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It was a Dark and Stormy Sunday Afternoon

by Christina Lay

I’ve written about how I tend to be a fast writer, a “panster” who plunges ahead at a furious pace and sorts it all out in an excruciating second draft. 805 more words

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So, Mrs. Lincoln, how was your book?

Whenever I visit a Stately Home (or anybody else’s), one of the first things that I look at are the bookcases. The books in those bookcases are very revealing about the owner’s personal tastes. 337 more words

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Platypi and Hebrews

You can pop over here today to read the devotion I contributed to Journey On Today. You’ll also see how I related my intrigue of platypi with Hebrews.

Faith

Kung halaman ka, ano ka?

Makahiya para sa tuwing magpaparamdam ka di mo na ako masasaktan dahil sa unang hawak mo palang, tumiklop na ako. 7 more words

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Mucus or mucous?

I haven’t posted a Troublesome Pair for ages but I’ve had this one up my sleeve (erm, no, I haven’t, that would be disgusting!) for ages and hadn’t got round to posting it. 114 more words

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Reblog: If Women Wrote Men the Way Men Write Women

Reblogged from McSweeney’s.net

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OCTOBER 25, 2016

IF WOMEN WROTE MEN THE WAY MEN WRITE WOMEN

MEG ELISON

There is a particular look about a teenage boy that lets you know what kind of man he’ll be. 1,081 more words

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