paradoxical in nature, and I meant them to... Read more of this blog post »
So, I would like to start with the core of my novel and something that I, being a human, ought to be really close to.. LOVE!
A 'something' that defines every... Read more of this blog post »
The dryad has a complex culture rich with beauty and nature. While most dryads spend their life in and protecting a single forest, some travel the lands seeing many smaller wonder of nature. They are some of nature’s most beautiful beings only being surpassed by the nymph. However, they far... Read more of this blog post »
First things first, this isn't a complaint or a whine or a moan. No, it's a frustration. I've been reading the wonderful April A-Z posts by Moira Katson
on the trials, tribulations and joys of being a writer, and she's managed to comment on many things that I agree with or have... Read more of this blog post »
If you don't get my newsletter (I'm reminded because they went out this morning), then email me at ReadMoi@gmail.com and tell me to sign you up -- and... Read more of this blog post »
All the Rage is out! Thank you to everyone who has been part of its publication journey--to those who celebrated its announcement and have anticipated and enthusiastically championed its release--I'm more grateful than I can say for your support and re... Read more of this blog post »
Harriet The Spy is a book written by Louise Fitzhugh and published in 1964. It tells the tale of eleven year old Harriet M. Welsch who lives in New York. She is the daughter of two well to do parents and raised by her nanny, Ole Golly, in their much often absence. The book is an acclaimed childre...Read more of this blog post »
While watching a basketball game, Avon asked about the Virginia coach but couldn’t think of his name. She said that young, good-looking kid. I said, “Yeah, Tony something. You know like the singer (Tony Bennet).” She asked, “Tony Sinatra?” That didn’t sound right. “No.” I said,... Read more of this blog post »
Friday Feast is a wee bit different. Today starts the digital sale for the second book in the Order of the Dragon Knights Series ~ Dragon Knight’s Medallion is only .99! If you haven’t had a chance to get Stephen and Aileen’s story, now is a perfect time before the next book releases!
To hono...Read more of this blog post »
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