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We had such a short time together…

  I had a lot of fun writing my time travel piece and posting it on my blog during the last three months! It was a relief not to have answering the question “What topic will I write next for my blog?” However, by the time I began posting the third and final act of…

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My Review of the film Black Tulip

  The Black Tulip is a film set and filmed in Afghanistan. The film was released in 2010 with a broader release in 2012. It is about the Mansouri family who opened a restaurant called “The Poet’s Corner.” The name of the restaurant comes from Mrs. Farishta Mansouri’s father’s book shop. He ran it until…

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Snickelfritz — A Bath Survivor

    My parents have a cat named Snickelfritz. He has long legs and black and white fur that forms a Zorro like maskon his face. Snickelfritz is not a fighter; instead he is quite the feline gentleman. He is well loved and is allowed to go most places in my parent’s home. Recently, he…

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Cleaning A Desk Entails More Than The Desk

Cleaning a desk entails way more than the desk itself. There is the area underneath the desk, and if there is a closet or shelving in the office better count those areas too. If there is an area that can be used near the desk, it will be used. I have learned from my own…

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My Review of the book The Detective

  The Detective is by James Patrick Hunt. He has written ten books including Maitland, Maitland Under Siege, The Betrayers, and  Police and Thieves. The Detective is the first book I have read written by Hunt.  It is set in 1970s Chicago in the aftermath of one of the worst snowstorms the city has experienced…

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Driver-less Cars

Google, BMW and Audi are developing driver-less cars. These vehicles will have extremely complex programming to ensure that everything “under the sun” is taken into account to prevent accidents on the road. These cars are being tested now. Initially I thought this would be great. I sometimes develop horrible back pain during the work day…

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Review of The Set Up Man: A Johnny Addock Novel

    “The Set Up Man” by T.T. Monday was published this year and is about a relief pitcher named Johnny Addock who plays for the Bay Dogs of San Jose, California. He is thirty five years old and nearing the end of his major league baseball career. With lots of time on his hands…

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Book Publishing Blues

    Lately I have thought about the crowd funding sites I chose to publish on. It has been a month or a bit more than that since my book Switching Stations Switching Stories first appeared on them. I thought when I chose the crowd funding sites it was a good decision that allowed me…

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Learning A Craft To Keep Alive Memories of Mom Doing Crafts

For years I have noticed different colored spools of yarn at my parent’s house. As I grew up my Mom knitted or worked on needle point in her spare time. As I have viewed those spools and a half-finished, red sweater tucked in a basket next to the television, I have thought it would be…

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