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Changing Styles

Normally, when I post here, I post about family-related topics. Today, I going to talk about something I seldom discuss: writing. I don’t mind answering questions about writing. It’s my favorite hobby. For me to write about writing, though, is a step out of my comfort zone. On this blog, we often discuss writing in […]

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It’s Moonlight and Magnolias time in Atlanta

by Maxine Davis It’s that time of year again.  The Moonlight an Magnolias Conference will be October 10-12 and offers so much on so many levels.  The often-published author and the to-be published author has more from which to select than they can do in three days. Yes, there are workshops, speakers, editors, agents, and […]

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Is Half a NaNo Better Than No NaNo? by Sia Huff

Everywhere I turn lately, I see NaNo…blurbs, emails, blogs, articles, even classes. Yes, there are now classes on how to prepare for NaNo. For those of you who aren’t aware, NaNo is short for National Novel Writing Month. http://nanowrimo.org/ A writing challenge of 50,000 words in 30 days. In the past, I’ve always balked. November […]

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When The Goal Is Big Enough

By: Sandra Elzie Ever heard the old clichés, “Mind Over Matter” “Where The Rubber Meets The Road” “When There’s A Will, There’s A Way” ? Well, I suggest that there are situations where people in life…and especially people like the military and sports enthusiasts… know all of these… and a few more.  In order to […]

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Trini Cuisine by Constance Gillam

  I wanted to mention the cuisine on Trinidad and Tabago in this last post. Trinidad has primarily two ethnic groups, Africans and South Asians. Whites make up less than one percent of the population. The cuisine reflects the tastes of these two majority groups. Like all Caribbean islands the fruits and nuts are numerous. There are […]

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New Adult: In review

by Carol Burnside I’ve been on a reading glut the last few months. I read a slew of American historical romances, then I discovered New Adult romances. Oh my gawd, the angst! But, I mean, that’s realistic, right? I remember being college age and just beyond, where everything that happened in life seemed bigger, highs […]

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