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#BookReview: Apostle Unbound, by Richard Godwin

Welcome to The Theatre Of Dreams. ★★★★★ Apostle Unbound, by Richard Godwin, is a gripping crime suspense thriller, exactly as the book’s subtitle proclaims it to be. I am in full agreement with that. I would also accept the book … Continue reading

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Phoenix Rising: A novel of Anne Boleyn by Hunter S. Jones #BookReview #AuthorInterview #ASMSG

Blurb: The last hour of Anne Boleyn’s life… Court intrigue, revenge and all the secrets of the last hour are revealed as one queen falls and another rises to take her place on destiny’s stage. A young Anne Boleyn arrives … Continue reading

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#ASMSG Book Review: The Good Teacher: Women of the Willow Wood, Book 1, by International Award-Winning Author, Lorraine Carey

Blurb: When first-year teacher Daniella Reyes starts teaching at a new school, she is frightened by the crows that follow her everywhere. Being a woman with highly empathic abilities and a victim of child abuse, she is tuned to pick up … Continue reading

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#ASMSG #AuthorInterview & #BookReview: Suzanne Jenkins’ “The Liberation of Ravenna Morton”

Ravenna Morton is an American Indian woman living a very old-fashioned life in a primitive cabin at the edge of the Kalamazoo River. Facing modern problems when her lifelong romance with a Greek artist is closely examined by their children … Continue reading

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The Game of Lies I Learned Long Ago: A Day in A Conversation Class

The game of lies I learned long ago. The teacher walked into the room, smiled, and told us she had two stories to tell us. “Cool”, I thought to myself. “I like stories.” Lise Bell, my CELTA teacher, then proceeded … Continue reading

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Selected Essays On Education: Call & Response – “When One Teaches Two Learn”

Hello from Amazon KDP! Congratulations! The book “Selected Essays on Education: Call & Response – “When One Teaches Two Learn“” you recently submitted to KDP and enrolled in KDP Select has been published to the Kindle Store and is already … Continue reading

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How to Write: Life After Writer’s Block

** “Show me how.” Sooner or later, everyone either says those words, or hears those words directed at themselves. I repeat, for emphasis: “Show me how.” Game on. Let’s give you now only one communication tool – the written word. … Continue reading

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Victor Wooten: Music as a Language

Source: TED-ED: Lessons Worth Sharing Music is a powerful communication tool–it causes us to laugh, cry, think and question. Bassist and five-time Grammy winner, Victor Wooten, asks us to approach music the same way we learn verbal language–by embracing mistakes … Continue reading

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Wishful Thinking – What Would You Wish For- If You Had – Just One Wish: I’d Wish For Music

If I had one wish, what would I wish for? A very difficult question for a man who has lived half a century, a man such as I. Would I wish for riches, to have no troubles, to buy anything … Continue reading

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Amy Winehouse: Angel Song

Amy Winehouse: Angel Song Authored by Thomas Jerome Baker This book is dedicated to my family, and their families, and their families yet to be. On countless occasions I’ve said to them: “One day I will write our story.” This … Continue reading

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