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Today’s writing prompt:  Write about a “first.”  It can be a first job, kiss, car, or anything.  It can even be a first that hasn’t happen yet.   17 more words

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Write On, Wednesday: Meet Margaret McMullan of EVERY FATHER'S DAUGHTER

By Leslie Lindsay

“What is it about the relationship between fathers and daughters that provokes so much exquisite tenderness, satisfying communion, longing for more, idealization from both ends, followed often if not inevitably by disappointment, hurt, and the need to understand and forgive, or to finger the guilt of not understanding and loving enough?” 937 more words

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Awareness Wednesday: Experts Drs. Nadeau and Quinn Speak about AD/HD in Girls & their Updated Book

By Leslie Lindsay

I *might* have once considered myself a quasi-expert when it came to girls with AD/HD, after all, I am raising a bright, beautiful, super-creative 10 year old daughter addled with distractibility, impulsivity, skinned knees, and an aptitude for art. 1,550 more words

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There Are Places I Remember

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Years ago when it all began, I had just been hanging out on the fringe of finding that third part of my three fold path. 1,552 more words

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Write On , Wednesday: Meet Sarah McCoy of THE MAPMAKER'S CHILDREN (Crown, May 2015)

By Leslie Lindsay

“The old house on Apple Hill Lane shuddered against the weighty snow that burdened its pitch. The ancient beams moaned their secret pains to the wintering doves in the attic…” 1,968 more words

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Write On, Wednesday: Meet Alexandra Robbins of THE NURSES: A Year with the Heroes Behind the Hospital Curtain

By Leslie Lindsay

Happy National Nurses Week! As many of you know, I’m a former R.N.-turned-book-enthusiast. Wait—I’ve always loved books. So when the combination of one of the world’s most vital—and dangerous—professions pairs with investigative journalism, I’m all over it. 759 more words

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Write On, Wednesday: Author Deborah Lincoln Talks about AGNES CANON'S WAR, historical fiction, discipline & more

By Leslie Lindsay

You can’t not love Agnes Canon. Fiercely independent and strong, she loves books—and hates corsets. Folded beneath the cover—stunningly simple yet evocative landscape with Agnes front and center—unfurls a truly amazing story of Missouri during the Civil War. 1,676 more words

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