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Of Words and Red Dresses

Guest Post: Leeanna Lazenby

The Importance Of Words And Red Dresses

Late at night, I laze about in a red lace dress pretending to be a diva and often take a stroll through my Twitter feed to see the latest poetry written by my online acquaintances. 1,630 more words


Guest blogger: Susanne Bellamy

Birth of a title

‘Push … keep pushing … almost there!’

Giving birth to a book baby is, as with an infant, filled with joy, sleepless nights, and a great deal of uncertainty. 669 more words

Guest Blogger

Something Very Personal By Edna Specht Beyer

I am pleased to introduce my first guest blogger, Edna Specht Beyer, my paternal grandmother.  She actually passed away when I was in elementary school, and I never knew her very well.  2,123 more words


Citizenship and Survival in Seven Steps

Two days after the election, I vowed to take one action in Dissent, every day.

Today – inauguration day – I want to offer a systematic way that friends and neighbors can work to maintain our democracy, and our souls. 470 more words


A Letter to Mr. Trump on the Eve of his Inauguration

by Rabbi Ben David, guest contributor

A letter to Mr Trump on the eve of his Inauguration:

I write this not as a rabbi, nor as a son or husband, not as the grandson of Holocaust survivors, not as a cancer survivor, not even as an American. 576 more words


My One Word for 2017: Persevere

By Cynthia Herron


I’m so glad you stopped by.

Now that another year’s behind us, I’ve reflected on past goals mastered and met, and a few things I didn’t accomplish. 422 more words

Fiction Writing Prompts

Here are a few things your guest post guidelines must have

Like we said in last week’s post, guest posts are really good but you have to set guidelines. These guidelines will guide your relationship with guest writers on your blog and help maintain peace. 251 more words

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