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Tuesday Ten: just for fun…a little word game…

The following seemingly disparate words have something in common. Do you know what it is? Civic Racecar Rotator Level Madam Riviver Sagas Refer Radar Kayak Give up? The answer is posted in the comments.

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If writing were sexual (and who says it isn’t)…

Many years ago when my husband and I were first married, I barricaded myself in our home office one Sunday to finish the last chapter of my first novel—the big moment I’d been looking forward to since I’d started it … Continue reading

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Ebook reader or paper book: which is better?

I read an Internet article that attempted to debunk the arguments favoring buying an ebook reader: saving money, convenience (books are too heavy), saving the environment, and instant gratification. Moneyland on Time.com conceded that an ereader does offer instant gratification … Continue reading

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Free love and Kindle…

My husband is a bit irked with his daughter. She told me about “Every Word.” Every Word is a FREE word scramble game available though Amazon for Kindle. I downloaded it and now I’ve been unscrambling words while I watch … Continue reading

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Kindle love from a technophobe bibliophile

I shouldn’t like the Kindle e-book reader. In the first place, I’m a hardcore, confirmed non-techie. I was dragged kicking and screaming into the computer age by my friends. Even though I used computers at work, I was the last … Continue reading

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