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Joy Renee
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Story is my joy.
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ROW80 2016 Round 4 Goals
R Back from an 11 month writing hiatus.  Got Life Hacked.  Outer chaos ginned up inner chaos and created a feedback loop. The start of NaNo was the impetus I needed to jump back in.  I kinda knew if I ditched NaNo the fact of a first miss since 2004 would d...

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My Brain on Books XVII
I am reading for   The Office of Letters and Lights the folks who bring us NaNoWriMo today as I love what they are doing for literacy with their Young Writer's Programs and because I've participated in NaNo every year since 2004 and will again next month.  ...

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My Brain on Books XVII
I am reading for   The Office of Letters and Lights the folks who bring us NaNoWriMo today as I love what they are doing for literacy with their Young Writer's Programs and because I've participated in NaNo every year since 2004 and will again next month.  ...

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My Brain on Books XVI
I am reading for   The Office of Letters and Lights the folks who bring us NaNoWriMo today as I love what they are doing for literacy with their Young Writer's Programs and because I've participated in NaNo every year since 2004 and will again next month.  ...

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Ahhhh.  Blue is one of my joys.  What is it?  I'm visually impaired so I can't   But I guess it doesn't matter.  It makes me happy just gazing at it.

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An Ode to  Dewey the Dewey's 24 Hr Read-a-Thon Founder.
We miss you.  It's just not the same.  But I hope we're doing you proud.  Participation has gone up 10X since you left us.
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Movie Review: OC87:The Obsessive Compulsive, Major Depression, Bipolar, Asperger's Movie
OC87 is for anyone either curious or with a personal need for insight into living with mental illness--yours or someone in your life--including therapists. Buddy and his team have given a spot-on portrayal of what it looks and feels like from inside and out. It humanizes him, revealing him to be much more than the sum of his symptoms and elicits compassion rather than pity and admiration rather than condemnation even when he isn't coming across as very likable.

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How ironic is it that this week seems to be the annual fundraiser for Autism and I received an official diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder on Wednesday. Probably Asperger's Syndrome.
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