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Bhumika presents Love never dies but destiny always has different plans posted at anoptimistic.
Jessica S. presents The Itsy Bitsy Spider Attacks posted at Jessica Schmeidler, saying;, “The stinkin’ ‘itsy bitsy spider’ came to life right there on the carpet of our living room! Here’s the short story of what happened.”
Christine Meunier presents Horse Country by Christine Meunier ~*~ Excerpt ~*~ posted at Pure Jonel, saying, “An excerpt from recently released novel Horse Country – A World of Horses. ”
Kidmondo presents Writing a Welcome Letter to Your Baby to Include in Your Baby Book posted at Kidmondo, saying, “A baby book isn’t just a keepsake for recording a child’s milestones. It’s also a place to record your own feelings along the way, from hopes and fears to celebrations and major life changes. One way to make it feel like a special story for your little one is to write a welcome letter for your baby to include in your baby book.”
Laura Hedgecock presents Write a letter to yourself or bully or …. posted at Treasure Chest of Memories, saying, “ In this post, I suggest writing a rhetorical letter to your past or future self, future child, or—well, anyone. Such rhetorical letters show and tell your memories and how these memories affected you.”
Hazel Longuet presents Imagination Gives You Wings posted at A Novel Experience, saying, “When we write, we fly into a world of our own creation full of amazing people and exciting scenes, which is exactly what I love most about writing–unlocking my mind and allowing my imagination to fly. But what can you do to tap into that creative flow when the dreaded writer’s block hits?”