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Linda Rosen
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The Literary Leotard is back! I haven't posted a blog since September - been busy with other writing endeavors - but here I am now with a short book review and suggestion for a terrific read.
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Women's Fiction? What is it?
What is Women's Fiction? Is it Chick-Lit? Is it Romance? As
a writer of this particular genre, I've been asked that question many times and
answer with a resounding NO!!  Women's Fiction can be Romance. It can be Historical or
Contemporary. It might even be...
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To kick up my creative side I took a walk using only one of my five senses. Visit my blog to read how that turned out.
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Walking with Charley and My Ears
 Did you ever take a
walk focusing on only one of your five senses? Sure, you look where you're
going even if you turn off the sense of sight, but you don't notice the colors
of the trees or the shirts worn by passersby. And, if you turn off smell you won't...
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Finding Love in Unimaginable Places - Does this peak your interest? Visit my blog, The Literary Leotard www.lindarosen.blogspot.com, to read more. And, where is your unimaginable place that you found love? It doesn't have to be romantic. It can be with a dog or cat, or a long lost relative you found by chance on a golf course.
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Finding Love in Unimaginable Places
"Today I'm participating in a group blogging! WOW! Women
On Writing has gathered a group of blogging buddies to write about finding love
in unimaginable places. Why this topic? We're celebrating the release of
Michael French's twenty-fourth novel.   Once
Up...
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Open Mic Night at the Cornelia Street Cafe.
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A Bit of Flash in Greenwich Village
 It was a clear, warm spring evening. A gentle breeze blew through the open doors of the Cornelia Street Café in Greenwich Village where members of The Women's National Book Association congregated. It was Open Mic Night for the New York City chapter. Fourt...
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You've got to have core strength to shoot a Glock. Come on over to the Literary Leotard and read about this exhilarating experience. 
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Three Things I Learned Shooting a Glock
Did you know you need good core strength to shoot a weapon?
Well, I suppose the assassin who shoves his .22 against the back of the guy's
skull isn't actually thinking about his abs, but I was when I went to the
shooting range for my first time. Being a Fit...
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