Monthly Archives: June 2016

Saturday Snippet

I’ve been working on a serious post for a few days now. I’m still not done. I read and re-read it every day; adding a bit more and rewording or eliminating parts. For me it is a serious subject, others … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Merchants Tale by Michael Dellert

I enjoyed this novella. I still have problems with the names of people and places plus the use of local languages made me stumble through some parts of the story. The character narrating the story was developed through his personal … Continue reading

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Monday Morning Musings: Personal Reflection on Blogging

It is a bit late in the morning for my normal Monday Morning Musings. Better late than never I’ve heard it said. So here it is. A topic I was thinking about since I began looking into just how long … Continue reading

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Book Review: Looks That Deceive (MedAir Series Book 1) by Braxton DeGarmo

When I first encountered this book and read the blurb I thought it sounded like something I would like. It took me awhile to get around to reading Looks That Deceive because it really wasn’t high on my TBR list. … Continue reading

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Why I’m Practically Giving My Book Away

Originally posted on MDellert-dot-Com:
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Wednesday Word: Fulfilled

fulfilled: adjective – satisfied or happy because of fully developing one’s abilities or character. This morning I watched a video interview of Caterina Fake with Chase Jarvis of Creative Live for his 30 Days of Genius program. A fantastic interview! The woman … Continue reading

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