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Book Review: The Goddesses by Swan Huntley

Let’s talk about marriage, cancer, karma, and the sins of the past. All themes of Swan Huntley’s sophomore novel, The Goddesses.

Nancy Murphy and her family have moved to Kona, Hawaii from San Diego for a fresh start. 632 more words

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girls

I just watched Girls’ Trip, so that may or may not inform everything I’m about to say. But I think it’s also safe to say I’ve been thinking this for awhile and the movie has just further solidified my thoughts. 500 more words

Musings

Disappearances

Five years and counting. That’s how long it’s been since my friendship with E. ended. If I were to be honest, I would go back further, to the day of my mother’s funeral. 490 more words

Female Friendships

How to Celebrate National Girlfriends Day – August 1, 2017

National Girlfriends Day
August 1, 2017

Invite all your best gals over for a daylong celebration of drinking, dancing, and planning the perfect bank robbery. Stock your home with the essentials – wine, stemware, snacks, walkie talkies, police scanners, balaclavas, gloves, handguns, ammunition, and architectural blueprints of the bank, its underlying utility tunnels, and neighboring buildings. 292 more words

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High School Just Really Sucks: Review of Yaqui Delgado Wants to Kick Your Ass

It is a truth universally acknowledged that attending high school in the United States just completely blows. The best, and by best I mean the least harsh, description I’ve heard of someone’s high school experience is “meh, it wasn’t too bad, but I wouldn’t go back for anything.” If THAT is the top of the totem pole, then I think I’m right in saying that no one truly leaves high school completely unscathed. 845 more words

THROWBACK THURSDAY PICK OF THE WEEK

I began this Throwback Thursday meme as a way to share some of my old favorites as well as sharing books that I’m FINALLY getting around to reading that were published over a year ago. 493 more words

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Crossing the Bridge

I could barely understand her in between the heaving sobs and the words tumbling out quickly, but I did catch enough to know she was alone and feeling unseen and unwanted. 815 more words

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