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The language of love is Acts of service

In a family there are various acts of service to please and help each other. Such acts of service require thought, planning, time, effort and energy. 145 more words


Ride Through Time with "The Old Man and The Harley"

I got for more than I bargained for reading John J. Newkirk’s book, “The Old Man and The Harley.” While I expected a moving memoir about a 1939 motorcycle ride across the country, it was so much more. 132 more words


Another Kind of Free: Virtual Book Launch Party Recording

On Friday, September 12, 2014, Another Kind of Free: Suicide Prevention in the Wake of Robin Williams’ Death had its official launch. My publisher, Angela Lauria, of Difference Press, interviewed me during the day-long… 98 more words


A Conversation: STEPHEN GALLUP (Writer)

In today’s conversation, we talk with STEPHEN GALLUP author of the book What About the Boy?, a true story about relationships and health within a family helping their developmentally disabled child. 2,532 more words

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Scribble Diary: Storage

This week’s Scribble Diary seemed to be all about different ways I store the things I care about or wish I could let go. It’s amazing how one day can reveal so much about life as a whole when I consider how I package my feelings, apprehensions, and physical objects. 550 more words


Book review: Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary at War

This is my first political biography in years since this genre is particularly my cup of tea but I was sold by the following two points: 681 more words

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Getting Personal

This blog was created to record the unpredictable correspondence between two writers, living on opposite sides of the Atllantic.

My new friend Margaret,

First, and most importantly, do you have a nickname? 1,513 more words