Tag: Lenni Lenape

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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