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jean-m-fogle's picture
Nov.28.2008
Friday, November 28, 2008 Haiku Friday! Dawn's light comes later Day's hours flee so quickly Night lingers longer
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rosy-cole's picture
Nov.28.2008
            Excerpt from THE WOLF AND THE LAMB, Book One of the Berkeley Trilogy. It takes place around mid-December,...
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anne-brooke's picture
Nov.28.2008
A lovely surprise today when I realised that my brother-in-law has read Thorn in the Flesh, liked it and put a review up on his blog on 26 November...
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stacy-ann-nyikos's picture
Nov.28.2008
After the stellar, cake-stealing, can’t-get-better-than-this Saturday I had, I couldn’t believe that Sunday would still hold surprises in store for...
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tim-wise's picture
Nov.28.2008
Recently, after a presentation to teachers about racial bias in high school curricula, I got into a tiny spat with an instructor who objected to my...
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terry-spear's picture
Nov.28.2008
I usually try to post early, but I've been busy catching up on students' lessons. Then it's weeding the garden, and setting up the tree and...
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pauline-rowson's picture
Nov.28.2008
In Cold Daylight was published in Poland today. Renamed Fire And Water ( Ogien i Woda) this is the second of my marine mystery crime novels to be...
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dale-estey's picture
Nov.28.2008
    Never really believing that there can be bad sex, I was surprised to find that there is a "Bad Sex in Fiction Award", and that it...
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scott-c-holstad's picture
Nov.28.2008
I'm blogging today for no reason.  I've got nothing to say, so I'm saying it.  Regarding my last post, thanks for the comments and the advice.  I...
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Nov.28.2008
My wife, who has worn corrective lenses since childhood, begins her day by reaching for her glasses before getting out of bed. I count myself lucky...
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former member's picture
Feb.06.2009
by former member
Dear Readers:      I came across this article on Nathan Bransford's blog: http://nathanbransford.blogspot.com/2009/02/emergency-you-tell-me-king-v...
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Feb.06.2009
by former member
Dear Readers:      When I came across this article: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/29035047/ about a 60-year-old woman giving birth to twins, I was...
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cathy-bryant's picture
Feb.06.2009
(See pic at blog site) I wish this picture was my hands during the self-editing process. (My hands did look like this during NaNoWriMo, when I was...
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former member's picture
Feb.05.2009
by former member
This is filler. There IS and end to the Paxil dialogues, but I don't want to post it, not yet. Frankly, it is too personal. It's too family, too...
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former member's picture
Feb.05.2009
by former member
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/129770
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former member's picture
Feb.05.2009
by former member
The Gay Alphabet. "This is an art project that explores what a recruitment campaign might look like..."
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former member's picture
Feb.05.2009
by former member
Shit's gettin' way too complicated for me 1. Barack Obama puts some salty language (in quotations attributed to others) in his memoir Dreams of My...
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vivian-mcinerny's picture
Feb.05.2009
There's at least one good thing about the sexual scandal surrounding the mayor of Portland: Reporters have stopped navel gazing about the sorry state...
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meilin-miranda's picture
Feb.05.2009
Radiant: A flash of black hair and Tremontine red flew by in the dance; it was Allis Obby, the Embodiment of Neya, she realized. Allis was stunning...
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former member's picture
Feb.05.2009
by former member
A high school teacher's account of an LSD trip he didn't mean to take.  Intentionally dosed by a student in his class (during a field trip away from...
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