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A Re-Blog from Susan Finlay

How to Write a Book Review 02ThursdayApr 2015 Posted by Susan Finlay Before I became an author, I never wrote book reviews on Amazon. It never occurred to me that I should. I would read them, but I didn’t think it … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Free Spirit

Who can really have a free spirit?  Only very young children, like this little boy, who still sees wonder and delight in a simple spout of water. Related articles Weekly Photo Challenge: Free Spirit (nokeinthecloud.wordpress.com) Weekly Photo Challenge: Free Spirit … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Wrong

The Weekly Photo Challenge over at The Daily Post is Wrong: a photo that shows something is wrong in a subtle or obvious way. Not a great shot, but this deer with a missing leg made me cry the first … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Two Subjects

The Weekly Photo Challenge  over at The Daily Post is a photo with two subjects.   Related articles Weekly Photo Challenge: Two Subjects (dailypost.wordpress.com)

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Opportunity

I didn’t have to think very long to find an image that means “opportunity” to me.  This is the front door to the Callaway County Public Library in Fulton, Missouri.  I was about ten years old the first time I … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Possibility

The possibilities are endless when you look into these young faces.  What mischief have they been up to?  What fun are they anticipating for later?  What will they be like as they grow into teenagers , young women, mothers? Where … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Comfort

  There is comfort in family traditions.  The same event, repeated every year at about the same time gains an importance and a meaning that no single family gathering can achieve. This is especially true when the whole family, all … Continue reading

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