Tener una página de escritora es hoy en día casi una obligación. Aunque, cuando nos lanzamos a la laboriosa tarea de crear una, a veces nos preguntamos: ¿cuáles son las páginas imprescindibles que he de incluir? Quizás no es una de las primeras preguntas que te haces, aunque debería serlo.
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“I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will reRead more of this blog post »
Jack and Jill
“Jack and Jill went up the hill
To fetch a pail of water,
Jack fell down
And broke his crown,
And Jill came tumbling after.”
This story, my little rascals, is all about second chances after seeing things a little differently.
Miss Jill was a troublemaker. Many say it came from not having a faRead more of this blog post »
These photos happened last July on a day I walked our wildflower fields the way I often do. It’s my normal practice to take at least 2 snaps of each picture hoping if one doesn’t turn out, the other will. I didn’t know until I got back in the house that I had taken two uniquely focused photoRead more of this blog post »
If any of your little friends wants to give you a blow job – that’s fine – a mouth is a mouth. A Mouth Is a Mouth Parents – If you have a young son – keep them away from this one – Ray Donovan – Season 1, Episode 2 – The title says it […]The post A Mouth Is a Mouth first appeared on America's Best C Read more of this blog post »
Maya Velasco«Pena de muerte» de Osvaldo Reyes es un thriller impactante. Mientras se está discutiendo en Panamá la implantación de la pena de muerte, el diputado Marcos Conte recibe una amenaza, si no devuelve el dinero público gastado ilícitamente Read more of this blog post »
In 1929 the U.S. government passed the Registry Act, which allowed illegal aliens to become permanent resident as long as they registered and stayed out of trouble. Albert Anastasia took advantage of the act and applied for the certificate on April 4, 1931.
Under questioning he said heRead more of this blog post »
Historian Serena R. Zabin joins Daniel Ford for Friday Morning Coffee to chat about her book The Boston Massacre: A Family History.
Caitlin Malcuit also discusses poet Amanda Gorman's performance on Inauguration Day and Mariame Kaba's upcoming We Do This 'Til We Free Us: Abolitionist Organizing andRead more of this blog post »
First posted January 2015:
A friend recently posted an arresting thought on facebook:
Your value doesn't decrease, based on someone's inability to see your worth.
Where does our value lie? Our value is based on our Creator's opinion of us...which is love and grace andRead more of this blog post »
The Fenris Wolf 8 is now finally available again:
The Fenris Wolf is a research journal focused on the human mind, developments in comparative magico-anthropology, and on the occultural implications and applications of these fields of study. This volume contains materiaRead more of this blog post »
Nasıl Olunur’da 100’üncü bölümü yayınladık… Dile kolay! 2019 yılının Mart ayında Storytel ekibiyle birlikte “Onüç, belki yirmialtı bölüm yaparız” diye başladığımız yolculukta 100’üncü bölüme geldik; onlarca meslek, benim de içinde sayarsak 100 kişi tanıdık…
100’üncü bölümdeki konuğum, ilk bölümünRead more of this blog post »
Sub-genre: Contemporary, M/M romance
Trope: Opposites attract/Different worlds
This book came out of nowhere and wrecked me!! I picked this up not expecting anything really and was blown away by its charm and rawness. The characters were so unexpected and intensely lovableRead more of this blog post »
Last year around this time, I preached a message in Midwestern Chapel that I called ‘The Most Important Diagnosis I Learned in College & Seminary,” which followed by 2019 message, “The Most Important Discovery,” 2018’s “The Most Important Discipline,” and 2017’s The Most Important Doctrine.”
This yeaRead more of this blog post »
Thrown together at their best friends’ wedding, Natalie and Tully are a little reluctant to give in to their friends’ matchmaking attempts. After all, Natalie has sworn off romance forever after escaping an emotionally abusive husband. As for Tully, as a former FBI agent turned security consultant,Read more of this blog post »
I���m a person who knows a lot about how computers and software work, is generally curious, and reads fast. I���ve been wrong about lots of things over the years. But there have a been a few times when a combination of technology-literacy and just paying attention to the world have made me 100% sureRead more of this blog post »
How can it be the fourth friday of January already? And, since we’re getting closer to Robert Burns’ birthday and his annual supper, it’s time for another traditional recipe. Orange Cranachan is a layered pudding that uses the freshest oranges of the season. And it’s a perfect ending to this ScottisRead more of this blog post »
My first book was never supposed to be a series. I’m now on my third series and starting a fourth soon. If you want to save yourself a lot of headache, check out these tips from what I’ve learned about writing series intentionally and unintentionally. Let me also clarify that these series I’ve writtRead more of this blog post »
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Den 27 juni lade jag upp en (kanske inte alltför smickrande) bild på mig med en t Read more of this blog post »
Hi people. This is just to say that Rod Fleming’s World is back online. There are still many things to do and many broken links to repair, but 90% of the material has been saved. I’m pretty relieved about that. So I’m going to have a few beers now.Read more of this blog post »
Go here to read my review.
