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Guest Post: Georgina Penney, author of Summer Harvest

0Good morning! Today I have the lovely Georgina Penney dropping by Sam Still Reading. Georgina writes wonderful fiction that combines romance and laugh out loud moments in one of my favourite settings, Western Australia. 420 more words

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family fotos

A guest post today from Emi in Brooklyn that has me rethinking (and yes, scheduling) professional photos for Mike, Mario and me. 386 more words

Life With A Baby

Writers on Writing: Jeanne/Fan Fiction

I was first introduced to fan fiction about 12 years ago when a student I had talked about the stories he would write. I didn’t hear too much about it until recently on Twitter where there is a huge presence that often bleeds over to YA discussions. 718 more words

Me Being Me

Curvy Girl Lingerie (With a Discount Code and a GIVEAWAY)

I met today’s guest poster on Facebook a few years ago when I first heard of Curvy Girl Lingerie. While my size pre- and post-kids (and throughout my health struggles these past few years) has yo-yo’d, I’ve always been a size 16+. 926 more words

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Are You Dreaming His Dream? Guest Post By Rachel Lauren

To make things a little more interesting now and again I decided that it would be nice to have somebody else share something special with my readers, and so for today, one of my dear friends Rachel Pruett from America whom I write with at Crown Of Beauty Magazine has very kindly agreed to write a guest post for my blog, which I am thrilled about! 784 more words


Guest Post | Laura Lascarso

Please welcome Laura Lascarso, author of the Racing Hearts series, to my blog. Also, check below for your chance to win a copy of the Racing Hearts Box Set! 369 more words


Raising a disabled child in Maasai land

By: Rading Biko Gerro.

She wakes up at 5 a.m. to cook breakfast to send the other children to school on time. She then proceeds to care for the cattle by taking them to the water shed then rushes back to care for her disabled daughter. 641 more words

Abled Differently