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My Heart Weeps

Hello Everyone, It feels good to be back. I have not posted anything from myself on my Walk On Blog in ages, and it is about time that I started posting again.Once a month, I will feature women we have forgotten about as I have done in the past on this blog and also share …

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Especially for Writers

Originally posted on 777 Peppermint Place:
Hello Everyone, For all writers, inspiration from quotes posted on the website of 777 Peppermint Place. Have a great week. Shalom aleichem, Patricia 777 Peppermint Place View original post

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Especially for Writers

Originally posted on 777 Peppermint Place:
For all of the writers pondering over the feasibility of writing, here are some  words of encouragement from 777 Peppermint Place. Have a great week. Shalom, Patricia 777 Peppermint Place View original post

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A Somewhat Other Mother’s Day by Pat Garcia

Two Thousand One, War on Planet Earth began, Step by step, Country by country, From east to west, And north to south, Culture fighting culture, Tradition struggling tradition, Religion prodding religion, Race killing race, Nationality prevaricating nationality, Men predating women, Power strangling, Dictators glorified, Women pained, Children borne, Bombs blasted in the air, People died. …

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Viewpoint: Precedent Historical Repetition

History is repeating itself. The age of Humanism is slowly marching off the world stage, but what comes next?   Precedent historical repetition says that sooner or later another nation will rise. After all, the human race has lived through the rise and fall of many great nations. History is repeating itself. The situation among the …

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Viewpoint: A Commentary on Christmas

The woman was heavy laden with child, and her husband looked at her with concern. Of course, he had to go. The census was mandatory. As he regarded his wife, he knew the journey would not be easy. What is a few hundred miles or kilometers today? Catch a train to Hamburg from Frankfurt, Germany, …

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Viewpoint: Friday, Thirteen November 2015

A Civil War founded upon religious beliefs and how people should live has spread itself to the European Continent. What happened in Paris, France, was a battle, and an act of war carried out by the Islamic State. That we refused to take the declaration of war seriously in 2014 has resulted in the mass, …

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Poem by an Unknown Soldier Written During WWII

Originally posted on Sarah's Bookshelf:
Today’s post is a little different. As Rememberance Sunday, I thought I should post something topical, something that will allow us to remember those who died, and what they fought for.? _________________________ Stay with me God, the night is dark! The night is cold; my little spark Of courage…

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Monday Funnies with AUNTY ACID…

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Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Morning Everyone, Aunty Acid is at it again. I love her wisdom on dealing with the obstacles of life, especially when you’re thrown a curve ball. So whatever life throws at you today, duck so it hits someone else. You don’t have to stand there and take it. You don’t have to start your week …

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The Seventy-Nine-Words Story Challenge

  Hello Everyone, I don’t know when it happen, but I remember reading the MONDAY FUNNIES, one morning and bursting out with laughter. I was hooked on the funnies. Laughter is not typical for me before eleven a.m. If you ask the people very close to me, they will tell you, Pat is usually unapproachable …

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Marcha's Two-Cents Worth

Random ponderings on the state of the Universe

From the Pen of Mae Clair

Suspense/mystery author supporting other authors, and sharing folklore

Archer's Aim

The speculative fiction of P. H. Solomon

Love2write

Choose A side before the side Chooses you.

Deidra Alexander's Blog

I have people to kill, lives to ruin, plagues to bring, and worlds to destroy. I am not the Angel of Death. I'm a fiction writer.

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The Critiquing Chemist

Literary Analysis derived from an Analytical Chemist

Stories & Movement

The Sum of a Life

Fiora Books

Cherish the written word.

Life As I Know It

My Life, My Story, My Journey

RAVE REVIEWS BY NONNIE JULES

Honest Reviews Make an Author's World Go Round

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Angel of Death and Souls, A Novel

Writing, Reading, and the Pursuit of Dreams

My self-publishing journey and other literary moments

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Novelist of YA Coming of Age Love Stories with a Paranormal Twist

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Author, Writing Coach, Speaker

Roaming About

A Life Less Ordinary

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blah blah and so on...

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Fantasy and more

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Brazil Expat Guide

ABROAD WRITERS' CONFERENCE

An International Literary Salon fused together with Award-Winning Authors and Instructors, Luscious Food and Wine, Thought Provoking Issues of our Time and Long-lasting Friendships

Live Write Thrive

Insights, inspiration, and practical advice for writers

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Progress on A Round of Words in 80 Days

Did Jesus have a Facebook Page?

Christianity 0ut of the Box

Sacred Touches

Life is a time of purpose and anointed blossoming...

Rosie Amber

Book Reviewer, Avid Reader and Bookworm. Campaigning to link more readers to writers.

Chapter TK

Question Everything

Grover's Manse

Christian. Wife. Homeschooling Mom of One. Crocheter. Soap Maker. Rabid Pittsburgh Steelers Fan. Genealogy Junky. Welcome to My Adventures.

The Globe Turner

Destinations Real & Literary

The Owl Lady

PA, Indie Author and Blogger

mikesteeden

THE DRIVELLINGS OF TWATTERSLEY FROMAGE

freeze frame fiction

for flights of flash fiction fancy

Juggling Writer

Living life through words and balls.

April Bradley

“Let your fiction grow out of the land beneath your feet.” ― Willa Cather

Life's Little Surprises

A look at the little surprises that show up in our lives.

fictionwriterwithablog

The Rough Draft

Byrdwords' Blog

Hopefully a good read of good old-fashioned stories. Enjoy.

Serins Sphere

Serins has left the building

Natasha Orme

Writer, Reader & Lover of Words

The sea and me

Dr. K. A. Acharya

Vix stories

Exploring Fiction Writing

sherriemiranda1

The Wonderful World of Writing!

Angels Bark

a blog about dogs and life

ultimatemindsettoday

A great WordPress.com site

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