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It is not by coincidence that some of my most treasured, heartfelt reads have the word "Soul" in the title. Sandra Carrington-Smith's debut novel, "Housekeeping for the Soul" is no exception. For those of you who are living your Soul's calling, "Housekeeping for the Soul...
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The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint Exupery I just finished The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint Exupery.  Although I have read this story many times since childhood, still, it is one of the most haunting books I’ve ever read.  To this very day, it brings on a flood of emotions I still struggle...
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When writing takes you on a journey to the unknown, are you aware? If you are fortunate, you become the vessel for the story. It seeps through your psyche. You can’t stop thinking about your characters, your discoveries, or their world.  You become engrossed with their characteristics, you wonder...
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  Breaking Into Soul is the story of a young girl, Blossom Sterling.  She was born with “the veil,” an inheritance of her ancestors, mysterious and legendary “gift of sight.”  For those of you who do not know what the veil is, it is a thin membrane which covers the face of a baby at birth. It...
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Breaking Into Soul
Hello Red Room Authors and Writers!  Thank you for reading my blog.  Tonight is my first night blogging, thanks to the encouraging words of Ivory Madison, who had been amazingly supportive of my success as a first time novelist.  I am truly grateful to be on this journey.  I am a self-published...
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