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15 Dec 18
Witches Of The Craft®

Your Daily Horoscope for Saturday, December 15 Kelli Fox, Astrologer   Aries March 21- April 19 Turn your attention toward other people today. You’re in an unusually soft-hearted mood now. You genuinely want to help someone in need. And with your energy, you can really make a difference. So if an opportunity to be of service […]

15 Dec 18
Witches Of The Craft®

Pisces Daily Love Horoscope Saturday 15th of December 2018 Don’t let insecurity create a barrier to heartfelt emotional disclosure. You might mistakenly believe that releasing thoughts or feelings might result in someone close believing it’s all a bit too much, too soon, or will put them in an uncomfortable position emotionally. Fortunately, by applying some […]

15 Dec 18
Nerdome

I’m not especially talented. There are far better writers out there than me. They also have better college degrees, better connections, better ideas, and probably sexier abs than I do. But where other writers beat me in talent, I rely on the only big guns I have: my obsessive commitment to taking action, every single day. See, what […]

15 Dec 18
AURIbuzz

I’m Designer, Author, Talk Show host Pat Sloan. It’s very exciting to finish up the Aurifil Designer of the year interviews and challenge blocks. I adored this year’s theme  ‘The Places We Go’.  Each designer has such unique and wonderful locations that inspired their blocks. We are very lucky to have author and Art Gallery fabric designer Amy […]

15 Dec 18
Career Gappers

The East End of London is home to some of the UK capital’s most intriguing history, as well as a vibrant creative arts scene.

15 Dec 18
deejayzoobear

I am at the state of wondering what is out there for me in this world. From the start of my literate life, (that is when I was 5) I have been programmed to go to school for a career to be waiting ahead of me. As school was ongoing, myself being dreamer, I dreamed […]

15 Dec 18
The Peter Principles

Since the age of 18 when he joined iconic guitar-hero Yngwie Malmsteen, Jeff Scott Soto has been a relentless and prolific force in music. His resume eclipses most other prominent musicians having fronted Rising Force, Talisman, Journey, Sons of Apollo, and Trans-Siberian Orchestra, in addition to his solo projects! You may also remember hearing his […]

15 Dec 18
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  14 December 2018 @ 8:27:25 AM Title of the Book: Of Ice And Men Steve Yzerman, Chris Chelios, Glen Sather, And Domonek Hasek: The Craft Of Hockey. Author of the Book: Bruce Dowbiggin. Book Report Written By: Michael George Clayton. Bruce Dowbiggin has written a good book about four men that have made significant […]

15 Dec 18
Rock Paper Spirit Daily

This week I started writing a rather lengthy post about everything that had happened to me during 2018. It took me about two hours to write it and it passed some time on a difficult morning when Luke had just had an asthma attack and had to be taken to hospital. Unfortunately, it got trashed. […]

15 Dec 18
Cakes, Crafts, And Kiddos

Soft, chewy, creamy Caramels are the candy of my dreams. With this simple recipe you can make these delicious Caramels at home anytime you wish!

15 Dec 18
The Wonder of Words

Hello, and welcome back for the second “Pitch It to Me” Challenge! The first challenge was a success, with guest pitcher, author Melissa Stoller, taking first place. Thank you to everyone who stopped by to read the pitches, vote, comment, or to support wonderful members of our writing community. Here’s a recap of how this […]

15 Dec 18
Ellis Goes On Holiday

Monday 18th June – Saturday 25th August 2018 Due to things getting pretty busy in Bucharest, I got quite behind with my posts for the last few months of my stay. So instead of weekly journal entries, here instead is a (not so) quick run through of my activities over the last weeks of my time […]

15 Dec 18
kaleidoescape

A short few weeks after graduation, while I was still traveling after a conference, I realized that I would be moving to Berlin to start a new job in machine translation. All of this happened so quickly– much quicker, I think, than I was mentally prepared for. But now the frenzy of bureaucracy is finally […]

15 Dec 18
Women Writers, Women's Books

Because I am the director of a small press and of a national reading series, as well as an author, I’m often asked how I manage it all. When it comes to WTAW Press and Why There Are Words, I wear every hat conceivable in the organization I founded. I publish, edit, and market and […]