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It's That Time of Year

It’s that time of year
when the colors and smells and heat of summer

with lush greens and fragrant flowers
and thick, heavy air

are making way for… 68 more words

Watercolor

Cliques and Koinonia

I hate cliques. I hate them so much. I hate them even more because I’ve been a part of them. It’s galling to realize you’re in one of the groups you’ve always secretly condemned – the group that stands off by itself, silently discouraging all contact. 753 more words

Reflections

Burkini Shurkini. Muslim Woman, You have been judged by your own!

A recent piece by Maajid Nawaz on the burkini ban raises an issue most human and women’s rights crusaders seem to be almost intentionally ignoring in this senseless brouhaha. 1,069 more words

Reflections

My Thoughts on Publishing Companies

A blog reader I’ve interacted with a lot over the last few months got in contact with me this month, they asked me a lot of questions about my thoughts on book publishing. 836 more words

Writing Word Prompt Response

Tomorrow's End a few words from the author Carolyn Page

A few words about Tomorrow’s End by the author herself:

Tomorrow’s End, Dear Ones, welcomes you to find yourself.

If you consider yourself to be a Light Worker; i.e., one who needs to be ever growing, ever developing; you have come home. 260 more words

Sharmishtha Basu

Meet Carolyn Page author of Tomorrow's End

SB @ Indie Adda: Tell us something about yourself. Who are you really? The more you tell the happier we will be.

Carolyn Page: Australian born, I have always felt somewhat different. 636 more words

Sharmishtha Basu