Monthly Archives: March 2015

“Thief’s Odyssey” by John L. Monk

Cover Art by Keith Draws https://keithdraws.wordpress.com/ John L Monk blogs: Two years ago, I wrote Thief’s Odyssey from a sense of frustration with Hollywood movies that depict thieves … I wanted to write the kind of story that really fleshed out … Continue reading

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The Godforsaken Daughter by Christina McKenna

Great book cover! Great title! I haven’t even sampled the first page or first chapter yet. The tractor, the crow, the sky! Susan Barton ‏@ebookreviewgal Mar 17  The Godforsaken Daughter by Christina McKenna released today for St PatricksDay! Read my 5 Star book … Continue reading

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Eighteen cases added today

Originally posted on The Charley Project Blog:
I worked all night on writing MP cases and pulled off two updated cases and eighteen — count ’em, eighteen — new ones before I decided to call it quits. Yay. I would also…

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How we tamed ourselves—and changed our faces and bodies in the bargain (Ann Gibbons, sciencemag.org)

No one set out to domesticate humans, but… We humans domesticated ourselves, too – and changed our faces and bodies in the bargain –    Sam Kean @sam_kean  …. with our reduced jaws, flat faces, and lower male aggression, humans are as … Continue reading

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The Girl on the Mountain by Carol Ervin – #WomensHistoryMonth – You’ve come a long way, baby

            The Girl on the Mountain ranks in the Kindle Amazon Top 20 with an average 4.6 Amazon stars.  Price goes from 99 cents to $3.99 when Kindle Countdown Deal ends. March is Women’s History Month, a good time to … Continue reading

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Africa’s leading Fair Trade Certified™ apparel manufacturing company “Liberty & Justice” / founder Chid Liberty @chidegar

Chid Liberty  “The resilience of Liberian women played a huge part in me becoming a social entrepreneur”  @cliberty  retweeting @dumbofeather · 1 May 2013 #dfconvos Liberty & Justice is transforming the apparel supply chain from worker exploitation and environmental degradation to partnership and sustainability. Producers … Continue reading

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American student to launch African Fashion Line at D.C. Show: @KrantoKolection

WebbKranto produced a fantastic, high-quality, professional video of Kranto Kolection’s global debut at African Fashion Week in Washington, D.C. See live models showing off Claire’s garments on the runway here.      Orders have been pouring in, and Claire’s sewing all the garments  herself, but this … Continue reading

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Science in Sci-Fi, Fact in Fantasy @DanKoboldt

Note: Carol Kean RE-BLOGGED this but you should visit the original blog: http://dankoboldt.com/science-in-scifi/ Genetics myths in fiction writing by genetics researcher Dan Koboldt 9 misconceptions about space travel by aerospace engineer Jamie Krakover The science in Jurassic Park by microbiologist Mike Hays … Continue reading

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Cheesy Potato Casserole

Originally posted on What's for Dinner Moms?:
This recipe is an adaptation  from Food.com’s Mom’s Cheesy Potato Casserole aka Funeral Potatoes. This recipe originally contained cream of chicken soup but having a gluten-free child we do not use canned…

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Party with Peter Crawford and all The A.I. Chronicles team!

Promoting novels is a bit like shouting at a rock concert … The only real way to market a book as an independent author is to engage with readers. Word of mouth trumps all the supposed “best seller” tricks ..  The … Continue reading

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