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evelyn-sharenov's picture
May.29.2009
There is nothing - and I mean NOTHING - quite like the feelings that come on the heels of an energizing writers conference!  I spent a week at the...
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diane-chamberlain's picture
May.29.2009
In my last post (which must have set a record for the number of comments on my blog!), several people mentioned two quirks about reading novels that...
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marilyn-kallet's picture
May.29.2009
Tomorrow morning I set out for Paris!  I'll drive to Toulouse, and God willing, find the airport, and parking, and then Easy-jet to Paris.  Once I'm...
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lynn-henriksen's picture
May.29.2009
  I'm adding an ‘R' of my own - "Rethinking" - after my post of May 20th, "The Moods of Memoir." In that post, I referenced Faith...
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linda-jo-hunter's picture
May.29.2009
A beautiful spring day and I am finally free for some wilderness time.I have a goal in mind, but on the way there some ravens alert me to a deer...
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beverley-bie-brahic's picture
May.29.2009
Last night, very cautiously, read Story #2 in Gallant's Paris Stories.  "Irina" it is called. On tenterhooks about the protagonist, Irina,...
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michael-thomas-ford's picture
May.29.2009
Yesterday I was tooling around the interwebs and--in the inexplicable way that these things happen--came across some reviews for a book the title of...
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dale-estey's picture
May.29.2009
Web site is two (2) words and Internet is a capitol idea. body {margin:8px} .tr-field {font:normal x-small arial}http://twitter.com/APStylebook
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eve-kushner's picture
May.29.2009
To “strong-arm” someone, we use threats or intimidation to coerce that person into doing what we want. Well, maybe I shouldn’t say “we.” I like...
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anne-brooke's picture
May.29.2009
I am battling with sickness and hope in this morning's meditation, which possibly isn't a subject fit for such a bright and sunshiny day but here it...
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anovelweblog's picture
Sep.24.2009
People grieve the way they wished to be grieved. At least in my experience. We hold on to the pain for as long as we can because we think that...
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mara-buck's picture
Sep.24.2009
On the subject of goodbyes, I submit a very short passage from my novel HIGHWAY TO OBLIVION which touches on a farewell to an era, to a lifestyle, to...
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adrianne-aron's picture
Sep.24.2009
by Adrianne Aron September 23, 2009, 5:44 pm For this week's theme of Saying Good-bye, two little contributions.  One was sung this morning, 9/23/...
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barbara-boyer's picture
Sep.24.2009
I read "Courage of Fear" very quickly during my recent vacation, and as I turned to the final page, I had such mixed emotions that I...
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lori-gaudet's picture
Sep.24.2009
Bittersweet Good-byes By L. V. Gaudet © September 24/09     Good-byes are ever bittersweet, greeted with a mixture of regret and anticipation.  Good-...
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ron-lavalette's picture
Sep.24.2009
Oh and it’s so sudden that short walk, that busy first moment on board: look down the aisle for a place to sit stash the bag in the overhead dig out...
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chariss-walker's picture
Sep.24.2009
            I was unable to go to the funeral and that nearly broke my heart. He was the first person I had ever loved outside of family. We had been...
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laurianne-macdonald's picture
Sep.24.2009
The first time I came across my convictions regarding forgiveness was not a pretty thing. Well, actually, she was, sitting there in all her...
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teresa-burns-gunther's picture
Sep.24.2009
When my son was an infant, I’d lay in bed at night, my husband beside me warm and lost to the deepest of sleep, while I listened for the sound of our...
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michelle-chambers's picture
Sep.24.2009
Well hello everyone. I’m new to Red room and have not really had the opportunity to spend much time on the site since I joined, as my computer...
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