Monthly Archives: September 2015

Fall is Here by Pepper Phillips

Want to do something smaller and cheaper than a pumpkin? Try a Satsuma. These beauties came from our own trees. I love the fall. I miss the different colored leaves however. I remember growing up in Maryland, and the gorgeous … Continue reading

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A Historical Event

            Don’t let yourself go numb. What you think is not what counts. What you do is what counts. Get out and help the others. Are we capable of counting our blessings? These were the … Continue reading

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Out Of The Mist – Take My Breath Away

Last week at the lake proved, restful, uplifting and productive, both for my soul and for my writing. Uplifting because, Mother Nature provided spectacular images of her splendor. One evening when I stepped out on the deck, the sight took … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays from Susan R. Hughes

Is it too soon to think about the upcoming holidays? Here is Ottawa, mornings and evenings are chilly and I’ve noticed a few trees starting to change colour, but we’ve had a spell of hot, humid weather that feels more … Continue reading

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Guilty Pleasures by Joan Reeves

I guess everyone has at least one guilty pleasure. Me? I have so many that I’ve categorized them. Today, I’m sharing my collection of guilty pleasures with you. Sweets Some people love ice cream. I can go for months without … Continue reading

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Living and Writing what we love

I’m not sure we gravitate toward what we know as writers, although parts of our personalities litter the pages whether we wish them to or not. I am sure we write about what we love. And, we write what we … Continue reading

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How to Write a Novel in Thirty Minutes

I came across this link to famous writers’ outlines, and because I liked it, I thought I’d share mine, as well. I used to hate outlining, because I felt it took away the thrill of discovery, but now I love it. I’ve … Continue reading

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