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We are in the Town Hall Square and these gothic structures are going to give us our first glimpse of Riga’s architecture and style. There are many churches, domes and steeples to study, but today I am going to show the most prominent and the must-sees in Riga. I hope you have brought good walking […]Continue reading “Riga, Latvia:Town Hall Square; Domes and Steeples — ThatTravelLadyInHerShoes”
water and esteem and the leap and whom in the process and through in the fire and cause and element in the moon as the exception whom in the key and better as its own turning and caught as the keeping and whom and said as its own answer run and inside as the push […]Continue reading “#inside the fire — The misterman’s take”
Sarah Pinborough captures the sleepy grandeur of Savannah, Georgia, and gives a lesson in greed and passion in her newest suspense thriller, Dead to Her. Two women are the center of the story. Marcie hides her background when she becomes the second wife of Jason Maddox. His world of old money and friendships is one […]Continue reading “Sarah Pinborough: Dead to Her — Auntiemwrites Crime Review-Mystery Author M K Graff”
What is one of the weirdest things you’ve ever experienced? It was raining. In itself, it wasn’t weird. Rain was a part of life. The skies opened all the time, pouring their pent-up energies back into the earth to nourish and refresh. The sun was shining as the torrent fell. That wasn’t weird either. It […]Continue reading “Prompt 370 – Weird Experience — Closet Full of Notebooks”
The longest word in the English language with no vowels is Rhythms!
One quarter of the bones in your body are in your feet!
OPPORTUNITY IS KNOCKING! Every year acquiring editor and art director Dr. Mira Reisberg and a special acquiring editor co-teach the Craft & Business of Writing Children’s Picture Books e-course at the Children’s Book Academy. The course is highly interactive with much personal interaction, many bonuses, and fantastic feedback and submission opportunities from the co-teachers PLUS […]Continue reading “OPPORTUNITY IS KNOCKING! — Writing and Illustrating”
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Ohio, often referred to as the birthplace of aviation, has battled with North Carolina over that distinction for many years. But there’s no debate that pioneering aviator Lonnie Carmon was the first African-American to fly in Central Ohio in an aircraft he built from scratch. According to accounts from Carmon’s family and several historical societies,… viaContinue reading “Little Known Black History Fact: Lonnie Carmon — Black America Web”