Taking the P**s – The Strange History of Urine.
For centuries people have used urine for its medicinal purpose – I kid you not! August person’s such as Pliny (the Roman author) was an advocate of treating burns, ear pus and head sores with urine, whilst Aristotle, (the Greek philosopher) reportedly rubbed urine into his scalp as a treatment for baldness. (Perhaps it…Continue
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I wanted to share this question by Delaney Diamond. He owes me Jewerly. Here is my response.
1. He owes me jewelry for having to put up with his aggrivating mother.
2. He owes me jewelry for having to entertain his Red Neck friends who are not so smart .
3. He owes me jewelry when I have to give up my vacation to entertain his grown children who just popped in for a long extended visit without calling us…
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I read all the time about writers who do what they love full time. I think I might envy them more than anyone else. So many times I want to sit down and write but I have a million things to do for work (none of which I really want to do, unfortunately). I don't hate my job as much as I don't love it anywhere as much as I do writing.
But by the time I get home from work, I'm exhausted and still have to prepare for the next day's lectures so writing has to take a backseat. That said,…
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Head over to my blog at http://dragonflyy419.wordpress.com/ to read a review of a fantasy novel with a tough lead female character who is a demon assassin. Click on the picture or the following link:…Continue
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April 23, 2011. The date of the official launch of RIVERSONG.
There have been few days in my life I've anticipated, looked forward to, dreamt about, as much as the publication of my first novel.
I'm the same as most of you - college graduation, my wedding day, the birth of my children, these were all big days. Right up there on the list, however, is the launch of this book. I've written a lot about how much of the journey was difficult -…Continue
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Hello, today the lovely Lindsay is my host over at 'Lindsay's Romantics' where I blog about being a HR addict. I'd love you to pop over and comment about what you love most about HR.
"I’m a historical romance addict! Now if the police had a profile for ‘HR addicts’ then I think it would read:
“Intelligent, sensitive people with…Continue
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Head over to my blog at http://dragonflyy419.wordpress.com/ to read a review of a tale of love and insecurities. Click on the picture or the following link: …Continue
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I came across this quote by Sidney Smith today and it really struck a chord within me. "A great deal of talent is lost to the world for want of a little courage."
This quote does make me wonder how many books that could be written are never written. How many inventions are in the inventor’s mind but do not find their way to an invention for lack of courage? How many dreams are never realized because we are afraid? Are we wasting away our talents?
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According to an Amazon quarterly statement released on 27 January, the Web book store giant is now selling 115 Kindle e-books for every 100 paperbacks. Last year Amazon reported that Kindle editions were outselling…
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FINALIST- TRUE CRIME GENRE
"Fighting the Devil"
A True Story of Consuming Passion, Deadly Poison, and Murder
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