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Special Guest Post "30 Days Cleaning Challenge" by Margaret Ellis

No, I’m not crazy. I know it’s Saturday. My Guest Post Series is still happening tomorrow. Today I bring you an article by Margaret Ellis. She is a writer and the owner of a small cleaning business, based in London. 722 more words

House Cleaning And Organization

The Diss Track: 13 Reasons Why feat. Erin Green

Alright readers, what’s good? 13 Reasons Why has been making waves both in the literary and visual sense. Love it or hate it the impact this story is having seems to be undeniable on several fronts. 1,517 more words

Ya Fiction

Maleeda(Sehri Special)Guest post

Maleeda(Sehri Special)

Malida also known as Maleeda, is a traditional Afghan Central Asian sweet dish, made by initially creating a dough out of wheat flour, semolina, butter and milk. 213 more words

Guest Posts

Quest for the Cup | Game 4 GR vs SJ

Guest Writer: Jenae

The Griffins had me worried coming into game four at the Van Andel Arena. Game three had reminded me that the Calder is not going to be easily won. 706 more words

Game Review

Self Worth

This is our newest contributor’s first post. Welcome Ticallion The Baptist (Aka Dario Balunovic) to the blog! 

Lately, I’ve had a lot on my mind about self worth and I feel this needs to be said on my behalf and anyone else going through the same ordeal I went through. 622 more words

2017

2017 Men’s French Open Preview: Championship Contenders

This post discusses the players that I believe have the strongest chance of winning the 2017 French Open, considering factors including recent form on clay, previous French Open performance, their projected draw and their potential to cope with the physical and mental challenges that a Grand Slam provides. 967 more words

ATP

Author Guest Post: 'Writing About Your Twenties in Your Thirties' by Sarah Tierney #BlogTour #SandstonePress

As part of her blog tour for her newly released title, Making Spaces, the author has kindly written a short essay entitled ‘Writing about your twenties in your thirties’. 812 more words

Book Review