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Most-Recently-Motivated to Write About
- AJ Brown Explores the Darker Side of Humanity
- Sail Away with this Author on Finn’s Ship!
- J. P. Catton Re-Imagines Frankenstein!
- Air Cancer Flight 102: C is for …
- T. C. Isbell Tells of Double Agents, Espionage, and Revenge!
- Welcome to The Family Zoo!
- Meet Author and Publisher Jen Talty
- Captain! Do Something About This Turbulence!
- A to Z Challenge: B is for …
- Cozy Up with Author Tonya Kappes’ Fiction … and More!
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Category Archives: Paying it Forward
Several weeks ago, fellow blogger Ann surprised me when she presented me with The Versatile Blogger Award. I say “surprised” because I haven’t been blogging for long and, even more so, because I’ve viewed some wonderful blogs that bore The … Continue reading →
Oh Happy Day! My ship has come in! How did I ever get so lucky? This morning, Dear Reader, I was informed by e-mail, that most secure and private of all forms of mail, that if only I will provide … Continue reading →
Future planning takes on a different dimension and a bit more urgency when one is ill; however, the creation of a personal Bucket List is something I prefer to categorize as an unaccomplished New Year’s Resolution of many years’ standing … Continue reading →
I liken this bureaucratic nightmare journey — this sometimes insufferable quest that I have been on to finally achieve the cancer treatment prescribed for me two months ago — to an unplanned trek through the Himalayas. When first you are … Continue reading →