As you all know by now, sharing stories is something I love to do. Whether it’s talking about truly worthwhile causes like the new fund-raising idea for breast cancer begun by Donna Sheehan in Toronto or introducing you to one of the many wonderful writers or reviewers in our online community, it’s always a pleasureContinue reading “Get “Hooked” Right Here!”
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Paw de Deux …I purr therefore I am …
If it’s Friday, it must be France … This is a cat that gets around! This week two dear friends introduced me to Henri, the existential cat, on their fabulous blogs. Naomi Bulger in Melbourne, Australia and Tamari Etherton in California both featured this video so you may have already seen it. I just knowContinue reading “Paw de Deux …I purr therefore I am …”
KIDS HELP PHONE-how you can help!
Originally posted on Patricia Caviglia:
Welcome back to Transformation Tuesdays! This little column is usually about my transformation but not today. Well, sort of not. Last year around this time, I got a small unexpected windfall of cash. It only seemed right to donate part of it to charity. Pay it forward, right? I was…
Guest blogging? Gotta love it!
Who has more fun than bloggers? Okay … um, you can probably give me a list … but never mind. I can tell you one of the many ways we enjoy life here in the blogosphere and that’s by visiting back and forth – oceans and borders don’t deter us in any way – andContinue reading “Guest blogging? Gotta love it!”
Follow-up on BULLY-have you seen it yet?
The jury is still out judging from the wide range of opinions in reviews for Lee Hirsch’s “Bully”, otherwise known as “The Bully Project”. I have to admit I was a little disappointed but still feel it’s an extremely important film for adults and teenagers to see. Every school should incorporate this film into itsContinue reading “Follow-up on BULLY-have you seen it yet?”
What’s your take on this?
WHICH MOVIE WOULD YOU SAY IS MORE IMPORTANT FOR A TEENAGER TO SEE? THE BULLY PROJECT THE HUNGER GAMES Why not make this deal with the moviegoers in your life? If you go see The Hunger Games you will see The Bully Project too. If you only choose one movie to see in the nearContinue reading “What’s your take on this?”
Meet Claire McAlpine, Reviewer Extraordinaire
If it’s Friday, it must be France … Last Friday we spent some time in beautiful Aix-En-Provence. Today I want to introduce you to a young writer and reviewer living there. I’ve been following her blog, Word By Word, for a while now and I’m sure you are going to want to add it toContinue reading “Meet Claire McAlpine, Reviewer Extraordinaire”
Spend a few minutes in Aix-En-Provence…
If it’s Friday, it must be France … Today I’m fantasizing about the beautiful, historical centre of Aix-En-Provence, since the main character in my new novel is hanging out there at the moment. I’m curious to see what’s going to play out there for her so can’t stay on the blog too long … That’sContinue reading “Spend a few minutes in Aix-En-Provence…”
The party’s at Bridgette’s …
Okay, a few weeks ago I promised I was only going to post on my blog twice a week and since then I’ve broken that promise several times. I’m sorry … I’m a big believer in promises so this does not make me feel good. With your permission I’ll retract that promise and simply sayContinue reading “The party’s at Bridgette’s …”
OneChild – what one young person can do
Whew! I’m still on a whirl from all the incredible activity around International Women’s Day last week! Wasn’t it a fabulous time, bringing focus to so many issues that affect all of us? We celebrate women every day but that one official recognition day offered some great opportunities to get connected in ways we mightContinue reading “OneChild – what one young person can do”