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Driving Home at Midnight

Driving home at midnight
Lucinda and Arlo
and Bonnie on the radio
Lake Charles and New Orleans
an angel flying from Montgomery

a fat yellow half moon… 110 more words

The Detective’s Daughter: Q&A with Lesley Thomson

In Bas Bleu’s Autumn 2016 edition, we featured Lesley Thomson’s mystery The Detective’s Daughter, which our reviewer hailed as “one of those page-turning, satisfying mysteries that may have you canceling plans in favor of staying in to read.” Our readers snapped it up, so we added the other three installments… 1,495 more words

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Craziest Things That Have Happened to You | r/AskReddit

Hi all,

At one point in my life, I had a top post on Reddit. Definitely was when I peaked. LMK if you need proof or whatever. 834 more words

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The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley, by Hannah Tinti*****

 “Everything breaks if you hit it hard enough.”

What would you do to protect those you love the most? Tinti’s epic father-daughter tale has already drawn accolades far and wide. 551 more words

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The Craziest Unsolved Mysteries

Outside of blogging (gotta cater to my audience here :p), some of my favorite things to do in my free time are watch videos, listen to podcasts, and Google various unsolved mysteries. 1,040 more words

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