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Hope Springs Eternal...

And so all my hopes and prayers and sweat and tears have finally roiled themselves into the story that forms my first published novel, There is Love… 125 more words


Why "Failed" Writing is not a failure

It happens to all of us. To everyone who creates and composes words for pages and screens. Something that we want to work, ends up with some sort of fatal self-critique that permanently keeps it out of the eyes of readers. 403 more words

Notes From The Frogpond

Mithriel MacKay and Her Life Changing Career

Her life changing career

The dream was born

Out there on the open waters by the Georges Island off the coast of Massachusetts a dream was born based on curiosity. 1,261 more words

Writing Work

Study Abroad Will Land Me A Job?

By: Xamara L Maisonet

Finding a good job these days is like participating in a triathlon, where the competition is hard and has multiple obstacles. What could be the key ingredient that can put you in front of the race? 827 more words

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Summer Jobs Search Went Cold?

Maybe Look in Alaska

Is that time of the year , fishing poles are lined up on boats, restaurants are roaring with guests and tour companies are ready to show the world what The Last Frontier State has to offer. 574 more words

Writing Work

2007 Vintage: Sip 11

Inevitably, we come to the end. I like to think my back-then self ended up in a slightly better place than when she started this series of entries four days earlier. 63 more words

Immigrant Life

2007 Vintage: Sip 10

In the second to last instalment of this series, our heroine gets some much needed bed rest, and starts to make tentative plans for self-rehabilitation, which definitely involves binge-watching Oprah and may or may not include undergoing the lemonade cleanse.

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Immigrant Life