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Pamlico Writers Group and Beaufort County Arts Council/Art of the Pamlico, sponsors of the annual Pamlico Writers Conference
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Tucker Shaw Sep 17
I overheard a young man on the train on the way home today, talking to another young man. Holding hands. In college, I guessed. About that age anyway. Much younger than I am.
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Kristan Higgins 22h
If there's anyone out there having a meltdown because Bert & Ernie might be gay, please turn your concern to the children taken from their parents and put in detention camps. B&E are puppets. Those kids are humans, and I'm 100% sure Jesus cares more about them. Matthew 19:14.
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Richard Krawiec Sep 18
Mother is a map of pains;/and prayers from her mouth drown in the sink./ The backyard grows flowers in reverse./ I am just a point away from another point./ And my dreams only stop in my dreams. -- Chinua Ezenwa-Ohaeto from Issue 16 of ONE.
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ECU Police Sep 18
We have officers out with assisting in their recovery efforts. There is a lot of devastation there but they will bounce back and rebuild their city.
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Sherri L. Hollister 15h
5 of 5 stars to Darkness Lane by Thomas Kies
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Reedsy Sep 18
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Alan Chaput 7h
The sun has risen. It's a new morning. Spread kindness wherever you go today.
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Thanks for your support!
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Beverly Jenkins Sep 18
Deadline Goal for the Day.
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The Pamlico Writers 18h
Meet the Authors at the PWG Carnival of Books: Dana L. Silkiss (1954-) was born in Brooklyn, NY. He attended Malverne HS on Long Island, NY, THEN studied at the University of Colorado and Adelphi Universities.
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The Pamlico Writers 18h
Replying to @GraffMarni
Thanks I think this is going to be a fabulous event!
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Dana is an entrepreneur who has successfully created many businesses. He is also a published poet, songwriter, martial artist, horse trainer, professional musician, author, and recording artist.
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Leonard Tillerman 21h
Why did I wait so long to read The Secret Language of Women by She writes beautifully! Review coming soon.
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Victoria Hanlen 19h
99p / 99c 'A definite must read!' ❤️ THE TROUBLE WITH MISBEHAVING ❤️ US UK
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Katie Oliver Sep 13
💚 A ghostly flapper 💚 An old brownstone 💚 A dog named Maximilian... 💚 And Mr Darcy! MANOLOS IN MANHATTAN
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james hayman Sep 17
Follow my for "A Fatal Obsession" Here's Day 6:  The book is now available for purchase at Please RT to your fellow fans! a
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Chanticleer Reviews Sep 17
The Jossing Affair finaled twice at the I'm very happy where it is going today. Just believe, use, some elbow grease and it will happen.
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Mandy Morton Sep 18
Looking forward to it.
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Sherri L. Hollister Sep 15
Replying to @ninsthewriter
Hey ! I can’t wait to read Risky Christmas Affair. Thanks for sharing!
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Deanna Raybourn Sep 15
THIS. Evacuating can be expensive, exhausting, isolating. Shelters fill up, some don't take pets. Some people don't have transportation for their needs. Not everybody who stays put is trying to joyride the storm so some compassion is in order.
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