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  • Meet The Author- Mandi Konesni

    1- Name a book or series that you can re-read again and again. JK Rowling, Harry Potter series. She created this entire fantastic world, it's just so easy to get immersed in. I discover new things on each re-read. 2- Name an author whose book you could never NOT buy. Sherrilyn Kenyon 3- What w...
  • New Years, Semi-New Me.

    The Anti-Resolutions for 2015. This way I know that I've already achieved and grown so much, and this list starts with positives, not negatives like so much in life. These are things that I had never thought I could do, and I've done them, or am working on them. And it's a huge deal, even if I can'...
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  • Review, Lulu Press

    https://www.lulu.com/ I have published 3 books through Lulu. Two non-fiction, one fiction. To start with, you begin your account and then set up your first project. You give it a name, your author name, and pick what you are creating. There are tons of options for sizing and print quality, as ...
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  • Historical Tidbits- Romani

    Random tidbits for my current work in progress that I wanted to save so I could refer back to them in one easy to find place. The Romani (also spelled Romany), or Roma, are an ethnicity of Indian origin, living mostly in Europe and the Americas.[24][25] Romani are widely known among Anglophonic p...
  • Historical Tidbits- Kosice

    Random tidbits for my current work in progress that I wanted to save so I could refer back to them in one easy to find place. Košice is the biggest city in eastern Slovakia and in 2013 was the European Capital of Culture together with Marseille, France. It is situated on the river Hornád at the ...
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  • Historical Tidbits- Dacians

    Random tidbits for my current work in progress that I wanted to save so I could refer back to them in one easy to find place. The Dacians (/ˈdeɪʃənz/; Latin: Daci, Ancient Greek: Δάκοι,[2] Δάοι,[2] Δάκαι[3]) were an Indo-European people, part of or related to the Thracians. Dacians were the anci...
  • Historical Tidbits- Scărișoara Cave

    Random tidbits for my current work in progress that I wanted to save so I could refer back to them in one easy to find place. Scărișoara Cave (Romanian: Peștera Scărișoara), is one of the biggest ice caves in the Apuseni Mountains of Romania, in a part of Carpathian chain. It is considered one o...
  • Historical Tidbits- Strigoi

    Random tidbits for my current work in progress that I wanted to save so I could refer back to them in one easy to find place. In Romanian mythology, strigoi (English: striga, poltergeist)[1] are the troubled souls of the dead rising from the grave. Some strigoi can be living people with certain m...