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A massive wake up call... 493 million women worldwide cannot read this headline

A massive wake up call… 493 million women worldwide cannot read this headline

For someone whose chosen career is to help authors publish meaningful books and connect those books with the readers they will benefit, I am, perhaps surprisingly, a fairly light reader. 814 more words

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The Loss of the SS Titanic

John B “Jack” Thayer III could little count on what he would face in five days time when he boarded RMS Titanic in April 1912. Nor could he have imagined that he would walk away from a disaster fatherless. 110 more words

Book Reviews

Love Comes Calling

Ellis Eton is everything every girl she knows wants to be; and she has no idea why. True, she comes from a well to-do family, is continuing the family tradition of going to college and is about to be “pinned” by her childhood chum, Griff Phillips. 449 more words

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J'adore Paris

So I have once again found myself day dreaming about Paris and Europe in general. Especially with the poor weather in Wisconsin it is very easy to imagine myself strolling around the sunny gardens of Versailles or sipping a coffee at one of the outdoor cafes. 238 more words

Sticks N' Stones and the Garden of Phea by Angela Burkhead - Book Blast!

Today I am taking part in a Book Blast hosted by Mother, Daughter, & Son Book Reviews.

About the Book:

Title: Sticks n’ Stones and the Garden of Phea | … 617 more words



I think, by far, this is the bravest thing I ever did.

The idea came out of nowhere. I don’t even remember now what triggered this. 684 more words


The cha-cha-cha!

Happy Good Friday!

Here’s my update for the week. This week did not turn out how I had planned it: have not been studying or doing my little morning routine. 392 more words