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SILAS MARNER Quote of the Day (Last Monday of January 2015)

“Well, Master Marner, it’s never too late to turn over a new leaf, and if you’ve never had no church, there’s no telling the good it’ll do you.” 7 more words

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Express Yourself 3: Easy When You're With Old Friends

Self has interpreted this week’s Photo Challenge EXPRESS YOURSELF by focusing on artistic expression.

Here are two other kinds of expression: facial expression and doggie expression: 114 more words

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From Everyday Islam: Praying

Everyday Islam: An Easy And Peaceful Way Of Life covers many of the basic requirements of Islam, including our daily act of worship in the form of ritual prayer, or… 1,014 more words

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2015 Women Writer’s Reading Challenge–Book #4: Snow White and Rose Red by Patricia C. Wrede

This book was recommended to me on Goodreads, based on my love of fairy tale adaptations. As a young adult, I was very fond of Patricia Wrede (especially her dragon series, The Enchanted Forest Chronicles, and… 185 more words

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Still Reading Carrie Ryan's "After the Cure"

It was a beautiful day in Mendocino. The sun was shining. It was warm.

Self had lunch out, at a small deli just a block away. 231 more words

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Youth in The Letter by Helen Williams

In this narrative piece by Helen Maria Williams, she describes her experience of the Festival of the Federation in Paris. This event was one of the results of the French revolution which culminated in the end of the monarch system in the country and the drafting of a new constitution (The Longman Anthology of British Literature). 520 more words

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WARM BODIES Redux: Carrie Ryan's "After the Cure" (In AFTER: NINETEEN STORIES OF APOCALYPSE AND DYSTOPIA)

from Carrie Ryan’s story, “After the Cure,” in After: Nineteen Stories of Apocalypse and Dystopia, edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling:

An ex-vampire reflects: 84 more words

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