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Book Review: Grace Revealed by Greg Archer

Grace-Full Revelations Indeed

When I was led to ordering a copy of this memoir by a friend (Dyane Leshin-Harwood over at proudly bipolar) , I couldn’t immediately reconcile the cover image to the title. 617 more words

Determination

When did saying Thank you become any ackward?

Dear World, today is Friday and wow I am so grateful for having survived this week.

I mean having to go pick up your son from boarding house and seeing how much weight he’s lost in the 3 weeks since you last saw him, getting him tested and found to be suffering from thypoid, malaria and some nasty cough, and with his morale so low, even my own frail health vanished from my mind or body. 295 more words

Marie's Garden

TVLine Items: Michael Easton's GH Return, Night Shift Newcomer and More

General Hospital is about to employ the cardinal rule of soap operas: Just because your character is dead doesn’t mean you’re out of a job. 296 more words

Casting News

Dennis Quaid & More Join 'Fortitude' Season 2; Arctic Thriller Returns In Late 2016

Sky Atlantic and Participant Media’s Pivot picked up Season Two of arctic thriller Fortitude last April, ahead of the drama’s first season finale. With principal photography now underway in London, a host of new cast members have been added. 211 more words

Breaking News

THE SMALL GIRL WITH PARKINSON'S

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Kári Sigurðsson – Alive (Extended Version)

A few months ago, Sunday’s were for writing. Then, Parkinson’s stepped it’s game up. Apparently it didn’t like the kick in the nuts I gave it on November 7th. 1,146 more words

Parkinson's

The Music of Fortitude

I’ve posted about writing mood music and soundtracks for my stories before, but I thought it’d be fun to bring the official, post-published soundtrack for… 360 more words

WRITING

FORTITUDE

“Keep going Laolu, you can make it!”

Yes. I can. I can do this. My muscles strain and then get replaced with fire as I make the final lap. 726 more words

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