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Some yoga soup for the soul

Posted on 04/21/2012 08:17:37 PM

Anadhikritapuram, a tiny village in the southern state of Kerala, was where we used to escape during school vacation days. At a time and age when satellite TV had still not made inroads into our collective consciousness, for us children catching butterflies or tying strings to dragonflies, was the..

La web y los autores noveles

Posted on 04/17/2012 08:30:25 PM

La odisea del autor Quien haya intentado publicar alguna vez su primer libro a la manera tradicional sabe, para su desgracia, que nunca ha sido tarea fácil. Algunos autores noveles enviaban su primera obra a un editor, al que por tal o cual razón les parecía mejor, y aguardab..

Haley's Easter Mermaid

Posted on 04/12/2012 09:36:50 AM

Hi! I'm Haley.It was about 4:00am on Easter morning when my hungry tummy woke me up. As I passed the big window on my way to the kibble and litter boxes, I noticed a huge white creature lurking around the pond in our backyard. He had big white ears that stood straight up and a puffy cotton tail on ..

Bookworm Review: Flowers From the Storm by Laura Kinsale

Posted on 04/10/2012 11:08:15 AM

I recently obtained a few Laura Kinsale books for some leisurely reading and yes, They’re in the romance genre. I’m sorry, but I have guilty pleasures just like anyone else! Don’t judge me! Anyway, before you start to scoff and open a new tab or window or whatever, I’ll ..

Bookworm Tip: Taking Care of Your Eyes

Posted on 04/10/2012 11:04:46 AM

It’s been a while since I last posted, I’ve just been getting things organized (work, family, work) so that I can pay more attention to this blog. I’ve got lots of new reading material and a couple of book reviews to share with you, can’t wait to get started! Now, onto the to..

Dear Diary…

Posted on 04/10/2012 10:53:07 AM

You know something I like to read? Diaries. Not like a stalker or an annoying sibling though…I’m talking about real diaries about real people who have gone down in history for recording bits of their lives. I’m talking about Anne Frank. I’ve read her diary many times, and a..

Ogunquit, Fireflies, Daisies and Dog Poop

Posted on 04/09/2012 10:06:48 PM

Ogunquit Two November girls scatter his ashes at sea; sad wild waves thunder. ***************** The Learning Curve I deserted you because I learned that your heart was telling mine lies **************** Dating Tips A crappy blind date? He makes his move: You play dead— just like a 'possum. **..

Tagalog Love Quotes

Posted on 04/08/2012 05:29:53 AM

  Inspirational Life Quotes Don't care if someone hates you. You don't live to please them.  Stop telling God how big your problems are and start telling your problems how big your God is!  Don't trust somebody you don't know and just because you know somebody that don't mean you can..

Ignatius

Posted on 04/06/2012 07:32:48 AM

It was August in New Orleans, and the night was opaque with a steamy-stench that lingered in the nostrils. They were two strangers waiting for the Carrollton Avenue streetcar; grey beads of sweat crawling like ants over their scalps, a trickling trail down their backs.The woman put a Tareyton betwee..

The Quibbling Quiver: Writing Without Ego

Posted on 03/31/2012 11:54:35 AM

The most important lesson I had to learn to make the transition from a person who wanted to be a writer into a person who could almost, kind of, sometimes pay his bills by writing, was that I really couldn’t afford to be too precious about my work. I used to labor over every word I wrote, a..

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