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robert-todd-felton's picture
Dec.15.2008
This just in from the Passports with a Purpose effort on behalf of Heifer International.  I'm sending three of my books to a lucky winner and have...
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kim-michele-richardson's picture
Dec.15.2008
Another of my shiny shares.  A Victorian friendship-treasure ball.  And one of my prized family traditions.    I came across these many many years...
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louise-marley's picture
Dec.15.2008
It's a strange state for a writer to be in. One book is done. The next proposal is almost finished. And the mind wanders through the possibilities...
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diane-chamberlain's picture
Dec.15.2008
I'm reading The Hour I First Believed by Wally Lamb. Love, love, love this book. (Don't tell me how it ends--I'm not done yet!). At more than 700...
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diana-pharaoh-francis's picture
Dec.15.2008
Hey folks!  In a very fun interview, Thorn (main character of The Black Ship) is interviewed by the former demon Jezebel over at Cat and Muse.  It's...
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jessica-barksdale-inclan's picture
Dec.15.2008
One of the magazines I often love and often feel I need to love is Harper's.  I've been reading it for years, but most everyone who writes for it is...
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robert-gray's picture
Dec.15.2008
we don’t needtrees and snowangelsor even lakes or mountainsto see into the life of thingsi’ve stood on the edgeof the grand canyonin springbreathless...
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terry-spear's picture
Dec.15.2008
Isn't it like that when you submit a new story for consideration? For an agent to look at your request? An editor? Well, today is the day I'm waiting...
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rosy-cole's picture
Dec.15.2008
She went to the Oratorio - Handel's setting of Alexander's Feast, at Covent Garden and says that on taking her seat in the balcony-box she was almost...
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jennifer-lyn-king's picture
Dec.15.2008
Last Sunday, the sun shone bright though the weather here in Ohio was frigid and snow covered the ground. At church that morning, the stained glass...
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former member's picture
Feb.25.2009
by former member
Dear Readers:     For those of you who watched the Oscars this year like myself, it was probably one of the most boring Oscars that I've ever seen....
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cathy-bryant's picture
Feb.25.2009
My obsessive-compulsive, type-A, perfectionistic personality has struck again. What a learning process. Not only am I learning a glut of information...
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gianna-roa's picture
Feb.25.2009
Publishing is synonymous to getting that copyright for protecting your book which is why it is highly important to publish it. If you are looking for...
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cat-connor's picture
Feb.25.2009
Yesterday I noticed an unusually funky smell in the kitchen. I knew I recognized it, but just in case, I blamed the rubbish bin in the laundry... so...
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meilin-miranda's picture
Feb.25.2009
Things Known and Unknown: Late in the morning the next day, Twenna awoke. She didn’t remember where she was until she looked up and saw the dark red...
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former member's picture
Feb.24.2009
by former member
A single nutrient may have turned early humans into civilized man. Has stripping it from our diet given rise to cancer, diabetes, and other civilized...
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bill-denham's picture
Feb.24.2009
I am still engaged in my endless pursuit of understanding how it is we human beings manage to do as much or more harm in our lives as good. My...
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former member's picture
Feb.24.2009
by former member
The San Francisco Chronicle to suffer deep cuts and possibly closure. Noting an acceleration of long-standing losses, Hearst is taking drastic steps...
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former member's picture
Feb.24.2009
by former member
"Once every 48 years, forests of the bamboo known as Melocanna baccifera go into exuberant flower in parts of northeast India [a process called...
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vivian-mcinerny's picture
Feb.24.2009
Shannon Gee’s aerial act, a combination of classical ballet and erotic pole dance moves she calls "pole en pointe," celebrates, redefines...
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Red Room Blogs banner photograph (at the top of the page) is of writer Ernest Hemingway with Lady Duff Twysden, Hadley Hemingway, and three unidentified people at a cafe in Pamplona, Spain, during the Fiesta of San Fermin in July 1925; photograph used courtesy of the Ernest Hemingway Collection, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston.