Why You Should View Your Writing Failures As Storms #AmWriting #MondayBlogs

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Storms can take many forms; there are the storms outside which loosen your house tiles, play havoc with your flower pots, fling your recycling bins down the street, flood parts of your home and drench everything in sight. There are the storms in your day to day life which disrupt relationships, friendships, careers and life […]

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#BookReview One Summer’s Night @KileyDunbar #TuesdayBookBlog #BookWorm

Imagine this. While getting ready for your church’s Easter Sunday service, you struggle to put down an excellent book. It has been half an hour since you stepped out of the shower and in that time you’ve had your head stuck in Kiley Dunbar’s debut novel and not got out of your polka dot bath […]

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#BookReview The Perfect Moment @AlixKelsoAuthor #TuesdayBookBlog #Booklover

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I love a good matchmaking tale in a romance novel. It combines two of my greatest pastimes; romance and pairing off two people who I believe are MFEO (made for each other). In this book, The Perfect Moment, by Alix Kelso, the matchmakers become attracted to each other while they are meddling in the lives […]

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