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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2211

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

otkapa (oh-dkah-pah) = clog



Andrew Chapman is a writer. A funny writer. He writes funny stories, that is.  But that’s enough about him. This is all about me.

Here’s the interview piece with myself… 52 more words

Author Interview - Jemahl Evans

Question 1: Who are you and what have you written?

My next novel is called This Deceitful Light and will be released by Holland House Books on September 20th. 371 more words

Author Interview - Cee Tee Jackson

Hullawrer chinas,
I’m a man of few words, which I’m finding a bit of a limiting factor as an author, so straight in – here goes: 465 more words

30 is the New 21: A New Page of My Life

Some say 30 is the new 21, with a new life and adventures await. As I hit the ye olde milestone this month, my life has changed up-side-down.  343 more words



Welcome to ‘Ready. . . And. . .’ a stamping ground for all things clog.

Initially I’ll be sharing resources for people who attend my workshops at… 9 more words


Author Interview - Rob Gregson

Question 1: Who are you and what have you written?

I’m Rob Gregson, a skilled producer of origami frogs. Sadly, the paper frog market is no longer what it was, so I also have a day job that involves running a small consultancy business. 552 more words