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Anniversary of the Disappearance of Keith Call and Cassandra Hailey

For those of you that follow my blog, you know I take the anniversaries of victims of unsolved crimes seriously.  April 9 marks the 29th anniversary of the disappearance of Richard “Keith” Call and Cassandra Hailey. 1,158 more words

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Being Ceaseless in the Face of Fear

One marvelous thing about being a child is their general lack of fear. When we were kids, some of us found ourselves at the top of a hayloft, leaping from the edge thinking we could fly. 1,520 more words

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April Fools!

A joke is a joke but today is my turn to post and I thought I would pull a joke on you….

Feast your eyes on these fellas and think about what it is about them that stirs me to write books filled with kilted hunks! 58 more words

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Happy International Women's Day!!

My Dear Future Readers,

Today is March 8, International Women’s Day. I want to dedicated this post to all the women who are great in their own way. 172 more words

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A Passionate Play Reviewed by Diana Rose

My Dear Future Readers:

I have read many romance novels in my time but this is my first time reading a Romantic Suspense genre.  This book was the first book I read from Jessica Lauryn. 719 more words

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National Peanut Butter Day and Recipe

March is full of holidays, and the popular ones include St. Patrick’s Day, the Ides of March, and so on. Well, I found a delicious one. 228 more words

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Groundhogs VS Dragons?

What would happen if a Scottish dragon met an

American groundhog?

They’d probably be the best of friends.

Groundhogs hibernate in underground burrows. The most famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil is brought out into the sunlight on Gobbler’s Knob in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania on the 2nd of February to see his shadow. 82 more words

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