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Something Creative For My Writing Machine
I like protecting my laptops with decal stickers or skins as others call it. So when I finally took the plunge and upgraded my 2008 13" Black Unibody MacBook for the 2013 11" MacBook Air, I knew that I wanted something to protect it from scratches. I also w...
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The Impact Of Correct Grammar and Spelling
Reading articles online from established news and blog sites who also accepts guest blog posts or articles from freelance writers makes me feel rather disappointed in most cases because a lot of these articles are riddled with typos and grammatical errors. ...
Reading articles online from established news and blog sites who also accepts guest blog posts or articles from freelance writers makes me feel rather disappointed in most cases because a lot of these articles are riddled wit...
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[Book Review] Sweet Forgiveness by Lori Nelson Spielman
Sweet Forgiveness: A Novel by Lori Nelson Spielman My rating: 5 of 5 stars ISBN: 9780147516763 368 print pages Genre: Women’s Fiction Part 1: From the book cover #1 international bestselling author Lori Nelson Spielman follows The Life List with Sweet Forgi...
Sweet Forgiveness: A Novel by Lori Nelson Spielman My rating: 5 of 5 stars ISBN: 9780147516763 368 print pages Genre: Women’s Fiction Part 1: From the book cover #1 international bestselling author Lori Nelson Spielman follow...
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[Book Review] The Fair Fight by Anna Freeman
The Fair Fight by Anna Freeman My rating: 3 of 5 stars eISBN: 13579108642 469 pages, eBook Edition Genre: Literary Fiction The Crimson Petal and the White meets Fight Club: A page-turning novel set in the world of female pugilists and their patrons in late ...
The Fair Fight by Anna Freeman My rating: 3 of 5 stars eISBN: 13579108642 469 pages, eBook Edition Genre: Literary Fiction The Crimson Petal and the White meets Fight Club: A page-turning novel set in the world of female pugi...
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On my last blog post I mentioned that 2015 will be the year of hooks: Knook and Tunisian crochet. I also mentioned a tutorial on two-at-a-time knook socks but I ended up writing a pattern for Knook basic mittens instead. The ...
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Hi all! I’m MG short for Mary Grace. When it comes to yarn crafts, I first learned how to Knit in April of 2011 then I taught myself how to crochet on 7/21/13 but in order for me to actually learn how to crochet, I had to transition using the beginner bamboo knook set. I then committed 2014 to crochet the whole year (no tunisian crochet just yet). Now that I have learned how to knit and crochet, I picked up the complete knook set (plastic with blue, pink & purple colors), in the hopes to learn how to knook so that in the event that I travel, these set will go with me so I don’t have to bring two sets of tools or so that I don’t have to limit myself with just one type of yarn craft. Also, since they’re plastic, I figured, the TSA wouldn’t be too strict and confiscate them. As I am just perfecting my knit and purl knook stitches (rows - I still have yet to get around to practicing working in the round), I realized, how valuable this tool is because I can knit with it, I can definitely crochet with it and with a cute button at the end of the cord, I can also use this hook for tunisian crochet when I get around to learning that technique. Once I’ve mastered working in rounds on the knook, I believe I will have to destash or sell my 29” Takumi Clover Bamboo Circular Knitting needle set since I’m finding that I’d rather work with hooks than with pointy sticks. ;-)
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Awesome! Thanks Cher B for the TSA tip on printing out the web page that says crafting needles, hooks and scissors are approved! Yay! I also can't wait to try tunisian. So far, I'm really enjoying the Knook. If you already have an interchangeable hook set you can use that or you can simply tape a length of ribbon/shoe lace to the end of a regular aluminum crochet hook to try it out before buying an actual knook set. You can also use it to transition into knitting with needles. 
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Fiction Planner: We All Need A Little Bit Of Organization
copyright 2015 by MG Camacho I have always been a pantser when I first started writing fiction way back in high school. I didn't outline, I'd do research as I go along, all my character sketches are in my head as well as my plot. Back in those days, I have ...
