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Ack, another bio. I never owned a pony when I was a child. I sang a lot of muppet songs though.

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Lynnea Taylor I write something else. I tend to turn to my poetry for a break from the book. Sometimes I write back story or character profiles which helps unlock…moreI write something else. I tend to turn to my poetry for a break from the book. Sometimes I write back story or character profiles which helps unlock my problem. The most important thing for me is to allow myself to free-write. It tends to make things start flowing again.(less)
Lynnea Taylor I'd still call myself an aspiring writer. I can share the things I still struggle with and believe are necessary. First, discipline and perseverance.…moreI'd still call myself an aspiring writer. I can share the things I still struggle with and believe are necessary. First, discipline and perseverance. You have make yourself do the writing and you have to work at not letting the negative voices in your head beat you down. Second, if you don't believe in your work, no one else will. Make sure you write something you love. (less)
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While many are bandying their theories about Rey's origin, Han Solo's decision to help Ben, and other things, I have developed a theory of my own. If it's been thrown about already, I missed it and excuse the repeat.
I've been thinking about Kylo Ren and his one sided conversation with Darth Vader's helmet. Here's what he said:

"Forgive me. I feel it again... the call from light. Supreme Leader... Read more of this blog post »
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This is a fascinating look at the consequences of unsaid things. We think relationships are based on trust and honesty but in some ways, the things we keep to ourselves are integral parts of those relationships as well, whether for the better or to d ...more
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Another excellent book by John Douglas. Though each case covered has no definitive closure, the in depth analysis and review of the investigative procedure are extremely informative.
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I love the works of John E Douglas. I listened to this on Audiobook and was completely enthralled. He gives detailed information on different criminal profiles, their MO's and signatures, and how to differentiate them. Absolutely fascinating.
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Douglas Adams
“I love deadlines. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by.”
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“Life isn't fair, it's just fairer than death, that's all.”
William Goldman, The Princess Bride

“A little nonsense now and then, is cherished by the wisest men.”
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John Kennedy Toole
“I am at the moment writing a lengthy indictment against our century. When my brain begins to reel from my literary labors, I make an occasional cheese dip.”
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“In a time of destruction, create something.”
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Lynnea Taylor Ooh thanks! I'll definitely be watching out for that one. I love the craft and sewing books for inspiration. And thanks about the project, I'm so excited.


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Sabra Hey -- it's not out yet, but since I picked up on your "Creative Family" book suggestion, I thought I'd mention what looks to be a fun book -- (it's not out yet) "Stitched in Time" by Alicia Paulson of Posie Gets Cozy. Alicia also highlighted the blog of SouleMama -- but i haven't checked that out yet.

Love the new Brown Book Project!


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