Monthly Archives: July 2014

Romance Writing in Genre; The Beginning of How

When I first started writing in the romance genre I thought it would be easy. You take Jane and Jack, give them some obstacles, both physical, and emotional, and have them work through these obstacles and find that true love … Continue reading

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Devos On The Fly; Beach Glass

The two kids ran ahead as Lily took large towels and a picnic basket from the van and shut the doors. “Don’t go near the water until I’m on the beach with you,” she called to the kids. “Yeah, Mom,” … Continue reading

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Announcing the Release of Rose McCormick Brandon’s book, “Promises of Home – Stories of Canada’s British Home Children

Reblogged from Rose McCormick Brandon’s Blog Promises of Home ANNOUNCING THE RELEASE OF: A band of child pilgrims in mass exodus, numbering 100,000, spanning seven decades (1869-1939), arrived in Canada. Like seed, they were scattered from Atlantic to Pacific, not … Continue reading

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Devos On The Fly; Water For Life

I checked my gardens yesterday and some of the plants were droopy and sad, in need of water. I gave them drinks of tap water and they revived, but I know from experience that tap water doesn’t give the kind … Continue reading

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