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10 Questions: Author Julie Gilbert

I’m very happy to welcome Julie Gilbert to my  inaugural launch of “10 Questions” author interviews, which will post every Wednesday (possibly more often). Julie writes in a wide range of genres, including Children’s and Young Adult, science fiction, fantasy, poetry, … Continue reading

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My Passion for Writing and Cooking

  I’ve always loved to write. I remember my “what I did for summer vacation” assignment in 3rd grade that turned into a multi-page story with illustrations. And from there, I continued to write in journals, take creative writing classes, … Continue reading

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The Nameless Soldier by Annie Douglass Lima

The Nameless Soldier is book 4 in the Annals of Alasia young adult fantasy series. Haven’t read all (or any) of the others? That’s okay! The books can be read in any order, and each one can stand on its … Continue reading

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Good News Blog Fest: A Reward for Kindness #WATWB

It’s time for another We Are the World Blogfest #WATWB, started by Damyanti Biswas. In light of all the tragic, political, warring news we typically hear from around the world, Damyanti Biswas asked bloggers to highlight a news story that … Continue reading

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Fictional Character ~ Theme #AtoZ

Originally posted on Silvia Writes:
Character is everything We build character in kids from a young age, because real-life character is everything. What about fiction? The way I see it, fiction contains three elements that divide into many other, but…

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Good News Blog Fest: Trust for Public Land

I missed Friday’s post for the We Are the World Blogfest #WATWB that was started by Damyanti Biswas to share good news around the world. But here, now, is my good news! I didn’t know about the Trust for Public Land until … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: Relevant History

Thank you to Suzanne Adair for inviting me as a guest on her blog Relevant History. Issues at the forefront of the news today—immigration and race, religion, and the treatment of women—were also important factors that, in 1775, helped shape … Continue reading

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Good News Blog Fest: The Unlikely Librarian

It’s time for another We Are the World Blogfest #WATWB, started by Damyanti Biswas. In light of all the tragic, political, warring news we typically hear from around the world, Damyanti Biswas asked bloggers to highlight a news story that … Continue reading

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Good News Blog: Plant It Forward

“My heart had been changed. And my life was probably going to change.” I’m very excited about the We Are the World Blogfest #WATWB, and I want to thank Damyanti Biswas for inviting me to participate. For the blogfest, in light of … Continue reading

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Would You Join in the We Are the World Blogfest? #WATWB #WriteBravely

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