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I fell in love with Steve Berry with his first book, The Amber Room, and many books later the love affair continues. I am delighted to help kick off his Blog Tour for his latest Cotton Malone thriller, … 2,637 more words

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GUEST BLOG: The hero’s journey (or the other side of the story)

We are very happy to have one of our fellow interns, Larissa, write for us! Enjoy!

Somebody told me recently that ‘how you deal with a crisis is far more important than the crisis itself.’ I think that’s (mostly) true. 653 more words

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The Poor Children by April L. Ford - A 5Writers Review

by Ron Hayes

Once when I was about 20 years old, in-between College Enrollment #1 and Huge Life Mistake #2, I was crashing at my mom’s for a while as our family tried to spiral back into normalcy after my father’s untimely death. 1,411 more words

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Maritime Mary: Going for Green

We’ve had a whole lot of white in this Maritime winter. We shovel, scrape snow off roofs, pick at ice, shovel again and again after the plows go by, and we talk in amazement about the huge banks that have accumulated. 160 more words

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5 Idea Tips You Can Steal From Instagram

I am happy to have my friend and fellow author, Devin Berglund, guest post on the site once again, this time about Instagram and the ways you as a writer can utilize it to its full potential! 778 more words


Palm Sunday, Lakota Mass at St. Joseph’s Indian School

Holy Week began yesterday morning here at St. Joseph’s Indian School. Outside, the South Dakota wind gusted across the prairie at 20-30 miles per hour. The cool… 435 more words

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Thomas L. Hay, Author

Thomas L. Hay  was raised in the Golden Valley town of Clinton, Missouri. He is a Vietnam Veteran. Retired from American/TWA Airlines. He enjoys writing, golfing, fishing, singing Karaoke, and beating his wife in gin rummy. 1,024 more words

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