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Julia Harmon, Bookwoman: Notes from the Margins

We believe that books and reading can change the world, that they can improve our personal and collective lives and that our personal stories are among the greatest gifts we can leave for those we love.

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Ruminations of a Red Dirt Hussy

Ruminations on reading, writing, teaching, and the random ridiculosity of life.

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Otter Limits

libertarian-leaning blog that blends politics with pop culture and other assorted nonsense.

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by candlelight

by candlelight will have book reviews from myself and others, curate book collections based on theme, and give peaks in to upcoming novels.

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Very Novel

I started this blog with some urgent questions: How do professional writers make a living? What does it take to publish a novel? When is the right time to take the risk of becoming a “writer” or the further risk of writing a novel? Where ca ...

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P O T A G E R

Hi. My name is Linda Vater. I have lived and gardened at my 1935 English Tudor home in Oklahoma City for the past twenty years. I share this world with my three handsome men, my uber-patient husband and two wonderful sons. I'm a self-taught garde ...

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Thinkpierce

Thinkpierce is the pseudonym and entertainment branding of native Tulsan filmmaker, writer, musician and artist Jonathan Pierce. Currently, Jonathan is working on completing 4 films and 1 book app in 2012 and you’re invited along for the ride. Th ...

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Go Mommy Go!

I am a wife, mother, and part-time librarian. I spend my days trying to keep my kids, and hopefully myself, entertained. I am always on the lookout for fun and inexpensive activities to do with my kiddos. I love to read and cook and do my best ...

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Annie Joy's Letters

Reflections on life, friends, family, books, bargains, and beautiful things, especially those in Oklahoma