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Planting Seeds

I’ve read quite a few books where teachers talk about planting seeds.  The Bible is probably where I’ve read the most. A quick search and I found these gems (certainly, not a comprehensive list): 261 more words

Mindfulness

Releasing Now: Throttled by Chelle Bliss

Throttled

City & Suzy Novella

By: Chelle Bliss

Amazon   Nook   KOBO   IBooks  

All she wants is to be his, but his possessiveness days before the wedding has her questioning the reality of a happily ever after. 168 more words

Great Books

Ignorance and The Great Books

So I’m jamming to some good tunes, just driving along minding my own business. Then a thought interrupts my listening pleasure immediately followed by another, “How in the hell did this guy get elected?” “How did I get from music to politics? 763 more words

My Stuff

History, writing, storytelling, poetry and my conversation with AJWrites57 !

(The earliest form of history writing in Mesopotamia and Egypt was the Sumerian King list. The Weld-Blundell prism, above, was discovered at Larsa in 1922. I believe my inclusion of this image constitutes ‘fair use’ in illustrating one of the first documents of writing.) 2,371 more words

History

Ice Shear by M.P. Cooley

 

Ice Shear by M. P. Cooley

Genre: Literature/Crime/Mystery

Publisher: William Morrow

Pages: 302

Date Published: 22 July 2014

Review post date: 25 July 2014

     This is a fantastic debut novel with all the greatest aspects for a crime thriller. 317 more words

High Rating

The Cephalopod Coffeehouse: July 2014 Blog List

Welcome to Life of a Writer.

Have you ever met someone who barely sits still long enough for a coffee and chat? Well, that’s me. As a result I seldom have time for recreational reading. 538 more words

Writing

Needing Closure

I know I have at least one reader (ahem, Kacey), who remembers that episode of Friends…the one with the closure.  Ever since that episode aired, I remember my friends and I always talking about closure. 362 more words

Mindfulness