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What Did You Plant In Your Garden ... Today?

What Did You Plant In Your Garden ... Today?By Gloria Faye Brown Bates/aka Granny GeeGloria Faye Brown Bates/aka Granny Gee .....What did you plant in your …See More
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DrGlen Hepker posted a blog post

What are those benevolent and sparkling spine-tingling/shivering feelings REALLY about?

Why would I address this? Please check it out and share your thoughts (and just to be certain, I am NOT in any way referring to anything sexual). And PLEASE know that the spirit of this commentary is in NO WAY elitist or to purposely/blindly speak of things ‘out in left field,’ or ANY such thing. I am setting this forth in a benevolent spirit of humility and respect (AND another ‘please,’ i.e., know that it is quite clear that the concepts herein are not in any way a broad part of our Western…See More
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""The Hunger Year" historical novel based on the worst famine of the 19th century. Also blog on Our American Past. LeeConradKemsley.com"
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black tower serial joins kindle unlimited service

The ebook editions of The Black Tower episodes are now available exclusively thru Amazon. The 13 episode serial joined the Kindle Unlimited subscription service, which allows customers to read as many books in the program as they want. Links and info on the Black Tower book page on greybeard publishing See More
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Children's Books and YA

This group is for those writers, agents and editors interested in children's books and books for young adults. Please share your insights and experiences as well as your questions. This is a very unique genre that has its own set of protocols. See More
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 Poetry is the universal language which the heart holds with nature and itself. William Hazlitt (An English writer who died in 1830)See More
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