Tag Archives: Books

More Glimpses by Hugh Roberts #newbook #booklaunch

Reblogged from Hugh’s News and Views: Do you believe in fairies at the bottom of the garden? Would you dare steal items from a blind person or send your neighbours on a time-travelling trip full of menace and danger to … Continue reading

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Finding joy…

““And then, right on cue as it were, in walks our angel.” “Oh, you mean the old woman with the radiant face and sparkly eyes.” “Ah ha, you see, even you noticed her radiant face, bit of a giveaway that … Continue reading

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Looking for the Perfect Picture Book for the Kids this Spring? ~ Bette A. Stevens

Reblogged from Bette A. Stevens: AMAZING MATILDA’s got you covered! One concern parents have is how to inspire their children to meet challenges with patience and persistence. This is the plot of the award-winning picture book, AMAZING MATILDA, A Monarchs … Continue reading

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Special Needs Authors and Readers – Noreen Lace interviews Patty Fletcher

Reblogged from Noreen Lace: Hello: Thank you so much for having me on your blog. I’m very glad to be here. As I’ve been reading over the questions you ask, I’ve decided the best way to begin answering them is … Continue reading

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Guest author: Sally Cronin ~ Henry’s Story from Sam, a Shaggy Dog Story

Every so often, I am lucky enough to have Sally from Smorgasbord as my guest. This time she shares a story from her book Sam, a Shaggy Dog Story: Henry’s Story “Okay young’un,” Henry grinned toothlessly. “Time for the next … Continue reading

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Bedtime Stories for Grownups – Felicity Sidnell Reid is Chris Graham’s guest

Reblogged from TRSA: I suppose it says something, possibly profound, about the state of the world, that there are now so many apps available which promise stories that will send the reader or listener to sleep. You can choose to … Continue reading

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Meet Guest Author, Barb Drummond… at TRSA

Reblogged from TRSA: I began writing history via my involvement in a Healthy Walking Initiative. Plans were being made on designing routes to encourage local people to walk around the city, but when I asked why they would do so, … Continue reading

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Sylvan Grade… Stuart France

* Can stone turn to tree or was that just eroded memory? * Yet, if water turns to earth and air and earth to fire and air to water by dint of long forgotten alchemy. * Continue reading at Stuart … Continue reading

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Becoming Human: Exploring the Ethics of Science ~ Mary-Justine Lanyon on Delcroo’s latest book

Reblogged from Baja Moto Quest: Exploring the Ethics of Science By MARY-JUSTINE LANYON Managing Editor Renaissance Man – that term sums up the essence of Running Springs resident Ken Decroo. The retired educator has been a building contractor, a college … Continue reading

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The Melding of Aeris – Excerpt ~ D. Wallace Peach

Reblogged from Myths of the Mirror: Four generations ago, the realms fell to fire. The Burn, the only means of destroying a lush land so manipulated by man that while its crops sated hunger, it poisoned the flesh. Now the … Continue reading

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