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18 Jul 19

ArtoonsInn

“So before we indulge in dance and drinks, let me tell you that we have with us, today, the creator of Dr. North…. Any guesses? Yes! Dr. North, the psychopath……” announced the General with zeal in his voice.  “Wow….Samuel Clooney” hooted some among the audience. “You guessed it right! Let’s welcome the one and only […]

18 Jul 19
saroj karthica

In this digital age, where everything right from your diary to your photo albums are digitized and uploaded, very few are still in love with the paperbacks. One among them is myself. Oh god, I love the smell of a new book. The crispness of the pages, the feeling you get when you start reading […]

18 Jul 19
Clear Blue Sky

(Forwarded to me by a friend). “Cousin – I think you know I love this country. I grew up same as you did. I’ve got K.T. Oslin and old Hank in my phone. I love warm raspberries plucked right off the bush in the sun and fields of corn and hayrides and sunsets in the […]

18 Jul 19
ArtoonsInn

                                       Present Day…  September 2006, Montreuil(Paris suburb): “Let’s welcome the Legendary Thriller novelist, Mr Samuel Clooney. A big round of applause for the indomitable writer.” The whole auditorium reverberated with claps and cheers as Mr Samuel takes his seat. This is the inauguration of his last book in the thriller series, “Till You Die.” Clooney(44), […]

18 Jul 19
The Wombwell Rainbow

Wombwell Rainbow Interviews I am honoured and privileged that the following writers local, national and international have agreed to be interviewed by me. I gave the writers two options: an emailed list of questions or a more fluid interview via messenger. The usual ground is covered about motivation, daily routines and work ethic, but some […]

18 Jul 19
ArtoonsInn

Day 1 Sam was running, running away from an unknown danger. Beads of sweat covered his face, his heartbeat was deafening, his limbs were about to fall off. But he had to run. In the dark, he could not see that the grassland dropped into a cliff. Like the coyote in The Road Runner Show, […]

18 Jul 19
Jofacilitator

THE WIDOW’S MITE By Eileen Howard The Church for All People includes people like me, with economic means, but also many people who have limited, or even almost no means of income.   Yet, part of our church message is that we are all called to give back to God financially with some sort of tithe, […]

18 Jul 19
NATION AND STATE

Commentary Those of you of a certain vintage will recognize the headline as a tweaked version of the opening lyric of the Beatles’ iconic “Sgt. Pepper’s” album (“It was 20 years ago today …”). Well, it was 50 years ago—July 20, 1969—when U.S. astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to walk […]

18 Jul 19
Longfellow Community Council

Check out this week’s upcoming events in Greater Longfellow and enjoy nature! Upcoming & Ongoing Events Share the River Gorge • Thursday, July 25 • 6-8pm • 35th & River Parkway Share the River Gorge promises family fun & free ice cream! A community event with free ice cream, free canoe rides, free rowing, live […]

18 Jul 19
Truth2Freedom's Blog

2. The Prophet now turns his discourse to the godly; and hence it appears more clearly that he has been hitherto threatening those gross hypocrites who arrogated sanctity to themselves alone, while yet they were continuing to provoke God’s wrath; for he evidently addresses some different from those previously spoken of, when he says, Arise […]

18 Jul 19
Life, Love and Letters

Day 8: I choose to do LIFE with OTHERS. A couple of years ago I wrote a pretty sad blog about being lonely and desiring close friendship. It seemed that everyone around me had a best friend and I was jealous. After that blog I had a few ladies tell me that they felt the […]

18 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

Bauke Mollema is the invisible favorite, the one that the cameras film in tears in the necks, open mouth and bouncy head, while others make the show a few hectometres in the front. The 32-year-old Dutchman is playing his ninth Tour de France under the colors of the American Trek-Segafredo team. A race he has […]

18 Jul 19
Geometric Theology

The doctrine of inerrancy seems to be a repeatedly revisited topic here at Geometric Theology. On numerous occasions I have sought to defend a high view of scripture, and inerrancy in particular. The word inerrancy does have it’s limits (often people mistakenly associate it with a belief in 6 day creation), however, ultimately I think […]

18 Jul 19
Christian Publishing House Blog

Egypt played a significant role in early Christianity. Not only was there a longstanding Jewish population in Egypt but early Christianity saw a significant number of Christians as well. Moreover, a family of Greek New Testament manuscripts came from Egypt as well, known as the Alexandrian family. These are the earliest known manuscripts and the […]

18 Jul 19

Just Pardon My French (Hetta Coffey Series, Book 8) Amateur Sleuth Mysteries Author: Jinx Schwartz FREE Hetta Coffey is a sassy Texan with a snazzy yacht, and she’s not afraid to use it! She’s living aboard her forty-five foot boat in Mexico’s spectacular Sea of Cortez, taking work where she can get it and, characteristically, […]

18 Jul 19
Points: The Blog of the Alcohol & Drugs History Society

Editor’s note: Points author interviews begin with a set question: Describe your book in terms your bartender could understand. David Courtwright said he preferred conversations with bartenders. He talked to his about The Age of Addiction: How Bad Habits Became Big Business (Belknap Press, 2019).  Bartender: I hear you have a new book. Courtwright: Just […]