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Guest Blog: Helena Maria Viramontes and Me, by Niamh McNamara

The heady rush of political, cultural and social upheaval is forever linked to the 1960s and 1970s. The growing strengths of the Civil Rights movements in the United States saw hundreds of thousands of people gather together in protest against injustice and inequality. 626 more words

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Community Charity Book to Fund New Library/Literacy Programs in Universal City, Texas

This book is what communities are all about!  Visit CreateSpace to purchase your copy today! We extend our heartfelt thanks and eternal gratitude for all your support. 722 more words

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A Writer's Mind, Jennifer Wilck: Love, Laughter and Happily Ever After

Have you ever wondered what goes on in the mind of a writer? The ultra-curious psychological counselor in me certainly has! Be it romance, suspense or paranormal worlds, I love analyzing what’s behind the story, and its storyteller. 1,200 more words

11 Signs You Had a Memorable Camping Trip

I recently wrote an article for Active.com- 11 Signs You Had a Memorable Camping Trip- see the full article here! Can you add to my list? 36 more words


Guest blog: Music and Mindfulness - Carrie Creamer talks about how music plays an important part in young people's wellbeing

Music and Mindfulness

MusicMatters supports the health and wellbeing for children and young people in Wiltshire through music making. It forms part of Wiltshire Youth Arts Partnership (WYAP). 343 more words

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Guest Blog: Growing from the Root

I’m off to a gig in the wilds of New Mexico, so L. Graham is filling in for me this week.  Enjoy!           –D.M. Gutierrez

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Writing A Novel

I Kind of Like You

It has been a very long week . . . the kind of week which seems like it will never end.  Today, I was in dire need of some kindness, and I was fortunate to receive it from one of the finest gentlemen in all of Louisville.

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