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Words matter!

Today, I want to share a blog that I loved reading, with you.  Words are so important, and can build a person up, and make them feel unstoppable!  103 more words

Plus-sized Faith


by Charlotte Selby – www.charlottereadsthings.com 

“I know Gatsby better than I know my own child. My first instinct was to let him go and have Tom Buchanan dominate the book but Gatsby sticks in my heart. 710 more words

The Soldier's Return

Today I’ve invited Laura Libricz, author of The Soldier’s Return, the second book in the Heaven’s Pond trilogy to Ascroft, eh? to tell us about her latest novel. 1,246 more words

Historical Fiction

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Hawthorn Promo Square Today, I'm over at Dianne Ascroft's blog for an interview! Read more here:

The Urban Vintage Affair - Guest Blog from Tasha

Hi, I am Tasha and I would like to introduce to you all my new brand The Urban Vintage Affair. 

This lifestyle brand offers creative couples, a carefully selected collection of high quality antique, vintage and modern traditionally crafted products.  619 more words

Guest Blog

Are tweets a goldmine for psychologists or just a lot of noise? Researchers clash over the meaning of social media data

By guest blogger Jon Brock

Johannes Eichstaedt was sitting in a coffee shop by Lake Atitlan in Guatemala when he received a slack about a tweet about a preprint. 1,612 more words


[Guest Blog] 3 Months in South America & A Blunder We Will Always Remember!

Three months in South America. A trip that we had dreamt of for so long and a trip we will never forget… Not only because South America is such an amazing continent to explore but also because of a “small” travel blunder that took us to places we did not think we will see! 819 more words

Travel Blogger

#GuestBlogger #Author Mary Deal Shares some #WritingTips!

Explanatory articles covering myriad intrinsic details such as these related to writing are included in my self-help volume, Write It Right – Tips For Authors – The Big Book… 814 more words