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Glenda Bixler
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A Reblog During 2017 National Poetry Month...From One Man's Madness:Living With Aids by Joseph Michael Fortney...
The following poem was written and used as the Foreword of Joe's Book, for which I did all the work to get his book published... It was a wonderful way to meet and know Joe for a short time and thinking about death over the last few weeks, made me think of ...

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A Reblog During 2017 National Poetry Month...From One Man's Madness:Living With Aids by Joseph Michael Fortney...
The following poem was written and used as the Foreword of Joe's Book, for which I did all the work to get his book published... It was a wonderful way to meet and know Joe for a short time and thinking about death over the last few weeks, made me think of ...

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Angie Fox's Southern Ghost Hunter Mysteries Series - The Beginning...
There's a basic background story for the Southern Ghost Hunter Mysteries Series. Each of the books easily stands on their own because the author makes sure that, in one way or another, she includes needed basic information. But for my review of the entire s...

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Read-A-Thon - A Needed Spring Break! With Author Angie Fox!
I was looking out the window of my little office, seeing the sun shining, here and there flowers popping up, shouting that Spring was here... And I found I couldn't do it--I couldn't pick up another book to read and review. Wasn't it Spring Break time? Well...

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Portrait of Death - An Extremely Violent Novel Not Recommended
PROLOGUE    Art came from death. That is what she always believed. She was obsessed with paintings, art sculptures, any form of art. Not the kind of art one would see in an art museum, art galleries, or art exhibits. To her, that was not art. She was not im...

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Adolfo Caso Presents Fount Clitumnus During National Poetry Month...
Fount Clitumnus   The Single swan proudly breaks the lustral waters of Fount Clitumnus down at the foot of the mountain surrounded by tall poplars who leaves patter to the light breeze of a June meridian wind, the quietness in the air broken by the hum of a...

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Meeting Moses by Robert Chasin and Matt Roussel Found to be Misleading...
Meet Max and his father, Professor Harold Praze. Professor Praze has invented a time-traveling machine. "Wow!" says Max. "Can I go back in time?" "Sorry, Max. I need to do more testing with Lazlo first." On Max's birthday, his father has a big surprise. "Wh...

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Nellie Leverette Wasilewski Shares The Weakest Link during National Poetry Month!
The Weakest Link  (A Prayer for Strength) In the stillness of morning, I wait in churning anxiety. I pray The Lord will open the shutters to my heart and still its frantic beating. Oh, that I could be stronger and wait patiently for God's answers to prayer....

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PROOF by Ted D. Berner Delves into Genesis 6:4
"In The Beginning God created the heaven and the earth." This was probably the most famous opening sentence in any book ever written, Ty Larson thought. He read on, most of the next few verses echoed familiarity from the first time he'd read the Bible back ...
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