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Dear Self, I Love You! Keep Going!
Dear Self, I love You! Keep Going! is a collection of encouragements I wrote to myself each day through my year of grief to remind me that I am lovable, that life is amazing, and to be brave.   My heart was broken because of a failed marriage, but none of u...

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Haiku: White Blossoms
white blossoms Spiritual Spring effervescent pale florets bountiful hope blooms

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The Sound of Gravel (Ruth Wariner)
THE SOUND OF GRAVEL tells the story of my childhood and the dramatic situations and conditions that my siblings and I endured growing up in the polygamous community of Colonia LeBaron. My mother had married my father at the age seventeen. He was forty-two a...

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Ten Questions: Colleen Saidman Yee
  Colleen Saidman Yee is the founder of Yoga Shanti in Sag
Harbor, New York and New York City. She is also a featured instructor of Gaiam
Yoga Online. Mrs. Saidman Yee is internationally renowned for her yoga
instruction and a great voice in the yoga commun...

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Ten Questions: Colleen Saidman Yee on Yoga
  Colleen Saidman Yee is the founder of Yoga Shanti in Sag
Harbor, New York and New York City. She is also a featured instructor of Gaiam
Yoga Online. Mrs. Saidman Yee is internationally renowned for her yoga
instruction and a great voice in the yoga commun...

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New Blog post: Kiss and Tell by Luke Murphy

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Kiss and Tell - Luke Murphy
My “Baby” This novel took me 15 years to write. Well,
not exactly, but... Even though Dead Man’s Hand was my first published novel, it’s not the first
book I wrote. Kiss & Tell is my
“baby.”  It’s the first book I ever even
attempted to write. I started wri...

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Dan Llywelyn Hall: Beyond the Red Carpet
Amongst the throng of cameras and jostling reporters will be a SIGHT SELDOM SEEN in the 68 years of the  Cannes Film Festival:  an artist working with a pencil, sketchbook, possibly some watercolours and definitely no camera.  A visual artist will be 'Artis...
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