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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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An Invitation from Charles French

Reblogged from Charles French: I am again asking for those who would like to join the U.L.S.,the Underground Library Society, to join and write a guest post. In an earlier First Year Class at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, PA, The … Continue reading

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Janice Spina interviews Sally Cronin…

Reblogged from Jem’s books… and look out for a guest post by Sally here later today! Sally Cronin Please help me welcome, author Sally Cronin, to Jemsbooks.blog Segment, Interview an Author. Sally is a dear online friend who is a … Continue reading

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A Call For Guest Posts for the ULS, The Underground Library Society ~ Charles French

Reblogged from Charles French: Hello to everyone! I recently had an excellent guest post from Josh Gross, a wonderful blogger. I am sending out a request to anyone who would like to join the ULS, the Underground Library Society, and … Continue reading

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Janice Spina interviews author Marcia Meara

Reblogged from Jem’s Books:   MARCIA MEARA Please welcome author Marcia Meara to Jemsbooks Blog Author Interview Segment. Thank you, Marcia, for coming today. Lovely to be here today, Janice! Thanks so much for having me. I’ll step aside so … Continue reading

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The Only Comma Rules You’ll Ever Need! = Virginia Anderson

Reblogged from Just Can’t Help Writing: Commas are among my favorite tools for building meaning. Used intelligently, commas are wonderful signposts that tell readers which part of a sentence they’ve stumbled into—and then help them make their way out again. … Continue reading

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