Tag: Lenni Lenape

Sep 06 2018

Book Review on #ReadABookDay to #BeatTheBacklist #PlutoLives

My backlist is host to a wide variety of books from many genres. This one happens to be from the non-fiction science section. The Universe (Collins Discover)- August 8, 2006 – by Peter Grego Overall, a pretty good book. It felt like a mini-textbook to me, like the ones from school days in the 1980/90’s. …

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Aug 21 2018

A Concealed Beginning Makes a Lifetime of Emerging #birthday

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Blog All About It Challenge prompt: Beginning In the beginning, the Lenni-Lenape tribe, the Grandfathers, the original people, were one nation. A people who valued wisdom above all else. They believed, according to the knowledge passed down to me, in multiple genders, equality, and a wide range of family “structures.” Like the three sisters of …

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Jul 28 2018

#NaNoProMo Day 28 Improved Author Brand to Blow Your Mind

https://badredheadmedia.com/nanopromo #NaNoProMo National Novel Promotion Month took place in May. I missed it. Better late than never! Author Brand: “brand the author, not the book” I’m well aware of this. That’s why all my social media goes to my name. My website is what-are-they, isn’t my name, but it is the brand I want to …

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Jul 08 2018

Day Eight of #NaNoProMo is About Book Marketing Tips and Ideas

https://badredheadmedia.com/nanopromo National Novel Promotion Month took place in May. I missed it. Better late than never! The Squeaky Wheel Gets the Grease I’m not really sure who to ask for what. How about this… I’m looking for fellow bloggers who are interested in featuring an author who – has a New Adult book out – …

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Dec 31 2017

Book Review-a-thon

paranormalbookreviews-kelly.blogspot.com/p/review-thon.html #FlightsOfFantasy #DiversityBingo2017 #SpecFic #DebutAuthor #NewToMe2017 Ghost Stories of the Lehigh Valley by Charles J. Adams III, David J. Seibold #NewToMe2017 A good book with several stories I’ve heard around before, and some I’ve encountered myself. I do wish my Lenni-Lenape people were portrayed better in this book though. The Rusty Nail Bar in Palmerton …

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Nov 23 2017

Thanksgiving Thought

For more thoughts like this, Click. In all honesty though, folks, I hope you have a good holiday. Or just a nice day, for those of you outside of the US.

Oct 04 2017

#IWSG Showing My Writer Insecurity (Potato at the End)

http://www.insecurewriterssupportgroup.com/2017/08/the-insecure-writers-support-group-and.html On October 4, post a photo … with the IWSG logo. Then leave a comment that day at either the IWSG website’s post or the IWSG Facebook post directing us to your photo. (For information on Maize also being called Corn, click.) I’m sharing a series of images here. Using a very basic weaving …

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May 08 2016

#WhosYourHero Giveaway Hop #story

This month we’re celebrating the men and women (and animals too!) that rock a uniform–whichever uniform that may be. Military, Police, Firefighter and all others who serve and protect. So…Who’s Your Hero? Stop by each blog for a giveaway and to find out who OUR favorite fictional and real life heroes are… Who is my …

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May 06 2016

Liebster Award Number Four

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Having 3624 (3228 by email) followers, I don’t know that I still qualify for this award (normally for those with less than 1000 followers). But a good blogging friend nominated me, so I’m doing it anyway! Thank you, Sarah! Rules of the Liebster Award If you have been nominated for The Liebster Award and you …

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Jan 04 2016

#boutofbooks 15 January 2016

The Bout of Books read-a-thon is organized by Amanda @ On a Book Bender and Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal. It is a week long read-a-thon that begins 12:01am Monday, January 4th and runs through Sunday, January 10th in whatever time zone you are in. Bout of Books is low-pressure. There are challenges, giveaways, and …

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Dec 03 2014

An @OpAwesome6 Author Bio Mad Libs

  J Lenni Dorner is a fantasy author who has written about everything from glottis to pliable menus and has won a Oscar for his/her nonfiction book, “The Woodworker’s Guide to Wrapping.” S/He lives in Maine with his/her family and 237 brittle lions. S/He is a psychology graduate of AFX and has enjoyed laughing in …

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Nov 23 2014

Sunday Seven Foods from the First Thanksgiving

  A list of seven of something- brought to you on Sunday. What can you add?   The Wampanoag people took pity on the sick, starving pale-faced people that had settled on their land. There had been rumors from distant tribes to the south of pale people who came in oversized canoes and committed monstrous …

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Jun 25 2014

Survey Says

Congratulations to Jan Lee, winner of the Is Flash Intro a Vestibule contest! For those who were hoping to know, here are some of the survey results: Some people are easily lost. A vestibule confuses them to the point that they cannot shop at large stores or eat at certain restaurants. It’s very sad. That …

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Jun 15 2014

Sunday Seven of Citizenship to honor Native Americans and Fathers

A timeline to citizenship and voting rights   1630- Export of Native American slaves becomes a notable business and popular strategy to depopulate the land   1730- The number of Native American’s exported far exceeds the number of all other slaves imported to the Americas   1863- Emancipation Proclamation   1867- A record number of …

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Apr 14 2014

#atozchallenge L is for Lenni Lenape

I comb through the pages. They’re interesting, even though I don’t fully understand most of what I’m looking at. I tuck them back in and move on to another.   The symbols of a wolf, turtle, and a turkey are on the next jar. Surely, this is what I am meant to find. A dried …

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Mar 24 2014

A favorite character

If I select one of my own characters for this, the others will murder me in my sleep. Or, worse, they’ll shut up, because they know how I feel about the silent treatment. (Only writers can talk about imaginary people like this without sounding totally crazy.)             My favorite character from …

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Mar 02 2014

Sunday Seven- New England Nations

A list of seven of something- brought to you on Sunday. What can you add?  Native American Nations and Tribes of New England   Lenni-Lenape Pennacook Iroquois Penobscot Montaukett Shinnecock Mohawk

Feb 26 2014

Cameras, Villains, and #MSWL wishes

**Note– I did NOT think about the auto-post networked feature when I titled this. I am sorry to those who surfed here expecting anything other than my wishing my fellow writers well wishes on this #mswl day. Serious “facepalm” moment on my part. I would untweet if I could. I’d change the title now, if …

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Feb 24 2014

I could be in the credits

If I could be in any movie or TV show, as myself, what would I choose, and what would I bring to the table?   This is a tough one, because my upbringing states that a camera can steal a soul, and production sets are full of cameras! So either that needs to be set …

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