Canadian GoFundMe Raises $6B In Two Hours To Pay For Privacy Hedge Along Entire US Border

The Out And Abouter

hedgery An “artist’s” rendition of the “privacy hedge”.

In a stunning rebuke of the 46th best president in American history, the United States’ northern neighbour shattered numerous crowdsourcing records today, when it raised billions and billions and billions of dollars to plant and maintain a living barrier between themselves and the adjacent idiocracy. 

“We’d heard that a bunch of people down in the You-Ess-of-Eh had decided to empty their wallets out for a wall that won’t block anything other than half of all escape routes, when their dirty bomb of a president melts through his retaining barrier,” explains the man who started the campaign, Tom Candy, of Fewmarket, Ontario.

“So naturally our first thought was: how can we best deal with this shitshow as it unfolds directly beside us, and add a little ever-greenery to a world which, it has to be said, is looking a little bleak right now? The…

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To Conquer Pride – Review, Excerpt & Giveaway

From Pemberley to Milton

To Conquer Pride immediately caught my attention because it starts with one of my favorite scenarios in Pride and Prejudice Variations: Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth stranded in a cottage. But as the story progresses we will follow these characters through the streets and theaters of London, the living rooms of Netherfield and even the gardens of Pemberley. As you can see this book is one of those that have it all, and the best part is that the story and the events are not rushed which shows us that Ms Altman took a lot of care in the writing of her debut novel.

Apart from all those scenarios that we can find in the book, and that make it very diverse and appealing, we have above all a lot of Darcy and Elizabeth moments. Propriety is always followed, or…almost always followed, but the point is that there are few pages in the…

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Guest Chick: Diane Vallere

Chicks on the Case

The Chicks welcome back the wonderful Diane Vallere, with a post AND the chance to enter a super cool giveaway!

When One Door Opens, Another One Hits You In The Tush

We’ve all heard the expression: when one door closes, another one opens. And while it’s easier to focus on the open door, the one that represents what’s new, unexpected, fresh, and possible, it’s not always wise to ignore the door we had to close to move forward.

hardcovermdl_2550x3300I’m a fan of fresh starts. I’ve had more than one and by the time I shuffle off this mortal coil, I expect I’ll have racked up a few more. There is something exciting about creating—or recreating—our futures, like clay animals from a fresh container of Play-Doh. But if we’re not careful and we ignore the reasons that led up to that fresh start, we might rush the process and not fully…

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Lindas Book Obsession Reviews “Seven Days of Us” by Francesca Hornak

Linda's Book Obsession:

fullsizeoutput_365c.jpegLindas Book Obsession Review of “Seven Days of  Us” by Francesca Hornak  Berkley October 2018

Francesca Hornak, Author of “Seven Days of Us” has written an intense, intriguing, captivating, riveting, unique,  and emotional novel. The Genres for this novel are Fiction and Women’s Fiction. There are touches for Romance and Suspense as well.  The author describes her dysfunctional characters as complex and complicated.

Can you imagine being quarantined, and FORCED to live with your family for seven days in the same residence without some problems occurring.? It is Christmas, and the Birch family is anything but traditional. Each individual character has their deep  secrets and unique problems. Andrew Birch, the father.  finds out that he has a son he never knew about that wants to visit. Emma, his wife has some devastating secrets that will affect the family.  Phoebe, the fun-loving, absorbed younger daughter is planning a wedding with a…

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May is here!

I’m SO glad spring has finally sprung in Minnesota. To celebrate, there’s plenty of brightly colored items in this month’s prize pack!

Enter here!

Marvelous May includes:

  • Surprise signed paperback

  • Flowery glass water bottle

  • Heart mug

  • ‘Sorry I’m Booked’ tote 

  • “Nonsense” pouch

  • Odds & Ends AND This & That jars for spring organization 

  • Three pairs of May theme socks

  • Harloe swag pack (cup, koozie, chapstick, sticker, button)


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Blog Birthday Giveaway! Enter to Win!

Flippin' Pages Book Reviews

Hello friends!  Thank you so much for supporting our blog over the last year.  Yes, that is correct – we are one year old this month.  Last year about this time we were messaging through Facebook and just out of the blue we decided to start a book review blog.  Then, just a few days (two or three) later we had it all put together and were publishing our first blog post.  We had no clue what we were doing, but we were so excited and so looking forward to this great new adventure.  Since that first blog post, we have grown steadily and we’ve even branched out to Twitter and Facebook.

To celebrate our blog-birthday, we’d like to offer you a chance to win one of three prizes.  All you need to do to enter is to fill out the Rafflecopter form – just click on the link below. 

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