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Guest Blog: Five Key Life Lessons from Ralph Waldo Emerson

By Meg Lago

Emerson has always been one of my favorite writers.  Not only do I love him because he was an avid drinker, but I think his most famous quotes, for a lack of a better word, transcend the decades and are extremely applicable to most of life’s stages. 503 more words


The Lady 8 Home and Teddie Peanut Butter

Meet Minnie Gupta, the mind and soul behind The Lady 8 home and VocalBee’s first guest blogger. Minnie is a full time mom, homemaker, blogger,writer and event manager. 693 more words


Guest Post: Julie Eberhart Painter

Excerpt from Mortal Coil by Julie Eberhart Painter:


There was nothing like physical activity to allay anxiety, so Friday afternoon, Ellen took off work early to tackle cleaning the kitchen and laundry room floors. 610 more words


Guest Blog: Terry Bennett -- Transform IT? From What to What?

Terry Bennett  is founder of Differentiators LLC and helps executive teams achieve the promise of IT in becoming the strategic differentiator IT can and should be for the company.  805 more words

Digital Business

Good Friday

Hi all. I know you’re looking for my Flash Fiction Friday installment, but I’ve decided to take this Friday off in respect of the Good Friday holiday. 58 more words

My reply to Tripathi and Kumar

I thank Assistant Professor Tripathi and Dr Kumar for their reply. (1) I do prescribe the “anti-dementia” drugs, explaining to my patients that this is because they may produce mild symptomatic improvements in the short term. 169 more words

Medical Writings

Chrys Muirhead reblogged this on The Pharma Chronicles and commented:

"The point of my letter was to highlight the difference between what evidence shows and what the “prevailing view” can be and also how this can shift in a short period of time."  Peter Gordon

Guest Blog: The Tightrope of Authenticity

Guest blogger Ian McCulloch graciously agreed to fill in for me this week. Enjoy! –D.M. Gutierrez

The Tightrope of Authenticity

By Ian McCulloch

Writing a novel set against an actual historical backdrop might seem easy at first blush. 990 more words

Writing A Novel