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  • Hello: by Clarence Prince 8/23/2014 6:25:07 AM
    Hello: Good morning and a happy weekend unto you, besides, if somehow you are feeling a little down, donít be troubled, look up to God who is your helper; there is hope, keep the faith! A book is for reading and at times reading can brighten up your ... more

  • Wensleydale Show Report by Carol M Tetlow 8/23/2014 6:21:48 AM
    So, the weather forecast knew what it was talking about. We did have rain, blustery winds and then periods of hot sunshine, so clothes were going on and then being discarded as we strove to acclimatise. It is a truly wonderful show and it was very go... more

  • Show preparations by Carol M Tetlow 8/22/2014 7:59:41 AM
    It's nearly 1800h and time to start the preparations for tomorrow's show. The weather forecast is ambivalent about the prospects, cutting its losses by mentioning rain, sun and cloud. Well, at least one ought to be right. But this does mean taking an... more

  • Three reasons for which you need divorce lawyer Centreville, VA by Austin Gill 8/22/2014 2:08:03 AM
    For the couple and the family involved going through a divorce is very stressful. There may be times when you might not settle for a common point and it is then that you will need help from the divorce lawyer Centreville, VA. A professional lawyer wi... more

  • Interesting Week! by Neil D Ostroff 8/21/2014 9:52:52 AM
    Itís been an interesting week for me and my books. First, Iím involved in a review program with Choosy So far nearly thirty copies of DROP OUT and about ten copies of THE END TIME have been sent to anonymous reviews who promise to post ... more

  • Delayed Reaction by Darcy Thiel 8/20/2014 5:12:44 PM
    Frankie celebrated his twelfth birthday last week. For those of you that have been following us for a while, you might remember that one of the things that Tim did before he passed away, was to write birthday cards for Frankie until he turns 18.... more

  • Liane Moriarty, THE HUSBAND'S SECRET by Glen 8/19/2014 10:58:41 AM
    A famous mystery writer recently said in a speech that she considered herself a crime writer rather than a mystery writer because her books were not always puzzles to be solved, but they always had a crime at their center. This is an interestingly b... more

  • Wensleydale Show by Carol M Tetlow 8/19/2014 8:33:59 AM
    This coming Saturday sees the 100th Wensleydale Show, held just outside Leyburn, about twenty minutes from where we live ( and thus a very easy journey). The epitome of a Yorkshire Dales agricultural show, there will be tents full of exhibits such as... more

  • A quiet weekend away by Carol M Tetlow 8/17/2014 8:02:00 AM
    When your husband takes you away for the weekend, it's only natural for one's thoughts to veer off in a romantic direction. A glorious, country hotel, fine dining, good wine, peace, no interruptions, time to chat. One can but dream..... On F... more

  • GOLIATH - FREE by Richard Turner 8/15/2014 1:09:45 PM
    Now free on Smashwords, B&N, Kobo, Overdrive, iBooks... more

  • Smatterings by Darcy Thiel 8/14/2014 12:09:32 PM
    I don't have one topic today, so I think I will just have a smattering of paragraphs regarding different topics in my life. Last weekend, a 7th grade roller skating friend found me on the internet. I was surprised and thought it was great fu... more

  • Characters or Plot? by Bill Ward 8/14/2014 6:47:54 AM
    Which is most important? In reality both need to be good to write a best seller. But I would suggest that after finishing a book we have really enjoyed, it is the characters who remain with us, rather than the details of the plot. We miss sp... more

  • Animal catchup by Carol M Tetlow 8/14/2014 6:09:12 AM
    Hector and Rufus (the labrador puppies) are now sixteen weeks old and keen to go for short walks. They can jump into the back of the car where they sit expectantly until the older dogs join them and we finally set off. There are good local walks but ... more

  • FREE TODAY!! by Neil D Ostroff 8/12/2014 10:25:54 AM
    Hereís your chance to sample one of my thrillersÖ FREE! One week. Two thousand miles. A crazed serial killer. A trip into madness! FROSTPROOF On a winter night in 2009, Niles Goodman risked his life to try and save... more

  • Basement Waterproofing: Tips and Instructions by Nanys skel skel 8/12/2014 1:47:05 AM
    Basement Waterproofing: Tips and Instructions... more

  • Frozen? More like wet through! by Carol M Tetlow 8/10/2014 8:27:50 AM
    Fine weather greeted us when we woke but only briefly as the black clouds congregated with menace and as we drove to the show, the windscreen wipers were struggling to keep up the the downpour. However it takes more than a bit of rain to dent th... more

  • An early start by Carol M Tetlow 8/9/2014 9:50:12 AM
    Up at the unearthly time of 0545 to make an early start for Halifax show. It's a long time since we've done that. Our classes were to start at 0830 and as usual we needed to be there in good time, to administer a final grooming, oil hooves and find... more

  • Short Stories: The Story of a Refugee-1977-Vantage Press by Rea-Silvia Costin 8/8/2014 2:58:29 PM
    I will appreciate if you can publish this blog on the message board, as other authors might benefit from it!... more

  • A new ebook on groin hernias is on its way by David W. Page 8/7/2014 6:42:48 AM
    Although laparoscopic groin hernia repairs raise a lot of questions and dilemmas about surgical competence and outcomes(I discussed some in a 2011 blog), other serious issues about hernia surgery have come to light as well. I'm in the process of putt... more

  • H.O.P.E. by Darcy Thiel 8/7/2014 5:26:18 AM
    As usual, on blog days I often feel like my mind is blank. It's not that I don't have things to say, but rather that I get tired of my own story and assume everyone else must be tired of it as well. Last night, my friend said, "Write about hope." br... more

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