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Cutting your wrist is easy.
That doesn’t increase your pain. It’s a self-infliction to ease it. Agony is when you bite it all and smile every day with pain that’s hammering your heart every day.
They were in a distance relationship. It was so-called “Facebook Love” that started throughRead more of this blog post »
Forgiving Stephen Redmond is a moving and memorable mystery that touches on themes of the relationship between fathers and sons, confronting a past that won’t let go, guilt, love, learning how to forgive others, and above all, the importance of forgiving ourselves.
The post FORGIVING STEPHEN REDRead more of this blog post »
Now That Americans No Longer Believe In Elections, What Alternatives Will We Choose To Escape Each Others’ Control?
Thousands of National Guard troops patrol the nation’s capital as I write, hoping to ensure that the scheduled transition of power from one president to the next comes off without renewed violence. That sight—unusual for the United States—underlines the fact that millions of Americans no longer suppRead more of this blog post »
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The first time I ate Laksa soup, it was in London, England, about 25 years ago…I still remember that unique taste….I will never forget it! It was a flavor that I wasn’t familiar with—totally new to me at the time. I was so obsessed with it! Back then, I wasn’t vegan, and this dish wasn’t vegan.
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Peter MacNicol plays Galen, the young apprentice of an elderly wizard, Ralph Richardson. When an e Read more of this blog post »
王二眼光直丢丢地Read more of this blog post »
Y pienso seguir haciéndolo todo el tiempo que pueda
Madrid, 19 de abril de 2020
«Estoy muerta de calor y sudando como un pollo. Creo que me voy a asar».
Me despierto sofocada. Abro los ojos, pero aún es de noche, así que no veo nada. Un peso en mi cintura me indica que nRead more of this blog post »
The whole process in an unmooring and gravity-less experience that at once, both exhilarates and unsettles. Yet, it just this so-called singular experience in mental & spiritual lands unknown tha Read more of this blog post »
This Saturday, January 23rd, I will be presenting two panels as part of E-Hayocon 21! This is going to be my first time doing a digital con through Discord, so I'm excited to see how it goes! The panels will be back-to-back and will run as follows:
CosPain Live Draw - 12:00 PM EST
WHODRAWNI Read more of this blog post »
A wonderful image of splendid towering trees innocent in their virgin forests, untouched by axe, unaware of their future forging of ocean-going ships.
Love the great swinging line describing the arc of an axe ‘hurtling towards them on its parabola’, though painful to imagine the shock of the impact.Read more of this blog post »
I’ve got a new article out at The Atlantic digging into that surprisingly thorny question. At stake here is whether the Biden team can move quickly enough to forestall the Supreme Court from deciding two pending cases involving work requirements in Arkansas and New Hampshire. It’ll be tricky, in parRead more of this blog post »
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The biggest news is that I retired from Purdue University and now am working full-time at the Center for New Testament Resto
I love playing with photos in various apps. It makes me look beyond what I see at first glance to the shapes and spaces surrounding me. When I layer photos it gets even more interesting. Selecting images to layer requires a different way of seeing as well as a willingness to suppress rRead more of this blog post »
When the van door slammed on Offred’s future at the end of The Handmaid’s Tale, readers had no way of telling what lay ahead for her–freedom, prison or death.
With The Testaments, the wait is over.
Margaret Atwood’s sequel picks up the story more than fifteen years after Offred stepped into the unknowRead more of this blog post »
I spent some time decluttering a few weeks ago, and discovered something I already knew:
I have way too many unused notebooks and journals.
I’d been reserving certain ones for specific types of writing. One was for song lyrics, one was for writing a single story idea I haven’t fleshed out yet, anRead more of this blog post »
These days, I read about people who refuse to wear covid-19 masks citing their right to choose. They bridle at the suggestion that anyone can order them to do something they do not want to do. I have no sympathy for them, and I condemn them for failing to protect the health of others.
And now, the BiRead more of this blog post »
Dino Jokes for Kids by Rich Linville
Free audiobook code available for an honest review. Email me at email@example.com for the USA or UK code. Free on Kindle Unlimited. Also available as an ebook or paperback.
If you love dinosaurs, then you will enjoy this book. What is as big as a dinosaurRead more of this blog post »
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