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#fitfriday featuring kellyleona.com

This #fitfriday meet Kelly van Dorsten from kellyleona.com.

How and/or why did you start your healthy journey and/or your blog? I initially started my blog when I signed up to compete in two body building competitions a couple of years ago, I used to to share my progression and transformation, now a couple of years on my blog has slightly changed course is now about having a healthy mind, body and life as I think all these are just as important as each other. 293 more words


The Last Best Question?

By Cynthia G. Piano

The transformation to Full Truth is an individual decision.  Do it, or not. I feel that it is the only way to full freedom. 399 more words

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Guest Blog: The Story Structure Tent–The First Plot Point

P.A. Thompson is out this week, so we’re posting the next segment in A. Whitt’s Story Structure series.

The Story Structure Tent – The First Plot Point… 376 more words

Writing A Novel

Guest Blog: Angie Street shares how archives are an inspiration to creative writing

The Now In Then project was the brainchild of Kate O’Malley, who was then working with Creative Ecology Wiltshire, aka CEW.  Kate has created a unique programme of opportunities for writers in Wiltshire which features writing workshops in the Wiltshire and Swindon History  Centre, mentoring for writers, a schools’ project, writers’ in residence, workshops for… 642 more words


Guest Blog: LABEL ME NOT! (Part 1) By Romeo Effs

Many of us have been given a label in life! This week serial entrepreneur, business coach and mentor Romeo Effs is sharing with us what to do about it…. 610 more words


BOOKTOBERFEST GUEST BLOG: Adrian d’Hage, author of The Alexandria Connection

I’m a keen reader of non-fiction including authors such as Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring, which provided an early warning of the coming environmental crisis; Samuel Huntingdon’s… 1,151 more words

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BOOKTOBERFEST GUEST BLOG: Books... by Dee Nolan, author of A Food Lover's Pilgrimage to France

There wasn’t a time when I didn’t hanker after books. I grew up seeing the deep pleasure my mother got from reading and wanted it for myself. 591 more words

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