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My Book Review of Keeper of the Unicorn : A Dark Fantasy Short Story

Keeper of the Unicorns by Sahara Foley My rating: 5 of 5 stars This is such an interesting story. It is both entertaining and disturbing. As someone with OCD and having gone through cognitive behavioral therapy, the aspects about texture really resonate with me on an odd level. LOL What I like is how this story is so out-of-the-box. Nothing

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Early February Celebrates World Read Aloud Day

Reading Aloud Builds Literacy During early February, over 173 countries now celebrate what the non-profit organization LitWorld created in 2010. This holiday – event – observance is sponsored by Scholastic each year, and this year, we celebrate it on February 2nd. In honor of this celebration, Scholastic is hosting a FREE virtual event from Jan 31st through Feb 2nd and they’ve put together

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FREE for Cyber Monday 2021

With his seemingly mundane act of taking one step forward, he effectively walked from myth to reality. A mysterious friend reappears in the lives of cousins Hannah Mitchell and Jenna Warnke. His return causes a haunted past to be revived and a search for answers about ancient myths in the Snoqualmie Valley of Washington State is born. Could modern science

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Happy Holidays To All!

I am someone who is innately interested in many things. In particular, I have always been a student of archaeology, ancient near east studies, Egyptology, and ufology. I love learning about religions, legends/mythology, and cultures. People are fascinating – how similar we are as well as how different. I always taught my children that it is our similarities bringing us

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Fun Art Exhibition & Book Giveaway!

NORNS TRIAD PUBLICATIONS OCTOBER 2021 GIVEAWAY By submitting your original drawing, you’re (1) acknowledging that you own the rights to said drawing and (2) you’re giving us permission to display your artwork on our blog (starting Nov 5, 2021) in an online art gallery. Classroom participation is encouraged, though pieces submitted by teachers must have written consent from parents to be included.

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