Once Upon a Time….

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              Never Stop Reading Fairytales! by Karen DeMers Dowdall Considering that I am really into fantasy, paranormal, fairytales, and witches, this new blog title suits me to a T…Once Upon a time…. It is far better than just my name (it is way too long). This new blog title …

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I am reblogging this from something I wrote and posted almost a year ago. It seems that springtime is the time for poetry, when love blooms in the air.  What is poetry and its place in the human psyche? Poetry and prose, I believe, magically transports the reader to visualize vividly a very personal place …

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Whilst we sleep, and the snow falls deep, Snow fairies alight, to watch through the night, As boughs of ice and snow, fall heavy, upon our roofs. With a twinkle in their eyes, and a snap of their fingers, They light a fire aglow, blazing in our hearths. Thus, do they keep us warm and …

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                An excerpt from: Paul Goat Allen | March 12, 2018, Writer’s Digest. Paul Goat Allen has worked as a genre fiction book critic and written thousands of reviews for companies like BarnesandNoble.com, Publishers Weekly, the Chicago Tribune and Kirkus Reviews. Novelists live and die by reviews yet uncovering …

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              I am reblogging this from something I wrote and posted almost a year ago. It seems that springtime is the time for poetry, when love blooms in the air.  What is poetry and its place in the human psyche? Poetry and prose, I believe, magically transports the reader …

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Originally posted on REFLECTIONS OF A MINDFUL HEART AND SOUL:
Darkness and light are both intertwined among the threads of my life’s fabric. ? Found on Pinterest on 12-17-16. Stephen Hayward. Stars Love and fear are found at the intersection of commitments I make. ? Beauty and truth are found when I contemplate my desire…

An excerpt from: Paul Goat Allen | March 12, 2018, Writer’s Digest. Paul Goat Allen has worked as a genre fiction book critic and written thousands of reviews for companies like BarnesandNoble.com, Publishers Weekly, the Chicago Tribune and Kirkus Reviews. Novelists live and die by reviews yet uncovering what garners a gushing ovation or blistering takedown …

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