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That's nice specially for people who don't run out of ideas, like you, Gracie!!!😍
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[Book Review] The Life List by Lori Nelson Spielman
The Life List by Lori Nelson Spielman My rating: 5 of 5 stars ISBN: 978-0-345-54087-4 354 pages, Trade Paperback Edition Genre: Women's Fiction Part 1: From the book cover In this utterly charming debut — one woman sets out to complete her old list of child...
The Life List by Lori Nelson Spielman My rating: 5 of 5 stars ISBN: 978-0-345-54087-4 354 pages, Trade Paperback Edition Genre: Women's Fiction Part 1: From the book cover In this utterly charming debut — one woman sets out t...
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Hi Skye, just to make sure, these Talecraft deck/cards are not tarot cards. The Talecraft cards are story-creation cards and you can find more info on the cards at http://talecraft.komikasi.com and they are available at Powerbooks, National Bookstore and other major bookstores. I bought mine at the Powerbooks in Greenbelt.

As for tarot cards, bookstores and hobby/craft stores might have them (occult/new age/astrology section of the bookstore). I usually buy my tarot cards online either thru http://www.amazon.com or http://www.llewellyn.com. I hope this info helps. Good luck!
It's that time of the year again where laptop-toting people of all ages flock towards coffee shops, bookstores and libraries to crank out 50,000 words or more in 30 days.  Yes, it is another year (month really) of NaNoWriM...
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Hi all! I’m MG short for Mary Grace. When it comes to yarn crafts, I first learned how to Knit in April of 2011 then I taught myself how to crochet on 7/21/13 but in order for me to actually learn how to crochet, I had to transition using the beginner bamboo knook set. I then committed 2014 to crochet the whole year (no tunisian crochet just yet). Now that I have learned how to knit and crochet, I picked up the complete knook set (plastic with blue, pink & purple colors), in the hopes to learn how to knook so that in the event that I travel, these set will go with me so I don’t have to bring two sets of tools or so that I don’t have to limit myself with just one type of yarn craft. Also, since they’re plastic, I figured, the TSA wouldn’t be too strict and confiscate them. As I am just perfecting my knit and purl knook stitches (rows - I still have yet to get around to practicing working in the round), I realized, how valuable this tool is because I can knit with it, I can definitely crochet with it and with a cute button at the end of the cord, I can also use this hook for tunisian crochet when I get around to learning that technique. Once I’ve mastered working in rounds on the knook, I believe I will have to destash or sell my 29” Takumi Clover Bamboo Circular Knitting needle set since I’m finding that I’d rather work with hooks than with pointy sticks. ;-)
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I have the "Denise Interchangeables" hooks, I'd like to get her knitting needles that are compatible. She has some patterns on her site that you might, you two strands of yarn and never go backwards. When you get to the end of one row you turn your work and start another row from that end. It's really pretty with different colors.
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Hi all! I’m MG short for Mary Grace. When it comes to yarn crafts, I first learned how to Knit in April of 2011 then I taught myself how to crochet on 7/21/13 but in order for me to actually learn how to crochet, I had to transition using the beginner bamboo knook set. I then committed 2014 to crochet the whole year (no tunisian crochet just yet). Now that I have learned how to knit and crochet, I picked up the complete knook set (plastic with blue, pink & purple colors), in the hopes to learn how to knook so that in the event that I travel, these set will go with me so I don’t have to bring two sets of tools or so that I don’t have to limit myself with just one type of yarn craft. Also, since they’re plastic, I figured, the TSA wouldn’t be too strict and confiscate them. As I am just perfecting my knit and purl knook stitches (rows - I still have yet to get around to practicing working in the round), I realized, how valuable this tool is because I can knit with it, I can definitely crochet with it and with a cute button at the end of the cord, I can also use this hook for tunisian crochet when I get around to learning that technique. Once I’ve mastered working in rounds on the knook, I believe I will have to destash or sell my 29” Takumi Clover Bamboo Circular Knitting needle set since I’m finding that I’d rather work with hooks than with pointy sticks. ;-)
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