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The Little People Did It

Tweet I have a ring given to me by my spouse when we were first together. In general, it never leaves my finger, which is why I was surprised and distressed to discover it missing some months ago. It vanished … Continue reading

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Reading A Game of Thrones

Tweet I started reading A Game of Thrones, and I’m about 275 pages into the first book. I have yet to watch any of the TV series, which is about to enter its fourth season. One of my kids is … Continue reading

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I remember

Tweet I was thinking about old TV shows and remembered “I Remember Mama.” I was on the commuter rail headed for  Boston, and thus lacked computer access. I could recall a few things about the set, Mama, and two of … Continue reading

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Smarmy Voices

Tweet One of the most annoying ads on TV right now is the one on our local stations for the ASPCA. They are urging us to contribute to save the abandoned kittens, puppies, and the like languishing in their shelters. … Continue reading

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Morning Mediation

Tweet I am reading Natalie Goldberg’s “Writing down the Bones,” and this morning I wrote by hand. I am again reminded by this that the act of taking pen to paper, as opposed to hand to keyboard, is special, not … Continue reading

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Meet Regan Walker, author of The Twelfth Night Wager

Tweet Looking for a little holiday fun? Check out Regan Walker’s new book, The Twelfth Night Wager “Love sought is good, but giv’n unsought is better.” —William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night Chapter 1 London, January 5, 1819 Twelfth Night   It never … Continue reading

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Check out my newest novel, Geek Games

Tweet Geek Games by Margaret Fieland When fourteen-year-old Martin lets Tom, a charismatic bully, persuade him to bring down the spaceport computer network, he never considers someone will place a bomb resulting in the death of his friend’s father. Nothing … Continue reading

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Black Friday Special

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Meet Eric Price

Tweet   Unveiling the Wizards’ Shroud comes out November 22 — that’s today. It’s available  now on the Muse It Up Publishing website. If you order it today from the publisher’s website, save your confirmation number and enter it into … Continue reading

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Meet Chris Weigand

Tweet Tell us something about yourself Christina Weigand’s a writer, wife, and mother of three grown children and a middle school daughter. She is also Nana to three granddaughters. She lives with her husband and youngest daughter in Pennsylvania, returning … Continue reading

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