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Wait, Before You Flush…

Wait, Before You Flush… When our kids were growing up, the rule was no potty talk at the table. Of course, that just emphasized their need to tell fart jokes, their favorite topic, and then laugh hysterically. Now, in a … Continue reading

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Missed Steps

Missed Steps It started with a band around his waist which was joined by a tingling sensation in his feet. First it became a numbness, then shortness of breath and then a fatigue so profound that standing upright became an … Continue reading

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American Gods

American Gods I just finished American Gods, my 4th Neil Gaiman book, and I have to say that should Neil Gaiman ever need a personal assistant, I’m available. He doesn’t have to pay me much as long as I’m guaranteed … Continue reading

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Mrs. Batman

Mrs. Batman Vick Batman is an award-winning and Amazon bestselling author with three kids, two dogs, and a husband named Handsome.  She’s sold many romantic comedy works to the True magazines, several publishers, and most recently, two romantic comedy mysteries to … Continue reading

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I Am Not a Soprano

I Am Not a Soprano I went to a Catholic grade school where the nuns ruled. When I was in 4th grade, I wanted to join the choir. At that time, I had no clue about my abilities as a … Continue reading

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We Are the World Blogfest

  We Are The World Blogfest        The last Friday of the March marks the start of the “We Are the World Blogfest”, a fledgling operation that we all hope will become a blogging extravaganza of peace and positivity. … Continue reading

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Loving Lady Lazuli

Loving Lady Lazuli According to Romance Writers of America, romance books garnered $1.08 billion in sales in 2013 and accounted for 34% of the fiction market. With stats like that, I’m wondering why I didn’t choose the romance genre but … Continue reading

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