Author of 'Far Into Yesterday' Verna Clay, is guest blogging today at my blog.
A moving blog about childhood pets - be prepared with tissues at the ready.
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What? Armour for cats?
Yes, you read correctly.
Grace Elliot's latest blog post looks at the work of artist, Jeff de Boer.
A blog no self respecting cat lover will want to miss...follow the link to:…Continue
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A chatterbox is a person who talks ten to the dozen, and in the 18th century a chatter-basket referred to a prattling child....But chatter-broth?
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An ailurophobe is a person with 'an irrational fear or hatred of cats.'
Great ailurophobes from history include; Alexander the Great, Ghengis Khan, Julius Caesar and William Shakespeare.
But perhaps the most interesting ailurophobe was the French Emperor whose fear of felines led him to...well for the story follow the link to Grace Elliot's blog.…Continue
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How often have you uttered, 'Daylight robbery!' under your breath when paying for a shamelessly overpriced, but essential item. But if you stop to reflect on where this saying comes from, you will be surprised to learn its not as obvious as it might seem.
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The word 'chit' originated in the 14th century, meaning a baby animal such as a kitten. Over time this changed and by the 18th century to be called a 'chit' was a derogatory term for a forward and cheeky girl.
So what is a chitterling?
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Have just finished the novel 'Twins Good And Evil ' by Shirley B Nichols
See it on Kindle . Download it to your pc, or many other aps. See you soon. Great Old New Orleans circa 1880 Traditional book. Thanks, check me out:) True , fiction in some ways, but right in the city and times. http://www.eatel.net/~snichols/power.htm
The true story of Trixie, and the Earl of Southampton - incarcerated in the Tower of London for treason. To find out how it ends follow the link to Grace Elliot's blog.Continue
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A really enjoyable book. I loved all the Voodoo and magic in this book. Enjoy! Christina
An Intriguing Novel of Mystery, Romance and the Power of Voodoo
By [http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=Lauren_S._Smith]Lauren S. Smith
Author, Francine Craft has forged new paths in romantic fiction with her new novel, Dying on the Edge: A Romantic Voodoo Mystery, by touching…Continue
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Today is the launch of our new paranormal romance Bound by Blood!
Laurel Mayfield doesn't realize that the man who comes to her aid in a graveyard is none
other than Prince Sebastian Thorn, ruler of the European Territory.
This story is heavy on the romance, light on vampire politics and has
elements of time travel (Tudor court). It's pretty spicy on the
Here's the book jacket blurb:
He was willing to…
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Back in Black, by Lori Foster is a romance novel about Drew Black, the president of an MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) organization, and Gillian Noode, the publicist hired to "clean up" his act. In a side story, fighter Brett Bullman gets entangled with Audrey Porter, founder of WAVS (Women Against Violent Sports). Both couples find themselves caught in the twisted plans of a psychopath who is trying to ruin their… Continue
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