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sal-corrente's picture
Aug.09.2012
The next volume of the Boochi Malloochi series is coming soon! Get ready for the next step in Boochi's adventure! Finding the treasure in the sand was only the first step in her journey. She will soon learn all about the family it belonged to, and how many different doors she has opened....
mayra-calvani's picture
Jul.04.2012
Chris Karslen was born and raised in Chicago. Her father was a history professor and her mother was, and is, a voracious reader. She grew up with a love of history and books. Her parents also loved travelling, a passion they passed onto her. Karslen wanted to see the place she read about, see...
rebecca-ryals-russell's picture
Oct.09.2011
Have you ever wondered whether dragons really existed at some time on Earth? I mean, if you take a good look at some of the newest dinosaur fossil finds it’s not that far a stretch to imagine that once upon a time those magnificent beasts soared over the hills and dales of our lands. After all,...
hasmukh-amathalal's picture
Oct.04.2011
Lazy person   Nothing goes to lazy person Who watches across high seas with reasons? Does nothing but waits for hidden treasures To strike at shore in near future   Nothing may be available by simply watching Yield can only be in hand by catching One needs to touch rising tidal waves...
patricia-struntz's picture
Mar.30.2011
There he is, only a few hours old, stealing away my heart. He does it quietly with soft grunts and squeaks –and quick little breaths inside his warm blanket, making my cradling arms simultaneously weak and as strong as iron. Welcome tiny grandson! Your mama is radiant, your dad casual in his...
jacqueline-mackenzie's picture
Feb.10.2011
I like to write because I like to be in my home in Central Mexico where my nonprofit is doing charity work that I throughly enjoy. I am a volunteer teacher of English in a marginalized village where I reside. The idea of leaving my family, the local Mexican children, my dogs, and special needs...
lynn-henriksen's picture
Oct.31.2010
Grey some say. I always spell it gray, so I guess that means I'm one of those wayward Americans, which I am proud to be!—I’m told the King’s English uses an “e” to spell gray. Either way, gray or grey can be dispiriting. Would Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue have connected so powerfully with music...
sherrie-theriault's picture
Oct.30.2010
October 30     On a Half-shell in Front of Tiffany’s   Pretty petty pearls wait in oysters more perturbed than annoyed.  I string my tears for the sake of posterity leaving the dreams to fend for themselves.  I am nothing if not splendidly prepared for a life less steeped in wishes...
tony-taddei's picture
Sep.09.2010
Somewhere in this country there is a treasure waiting for us and because we are Americans we will find it.   It is rusty and it is old.   It has hardly ever been used though heartily has it been loved.   It is caked with the patina of earth and wind and washed with a temper of sea water and sun and...
vicki-nikolaidis's picture
Jan.28.2010
Sometimes being a grown up is a bit boring, so that is a good time to write a fairy tale. I’ve started playing with a fairy tale idea. I’m sharing some of my beginning of telling the tale with you.   (Parts I and II)   I The Princess writes to the Prince Dear Prince R . . ., I greet you so far...