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Friday Freewrite

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The same wind that bristled the leaves of the trees and whispered sweet nothings in Jared’s ears, a song of peace, a ballad of content. 374 more words

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Thanks (Part 2)

So, here’s part 2! What I’m thankful for continued with number four. :)

(1 was Pandora, the radio station. 2 was Music/Artists. 3 was Office Supplies.) 240 more words

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The Republic of Thieves

The Republic of Thieves (2013) is the third and latest installment in Scott Lynch‘s Gentleman Bastard series and picks up right where the second book, … 906 more words

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New Book Description: "Ruined by Murder, Addicted to Love"

New Mystery/Romance Novel

“Like any game, love serves up winners and losers.

“In this story crafted by newcomer P.J. Stirling, a long and winding road leads lifelong platonic friends, Carlos Almarón and Carmela Ariana, in and out of Cupid’s embrace. 259 more words

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When you need some reasssurance ...

Every once in a while I get one of these flashes, and usually I am reticent to blog about them, in part because I hate to sound pedantic, and because I usually reserve my blog as a forum to talk about my books – but it seemed relevant enough to say, and take it or leave it for what it is worth – here we go. 561 more words

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Stroke

by Merrill Sunderland

I. HANDS

Few people are ever willing to barter with the boy: to trade a back rub for a neck rub, for instance, or a foot massage for a scalp massage. 1,385 more words

Junk 14: Fall 2014

malibehiribae reblogged this on malibehiribae and commented:

A sad story about the boy. It is at such moments that one wishes when we first come out of our mother's wombs, we're 'hard-wired' with manuals on life's challenges ahead. Poor boy, always left in bewilderment about almost everything around him.

An incredible post, Merrill.

Big Read Discussion #1 ~ Opening Remarks by Professor Prasch

I attended the first book discussion (a second one is scheduled in January) on the book The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien this past Wednesday night.  4,120 more words

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