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8 Lessons I Learned In University (by Paul)

Hello readers! Welcome to the new segment I like to call, “The Shaz Show”. Okay I just made that up. But it is my honor, to introduce to you, my first guest blogger! 1,565 more words

College

Guest blogger: Dani Kristoff

To all intents and purposes it has been a quiet year for me, relatively speaking. I don’t have a Dani Kristoff book out this year. … 619 more words

Guest Blogger

Guest Blogger Of The Month! 

This month I bring you Jessica Pershick, who I have personally asked to write a piece for BipolarManicDepressive! Her style of writing is beyond self reflective and she has the ability to exercise your mind into the thoughts that go with the territory of having Bipolar Disorder and illnesses alike. 618 more words

Bipolar Disorder

#FridayFantasy - Kindred Souls

Ayla was discovered at a very young age to have an especially rare combination of gifts: empathic telepathy, discernment, and the gift of healing. She was dedicated by her parents to become a Guardian of Childfey and spent her young years in the seclusion of the Temple where she studied magic and the ancient rites; where she was taught about the mortal enemy of all Fey of the Light, The Reviled; and where she attempted to learn how to protect herself from the emotions and thoughts of others, although never successfully. 273 more words

BnV

Richard Ankers reblogged this on Richard M. Ankers and commented:

A great offer on a great book. Great author, too. :)

Alpha Delta Pi by the Numbers

Guest Blogger: Jennifer McGhee Siler, Epsilon-Tau-Middle Tennessee State University, International Vice President of Communications

You Are Always an Alpha Delta Pi—Have you ever met someone while standing in line for your favorite coffee? 436 more words

Alpha Delta Pi

Darwin’s Fishing Net: Manipulating Complex Ecosystems

Darwin’s Fishing Net: Manipulating Complex Ecosystems

by Guest Blogger,
Tyler Kokjohn, Ph.D.

In an effort to protect fisheries, laws and treaties require trawlers to use nets with a mesh big enough to allow smaller, presumably young fish, to escape.  732 more words

Jeremy Vaeni

Guest Blog: Expert Advice

An introduction to this guest blogger feels necessary, but it can be short.

Unique in more ways than I can count, with the steadiness of an Ent and the wits of Lewis Carrol, this author loves knowledge, people, cooking, and words. 514 more words

General Musings