Monthly Archives: October 2013

Holding my breath…

I apologize that I’ve been absent for a few days. I’ve been spending my time away from you watching, working and thinking.  It’s not the news that I’m watching, but the people around me. When the government shut down first … Continue reading

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Thursday’s Threesome!

Traci Hohenstein Dear Reader, Thanks for checking out my author page. A little about me… I live in NW Florida with my husband, who is a firefighter, and my three kids. We live near the beach, where I love to … Continue reading

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Sticks & Stones with Amy Eye: Star gazing

Tell me how you feel on a scale of one – five. One being you are ready to throw in the towel and five being you are the happiest you could dream. So, I guess three would be you are not … Continue reading

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Alexander Zoltai (& Sena Quaren) on Journal Jabber tonight

Hear here (get it? ;p) With the government in partial shut down, the environment in a mess and human to human violence at a frenetic peak, there is no better time to hear from Alexander Zoltai and his book, Notes from … Continue reading

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Dandilyon Fluff looking for writers

I blame Amy. When she came aboard Dandilyon Fluff with her excellent Wednesday posts I discovered what it was like to take the evening off.  Now I’m spoiled.  It’s nice to share the Fluff with someone else… and I want … Continue reading

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How Google+ gets writers noticed

Google+ has made it easier for writers to grow their audience by adding two new visibility features for Google+.  First, Google integrated with Google+. Sign in with the company’s Authorship program, which automatically associates articles with a writer’s Google+ profile. … Continue reading

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Revisiting “Capitalism At Its Best – Happy “You’re Broke” Day”

NOTE: With all the financial panic and government mayhem I’ve been going through some of my early posts and find them even more pertinent today than ever.  I hope you enjoy this trip back to some of Dandilyon Fluff’s earlier … Continue reading

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Revisiting “Freegans, Stamping Out Consumerism One Dumpster Dive at a Time”

NOTE: With all the financial panic and government mayhem I’ve been going through some of my early posts and find them even more pertinent today than ever.  I hope you enjoy this trip back to some of Dandilyon Fluff’s earlier offerings. … Continue reading

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Sticks & Stones with Amy Eye: Genre Roles

Did you guys miss me? Well, I really couldn’t wait to get back on here and tackle the blogging again! I hope the feeling of wonder and fun I have while doing this never goes buh-bye. I love getting to share my … Continue reading

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J.G. Faherty on Journal Jabber TONIGHT!

Listen up!  It’s that month, the wonderful month of October when all horror aficionados feel the hair on the back of their necks began to prick like tiny ants marching up and down their tingling spines. Amy Eye has ousted me as … Continue reading

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