Vacation with Vitality: Natural Refreshment

  I won't pose as a great outdoorswoman. I'm a okayish indoorswoman, at best. But something in me yearns to unlock myself from walls, to venture out of my citiscape, and let my skin drink rays not filtered through a window pane. Nature refreshes the soul. When we immerse ourselves in…

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Revisionary Author Interview

  Author and fellow Word Weaver Kristen Hogrefe gives us a glimpse into her new YA novel, The Revisionary, releasing this June. The novel is the first in a new trilogy published by Write Integrity Press called The Rogues where future and past civilizations collide in a futuristic, dystopian setting.  …

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Scenescaping

Certain days become moments of uncommon fortune. Today, luck has met you here. This blog has morphed into a vessel and¬†extend its gangplank to you. Welcome to Scenescaping, a venture into uncharted stories where the readers suggest tale fragments and an author navigates us through them and beyond. Shall we take…

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Be the Hero of Your Story

When a sheltered lady boards a pirate ship, survival teeters on the edge of a blade. Her heart throbs with percussive gusto. Tendons thicken in her soul's core. Her spirit expands until she¬†becomes someone she never dreamed. She finds love, masters swordsmanship, and captains a ship. Unknown lands unfold before her.…

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Spicy and Divine

It improves cocoa and makes chocolate more interesting. Nutritionists claim it boosts metabolism and immunity. While a little goes a long way, Mexican food isn't the same without some form of this spice. Cayenne powder takes the chili seasoning to another level. Life could go on without cayenne peppers, of course.…

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