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My Dearest Love,

It’s stormy today; thunder and rain – the breeze is breathing romance. I opened the windows that Mother Nature’s fragrances can linger within our home. 143 more words



“As ordinary as it all appears, there are times when it is beyond my imagination. There are times I am bewildered by each mile I have traveled, each meal I have eaten, each person I have known, each room in which I have slept.” ~ Jhumpa Lahiri, The Third and Final Continent…

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Road Trip

Prof. Elizabeth Geoghegan's Natural Disasters

Natural Disasters: Stories is the title of the latest work by Professor Elizabeth Geoghegan.  Released on Amazon.com on August 17, 2014, Natural Disasters has already received high ratings by Amazon customers, who have been drawn into the dual stories that deal with the theme of obsessive love set against the backdrop of a dark and chaotic Bangkok. 22 more words

Creative Writing

Labor Day - A Time For Rest and Reflection

Labor Day weekend – a time to rest from our labors. Resting is very important so don’t forget to do it now and then. Here is a poem in honor of resting. 161 more words

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I wanted to introduce a new blogging friend, Michael. I had written a dedication recently for the help he's been offering via information for getting well. I hope you'll drop by and say hello.

Free Genealogy Forms

So you want to plan out your characters ahead of time, but you don’t know where to start? Maybe you are writing an epic about a family, but you are having trouble keeping all the aunts and uncles separate. 136 more words


Why Writing Is Dangerous--And How That's A Good Thing

There’s a few characteristics you’ll need to be a successful author. You’ll need to be creative and curious, daring and driven. Perhaps most importantly, you’ll need some natural talent and the desire to be the best writer you can possibly be. 1,278 more words


Bottoms Up

“When I’ve painted a woman’s bottom so that I want to touch it, then is finished.” Pierre Auguste Renoir (1841–1919).

Last October, two-thirds of the way through a desperately messy first-ish draft of… 906 more words