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Guests appear on my blog three times a month. If you would like to know more about this, please visit my Guest Bloggers Wanted page. 529 more words


Jennifer Probst on her latest book Writing Naked

I am so happy to have New York Times Best Selling Author Jennifer Probst as our guest this week. Jennifer was nominated for not one, but two RITA awards this year. 1,413 more words

Writers Helping Writers

The Cake Ball Smile

If you read the editor’s note this week, you’ll know for the end of Women’s History Month, the blog this week is focused on younger voices. 969 more words

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The Crucial Password Lessons From One Man’s Hacked Uber Account

“Somewhere in Russia, a man calls for a car. Somewhere in New York City, a stranger’s phone buzzes.”

Imagine waking up one day to discover that someone in a foreign country was using your account to rack up charges. 430 more words


Garden plans in Illinois

Like me, Sarah in Illinois is also planning and dreaming of her garden. She’s making her list and checking it twice–and then checking it a third time thanks to some help from the family.  633 more words


Hacking Away To Shape Organisational Culture

We’re taking it back this week to when Carsales gave their developers freedom with the company’s first idea hackathon. The results meant the developers could be a part of the leaders’ idea making process, and the Carsales’ leaders learnt a thing or two about inclusive culture. 575 more words

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Mysticism, Social Action and Reconciliation - A Talk by Rev. Lionel Edmunds by guest blogger Meg House

On Saturday, March 18, Rev. Lionel Edmunds gave the first talk in a four-part series, “Spirit and Action: Learning from Howard Thurman,” sponsored by New York Avenue Presbyterian’s McClendon Scholar in Residence program. 679 more words