This section of Mandy's Pages showcases occasional posts by in-house or guest writers. These may be on random topics and totally unrelated to writing or blogging.
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Pastor Andre Wright from Topside Church of God, (Louisville, Tennessee), gives a brief yet Scriptural insight into 'loving thy neighbor' versus 'minding your own business.'
Mandy, from Mandy's Pages and Blue Butterfly Bags, intends to merge two crafts into one with the new "Lyrical Blue Butterfly Bags" electronic journal. Read on for more details.
For those who are not familiar with NANAOWRIMO - its the acronym for National Novel Writing Month, which is an annual internet-based, writing project. However, as I plod along plotting, my book takes form in my mind. This is an unfinished project as of now.
Adam Clark, sports editor at Mandy's Pages, delves into a theory that that investigation of Jerry Sandusky was leaked at its earliest stages by law enforcement to Pulitzer prize-winning Sara Ganim.
In the previous post Do You Love Camping: Try Camping in the Desert for a New Camping Experience, I described the Bedouin welcome we received at the Desert Palm Camp and some of the activities we undertook in the evening around sunset. In this post, get a better feel of the camp and learn what it is to be powerless in the desert.
Have you ever experienced camping out in the desert? Camping experts will tell you that this is yet another face of camping; in unfamiliar terrain and under extreme conditions. Be sure to have a guide with you lest you lose your sense of direction or end up dune bashing. Experience the state of being 'powerless' when camping at the Sama al Wasil desert camp.
Many of you will make an attempt to write your (first) novel in the month of November - the National November Writing Month or NaNoWriMo. What do you do to motivate yourself to write, or do you just write off the top of your head and then go blank? Find helpful tips to motivate you to write a book within a span of 30 days; 50,000 words minimum.
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