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Hi and welcome to group of Aspiring Writers. As a travel writer I have been quite busy writing for my blog, Aspen Real Life, but check in as much as possible to see what you are all up to. Come by and say hello. Also,  find me on Twitter and Facebook.

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Writers' Rumpus blog & 2 writer-themed giveaways

Started by Marianne Knowles Sep 13, 2013. 0 Replies

Hi everyone, I just joined Mom Bloggers. I manage a group blog, Writers' Rumpus, with a focus on writing and illustrating for…Continue

Tags: critique, Rafflecopter, giveaway, books, picture

Happy Birthday to Me Giveaway

Started by Cynthia Tolbert-Wilson Mar 30, 2013. 0 Replies

By this time of the year, we are more than ready for the tilting of the Earth that heralds the spring equinox and better weather. It’s a promise that summer will soon be here.…Continue

Writing & The Road to Publishing

Started by Shana Johnson. Last reply by Rhonda Fischer Jan 2, 2013. 5 Replies

Hi Moms,I own a independent book publishing company and I was thinking about starting some video online sessions or a video online writing group for those who are writing and want some input or want…Continue

Join Nikki Mark, Children's Book Author on Facebook and Twitter

Started by Prerna Malik. Last reply by Emma Kaufmann Mar 13, 2012. 2 Replies

Hi, I am the Social Media Manager for Nikki Mark, author of the popular kids’ book for working moms, Mommy Brings Home the Bacon. We’d love to…Continue

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Comment by Debbie Allen on December 7, 2010 at 1:32pm
Linda, it's amaing how well she's doing so far. I'll be praying for a miracle, too! After my son's sickness last week, we dealt with my oldest daughter's illness over the weekend. She also has Type 1 Diabetes, but she's 1250 miles away in Mississippi. Her first bad illness since leaving for college. It was nervewracking, but she came through with amazing support from her friends.

Comment by Linda Boulanger on December 6, 2010 at 2:49pm
Debbie! I just read the posts about your son. I'm so glad he is okay. I am certainly not liking the illnesses and issues I am seeing going around these days! It's just plain nuts that it all seems to be bursting forth. My daughter is doing remarkably well. She gets physically and mentally fatiqued really easily but, if you didn't know her, you would not know anything ever happened! She goes back on Dec. 17 for another CT Scan and Dr. prognosis. He's thinking surgery in January to remove the AVM from the brain. I'd personally like to see a miracle and the scan show it GONE! I'm trying to post updates on my blog. I posted the latest along with a story she wrote a little while back: It's an amazing story...especially since it was written when she was an early 15!
Comment by Debbie Allen on December 6, 2010 at 1:57pm
If you write fiction, you'll discover little pieces of yourself studded throughout your stories. It got me thinking about how our stories are almost like time capsules.
Comment by Erika on December 5, 2010 at 10:01am
Good Morning!

The {iWrite-iBlog-iWin} Writing Contest is open. This month's prize package is another huge one! All you have to do is choose a great post from the past and link it up on my blog!

The contest is open now and closes at 11:59PM CST Tuesday.

I hope to see you there supporting writer bloggers. Here is the direct link:

Have a great rest of the weekend.

Comment by Debbie Allen on December 2, 2010 at 10:52am
Have any of you ever thought about earning money doing copywriting? There's a free webinar coming up that explains it, and I've researched some great resources to help beginning copywriters.

Comment by Marina DelVecchio on December 2, 2010 at 7:45am
Do girl toys and boy toys send kids different messages? Watch this before you go shopping
Comment by Margot Finke on December 1, 2010 at 6:04pm
Oh wow. Now I can really understand why you and your doctor wanted to treat your child at home, unless it was a desperate emergency. Good or you, mate. Hug than munchkin from me.
Comment by Debbie Allen on December 1, 2010 at 5:30pm
With two diabetic kids, we've been fortunate to steer clear of hospitals for 15 years. Two years ago two different friends brought kids to the hospital with severe strep. One died, and the other nearly did, because they contracted MSRA infections while in the hospital. So scary.
Comment by Margot Finke on December 1, 2010 at 4:07pm
Thank goodness your son pulled through this at home. I think your doctor was right. Hospitals are scary places - especially for kids. If at all possible, treating them at home is better for both mother and child. When they are really sick, having Mom there all the time, in familiar surroundings, is a huge plus for recovery.
Comment by Mayra Calvani on December 1, 2010 at 1:45pm
Oh my gosh, Debbie! I'm so glad your son is doing better now. That must have been scary!

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