Category Archives: discussion

Are Book Discussion Groups Really Worth The Effort?

My local author’s group discussed an interesting topic tonight. Something I never though about but have experienced it. [ No, we still meets via internet. No one is foolish enough to brave Covid-19.] One author said: [I copied his message … Continue reading

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100 Romantic Things to Do for Your Wife, Husband, or Partner

This is a reblog. I thought the numerous things on this list which is quite long, but very romantic presented many way to spice up your love life. It’s a kind reminder that’s important all year round to make your … Continue reading

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Is Time Travel Real?

I’m not one to keep up with celebrities for there are too many. I write about time travel  in several novels I takes it to be fictional. But the startling resemble between a celerity named Idris Elba and the unknown … Continue reading

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Well Behaved Women Rarely Make History.

“If you are told you are too opinionated. Then good. You just might make history or herstory.” ~ Alice’s MiddleMarch

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Old Folks Say Life Doesn’t Get Easier

  When I hear the elders talk about the past the picture above is what I envision. When I think about those who lived through the Great Depression, World II, Korean War, Poverty of 1960’s, The Civil Rights Movements, Vietnam … Continue reading

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How to Add Diversity To Your Reading

I learned years ago that some of the best stories and most  interesting novels have to be searched for. No one is going to tell you where to find them. You have to browse around the internet or library until … Continue reading

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A Giant Sahara Dust Storm Traveled Across The Atlantic: A Taste of Africa.

Rich dust from the Sahara fertilize faraway lands across the oceans and seas. To many, this supersize dust storm is a mixed blessing.  It’s a curse because it blocked out visibility of airports in its path. It’s a blessing because … Continue reading

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DEVADASI -What was Devadasi system in South India?

This topic has been on my mind since learning although the practice was made illegal in 1988 it still exist. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08nvXZQf-cA [In my research for a book character I discovered some disturbing things.] The tradition of Devadasi culture can be … Continue reading

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“The Best Don’t Win” (Kingston’s Journey #54)

This blog’s post brought to mind a stark reality. What’s presented to us the vast majority of the time isn’t actually the best the world has to offer, no matter what agenda we’re threading. For example: The sterilized conditions of … Continue reading

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