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GREY

Ladies (ladies, ladies) and gentlemen (gentlemen, gentlemen)—prepare yourselves. Today is the official book release of GREY by Christi J. Whitney.

This YA urban fantasy yanks you out of your normal existence and drops you smack dab into an atmospheric world dripping with ancient superstitions, Outcast Gypsies, dark secrets, and forbidden love. 33 more words

Inspiration

BLOOD IS THICKER

This isn’t going to be about horror and blood, honest.

Recently I discovered some wonderful news and after the fireworks had stopped, it made me think. 445 more words

Classroom news!

It’s been a busy Spring out in the ARE garden, filled with a lot of construction!  Our classroom structure is now nearly complete-only a few finishing touches remain.   61 more words

Garden News

Ring Ring

I’ve always envisioned the big moments in my life as being loud, like fireworks on the fourth. But, as I recently discovered, some of the things you most desire happen so softy—so delicately, you can barely believe they’re real. 200 more words

On Writing

City Has No Overnight Shelters, So Cop Raised Funds To Buy Wearable Sleeping Bags For Homeless People

City Has No Overnight Shelters, So Cop Raised Funds To Buy Wearable Sleeping Bags For Homeless People

The Huffington Post  |  By Kimberly Yam

A police officer has launched a small-scale effort to help provide those in need with warmth. 305 more words

Blog Equisway

Approval of Novartis’ Farydak (Panobinostat) for Multiple Myeloma

The Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation Commends the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Approval of Novartis’ Farydak (Panobinostat) for Multiple Myeloma

Norwalk, Conn., February 24, 2015 – The Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF) praises the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) decision to approve Farydak (panobinostat) for patients with advanced myeloma and treatment resistant multiple myeloma. 402 more words

Great News

Awesome news !!

For the first time in the last 100 years, baby tortoises are born on the Galapagos Islands. This is the first natural birth in a long time, while the species is mainly surviving thanks to conservationists incubating and hatching themselves the eggs and then releasing the animals once they are big enough not to fall prey to their nemesis : the rats. 78 more words