Dog Ears #TwitterInspired

Today’s Twitter inspiration came to me via a retweet from Modern Gypsy I’ve always prided myself on keeping my books neat, but this tweet, makes me rethink this practice. It is okay to dog ear pages. It is okay to draw in books. Doodles. Margin notes. Highlights. Books are to be interacted with, argued with, […]

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Dashboards #TwitterInspired

Dashboards can be a huge distraction. Don’t mistake what you can measure for what matters. Can you measure caring? Can you measure love? Can you measure meaning? If someone cares for, loves, and finds meaning in anything they’ll do it well and be well. Simple and hard as that. — Brad Stulberg (@BStulberg) May 30, […]

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The Friend Request #booktour

The Friend Request By Charles Soto Genre: Romance Chase has it all. Owner of a successful business, social standing and respect, killer looks and not the fiancé of any man’s fantasy. His life is in control, just the way he planned; but everything is not as it appears. His brother, also his business partner and […]

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Quite A Catch #WordlessWednesday

A single photo – no words – capturing a moment. A simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment I want to pause, savor and remember.     Joining Esha, The Sky Girl and Natasha at Natasha Musing for #WordlessWednesday today.

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Love Letters In The Sand #WordlessWednesday

A single photo – no words – capturing a moment. A simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment I want to pause, savor and remember.  I love collecting shells on the beach, but on this particular day, I decided to just take a picture. Somehow they seemed to send a message – like love letters in […]

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The Importance of Being Inner-Directed

This is a guest post by Evy Journey, the author of Sugar and Spice and All Those Lies. Let me first make a small confession: I wrote a lot of the Wikipedia entry on the novel  North and South by Victorian writer Elizabeth Gaskell. I had read the book and ample information on the topic […]

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