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tim-wise's picture
May.04.2009
In ancient times, when plagues or widespread epidemics would descend upon a community, it was somewhat common for those in the vicinity of the crisis...
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pat-montandon's picture
May.03.2009
In spite of a week of loss when the last of my four sisters passed away, there have also been abundant rays of sunlight. As I gird myself for heart...
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brenda-webster's picture
May.03.2009
Writing a play is sapping my energy to blog. I am so fascinated by this new medium. Already with my last novel Vienna Triangle, I was getting tired...
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steven-robert-travers's picture
May.03.2009
On Tuesday night at Book Passage in Corte Madera, the Miller twins will sign EITHER YOU'RE IN OR YOU'RE IN THE WAY at 7 PM.  The next night,...
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stephen-evans's picture
May.03.2009
 is harder to write than the first (When second novels go bad). So I have decided to write my third novel next and leave the second for later. 
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jeanne-powell's picture
May.03.2009
(c) 2009 Jeanne Powell"My Big Adventure"all rights reserved   "Come up to Point Arena and read for me."  OK, why not?  Even though I...
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amy-d-shojai's picture
May.03.2009
Heavens to murgatroyd...it's been NOVEMBER since I last posted. And I've got to tell you, God has a seriously wicked sense of humor. My last entry...
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mark-f-dewitt's picture
May.03.2009
The focus of Gladwell's public policy prescriptions for equal opportunity is K-12 public education. In the last full chapter, he brings the...
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steven-robert-travers's picture
May.03.2009
This appears to be Pentecost, two years from now. Brother Harold Camping is over 80; a radio prophet who says on this date The Lord Jesus Christ will...
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arlene-goldbard's picture
May.03.2009
It's been an astoundingly busy time: I've inhaled a giant lungful of the air of possibility concerning cultural recovery, exhaling endless pro bono...
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amy-anderson's picture
Aug.26.2009
Ok, have you seen the movie Elf with Will Ferrell in it? If you have you must know the very best scene ever made in any film. You know what I am...
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kate-sherrod's picture
Aug.26.2009
I am a single girl who feels a bit ambiguous about the ongoing desirability of this state. I love the freedom and the lack of smelly socks to pick up...
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jennifer-kathleen-gibbons's picture
Aug.26.2009
Ellie Greenwich died today at the age of sixty-eight.  You might not know her name, but I'm betting you know her music. People have always said I've...
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alicia-villasenor's picture
Aug.26.2009
I was never close to him. I met him twice so I can't say that his death has greatly effected me with saddness. I know his name, that he was my great...
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candie-white's picture
Aug.26.2009
Sometimes it’s hard to be funny in a world that is either ultra sensitive or ultra cold. Especially when you really want to laugh. I certainly...
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linda-spear's picture
Aug.26.2009
Revenge was not my usual style—I always thought there’s no payback in it for me except, perhaps all the expected remorse or guilt.  That’s why what I...
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debra-snider's picture
Aug.26.2009
How I wish it were possible to meet other people's behavior in kind without having to think of oneself as equally churlish. It irritates me to feel...
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barry-eva's picture
Aug.26.2009
A Book and a Chat with "Randy Sue Coburn" Join with Randy Sue Coburn, journalist, screenplay writer and author, as we discuss her life,...
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mary-wilkinson's picture
Aug.26.2009
The first issue of Sunset Magazine arrived in the post this morning. I subscribed to it weeks ago in a moment of desperation and promptly forgot...
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anovelweblog's picture
Aug.26.2009
Everyone called him “Red,” even though he had been bald since his early twenties. The nickname was from when he was a young man with flaming red hair...
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