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  1. 'Twas The Night Before Christmas...

    Christmas is this week. And with Christmas comes Christmas Eve. And that gives us 'Twas The Night Before Christmas...

    Check out my blog this week for a look at the history of this famous poem....
  2. Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol

    A CHRISTMAS CAROL, written by Charles Dickens in 1843, has been a popular staple of the Christmas season as a movie, stage production, and television show for over a century. Check out my blog this...
  3. The Millionaire's Christmas Wish

    This week I'd like to introduce you to Marcie Roper and Chance Fowler and tell you about THE MILLIONAIRE'S CHRISTMAS WISH. Check out my blog for a look at this Christmas story. ...
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    A Week With 4 Sundays

    Did you ever have a week with 4 Sundays? Well...that's Thanksgiving Week. Check out my blog this week for a look at a week with 4 Sundays.
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    Turkey Trivia

    Thanksgiving...the fourth Thursday in November, the 27th this year. With the Thanksgiving holiday comes many traditions and one of them is the turkey dinner with all the trimmings...dressing, mashed...
  6. Eagle Vs. Turkey - America's National Symbol

    With Thanksgiving coming, this is a good time to take a look at a heated debate from almost 240 years ago. Should our national symbol be the Eagle or the Turkey? Check out my blog this week for a...
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    Deborah: Thanks for your comment. I had a...

    Deborah: Thanks for your comment. I had a similar situation. the first year I lived in this house I bought candy to hand out to the tricki-or-treaters. The only "kids" who came by were some 13-14...
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    After halloween candy nightmares

    Halloween 2014 is now behind us...except for all that leftover candy--enough calories and sugar-rush to send anyone into overload. Check out my blog this week for a look at this unusual "problem." ...
  9. Beware Of America's Creepiest Roads

    They've been referred to as spooky happenings, creepy encounters, ghost stories, and urban legends. All of which tell about unexplained happenings on dark roads in the dead of night...if you'll...
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    Prizes, Prizes and More Prizes!

    It's The Romance Studio's annual Halloween party--SPOOKAPALOOZA--Friday, Oct. 24 through Friday, Oct. 31. Eight days of prizes and giveaways. Be There! tickortreatghost
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    America's Haunted Hotels

    Are you looking for that Halloween thrill? Something real rather than manufactured? Then staying in a true haunted hotel might just be the thing. Take a look at my blog this week for 20 spooky...
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    Halloween's Ancient Origins

    Halloween is almost here and the stores are filled with all things spooky. Soon children will be going door-to-door with the words of the season--Trick Or Treat! But have you ever wondered where...
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    Autumn Festivals and Fall Fun

    It's that time of year, at least here in the Northern Hemisphere, when the crisp feel to the air and tree leaves turning color tells us it's autumn. A perfect time to take in at least one of the...
  14. October Bizarre And Unique Holidays

    Wednesday is October 1st. In many areas of the Northern Hemisphere the brisk air of autumn surrounds us. October also gives us a collection of bizarre and unique holidays celebrating some weird...
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    Say Goodbye To Summer...

    Monday, September 22 -- the Autumnal Equinox...the official change of seasons from summer heat to colorful autumn tree leaves. Stop by my blog this week for a look at autumn's arrival. ...
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    Research Can Be Fun

    Research is an intregal part of writing a novel, sometimes a small part and sometimes a large part but definitely necessary. One facet of research for my novels that I enjoy is the...
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    5 Lost Cities--Found

    Lost cities...some from centuries ago, others dating back milleniums. Check out my blog this week for 5 such cities that have been found.
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    The History Of Labor Day

    The first Monday in September is celebrated as the Labor Day holiday. But when did this become a legal federal holiday and why do we celebrate it? This year Labor Day falls on September 1st. ...
  19. End Of Summer Bash party with PRIZES

    Join me and lots of other authors at The Romance Studio's End Of Summer Bash Mon Aug 25 thru Sun Aug 31. Lots of Prizes.
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    Who Do Millionaires Date?

    Have you ever wondered what it would be like to date a millionaire but thought the cavier and champagne crowd wasn't for you? Thought that millionaires stick together and don't let outsiders in? ...
  21. What Your Handwriting Says About You

    Have you ever had your handwriting analyzed? Maybe just as a fun thing, like going to a fortune teller? Graphologists, those who verify the authenticity of signatures and hand written documents,...
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    25 Obscure World Facts

    There are approximately 200 countries in the world and that provides an untold number of miscellaneous trivial facts at our fingertips...some inconsequential, some amusing, and some very serious. ...
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    Fast Food Fascinating Facts

    Fast food seems to be a part of daily life whether you indulge several times a week or only a couple of times a month. My blog this week has 9 Fast Food Fascinating Facts that you might find...
  24. What Your Ice Cream Says About You

    Ice Cream...that marvelous treat enjoyed around the world. And so many different flavors to choose ranging from the common tried-and-true traditional to the exotic. Which makes one wonder what your...
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    10 Unexplained Ocean Mysteries

    Mysteries of the oceans and man's fascination with those mysteries date back to ancient times. Even though the majority of the planet is covered by water, we know more about outer space than we do...
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