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Glory! Hallelujah! I’m glad I’m a dog!

Originally posted on Sandysays' Weblog:
It’s discouraging to know that when you go home with your human they’re as smart as they will ever be……. I watched my human as he struggled with numerous government agencies and insurance companies trying…

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Guest author: Annabelle Franklin – Do we really need to leave Earth?

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
Recently, BBC2 showed a programme called The Search for a New Earth. It featured physicist Stephen Hawking, who claimed we will have to leave Earth within the next 100 years as it…

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Quadrille: A Fairy Tail

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? ? the winds blow wild and free around the forest sheltered by the trees a peaceful pulse beats in the soil fairies sweep the leaves and wash the curtains fearless of the wolves who…

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A Day of Rainbows

We’ve been doing a lot of cloud gazing this summer, and today we saw a cloud shaped like a Greyhound’s legs and tail. Right next to this was a small rainbow, and we wondered if we’d seen the spirit of … Continue reading

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Joyful Trouble by Patricia Furstenberg #Children’s Book 6-10 #Historical Africa @PatFurstenberg

Originally posted on BOOKS FROM DUSK TILL DAWN:
Independently Published with Kindle Direct Publishing ISBN: 978-1521089576 ASIN: B07227P973 Publication date: April 17, 2017 180 pages Target audience: 6-10 Genre: Children,s, animals (dogs), historical (Africa) BOOK DESCRIPTION A humorous read about…

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Review! Cheesus Was Here by J.C. Davis

Originally posted on This Kid Reviews Books:
Cheesus Was Here By J.C. Davis 272 pages – ages 13+ Published by Sky Pony Press on April 11, 2017 Synopsis– Delaney Delgado isn’t the biggest fan of God. After all, if there…

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The Heartbreaker

Milton Spilk was an Extreme Romantic Hero. His hair was so black it had actually turned into a black hole and sucked out his brain, his eyes were so intensely electric blue they burned holes in everything they looked at, … Continue reading

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Annabelle on Writer’s Block

Writing is like pulling teeth at the moment and it’s driving me mad. These creatures may eventually feature in a book. I’m not just trying to put off doing some actual writing. Honest. Every first draft is mostly crap. These pages will be … Continue reading

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Job Description – The Writer’s Pet #MondayBlogs #Writer #WritersLife

Originally posted on BlondeWriteMore:
On those dark and gloomy days when it feels like the world has turned away from our work, we can always rely on our pets to make us smile again. Pets play an important role in…

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Review – Judy: A Dog in a Million – Damien Lewis – Military History, WWII, Animals

Originally posted on Library of Erana:
Review- Judy: A Dog in A Million Damien Lewis 5 stars The impossibly moving story of how Judy, World War Two’s only animal POW, brought hope in the midst of hell. Judy, a…

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