DebW07's writings cover a hodgepodge of topics from the hot-button issues and cracker-barrel philosophy of today's coffee culture to the Gordian knot of faith and religion.
Vic Dillinger writes about murder, bunnies, and wimmen.
TanoCalvenoa specializes in geography and writes about the Earth sciences, and other natural science topics.
mommymommymommy (Hannah Gold) writes about parenting issues, Girl Scouts and other topics that interest her at the moment.
Moina-Arcee (Mark Fellows) writes about what itches him: history, religion, culture, music, sports, art, the artists, and all points in between.
HLesley is a teacher of English as a second language who writes about language, travel, history, the environment and anything else that takes her fancy.
While classicalgeek's research for her day job lends itself to a number of subjects, including classical music, medieval history, offbeat travel, and business, there's no telling what path some scholarly article will send her down next.
Browna86 writes about weird stuff with the occasional educational piece; more or less.
Amerowolf (Emily Heeb) writes about video games, movies, anime, and whatever else tickles her.
Deborah-Diane writes about retirement, addiction, Al-Anon, product reviews, relationships, and whatever fascinates her at the moment.
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RoseWrites (Interview by Vic Dillinger) loves to write about issues related to the betterment of society, cooking, and humour. You are reading her blog now.
LPerry (With Vic Dillinger) takes balletomania to a whole new level; she writes with visions of sugar plum fairies dancing in her head.
JadeDragon (With Vic Dillinger)
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"They lurk in the darkest corners, hunched over cobwebby keyboards, just WAITING for you to make a mistake! They are the elite who decide your fate, so you'd better spell correctly and use good grammar and proper syntax." ~ Vic Dillinger
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