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Apr 24
2016

Harri Kahlos (Esq.)

Posted by Harry in

Harry

Harri Kahlos is Finnish pianist. He studied at Oulu Conservatoire in Finland, under prof. Olga Maslak (Odessa Conservatoire), and at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London (UK), under prof. Peter Bithell and Darla Crispin (Canada). He graduated 1995 with two Diplomas of Distinction (LGSM/ Distinction; LLCM/ Distinction). Mr. Kahlos has participated in masterclasses and got private

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Mar 26
2016

LIFE IN INDIA

Posted by Peter Boasman

Peter Boasman

Living in India is different, particularly if you have a fixed view of how you think the world works! 

For example...driving. As in the U.K. You drive on the left. But that is the only thing that driving in these two countries has in common. Forget normal courtesy about giving way and observing the rules of he road! Although there are rules and regulations on the highway in India...nobody takes

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Feb 21
2016

WHY LIVE IN INDIA?

Posted by Peter Boasman

Peter Boasman
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Jan 10
2016

Ludo Walsh profile

Posted by Ludo Walsh

Ludo Walsh
http://www.ludowalsh.com/IMAGES/Leo_GAP_poster_WEB.jpg

Ah la vie au Ludoland

 

Jan 10
2016

About Me

Posted by Carolyn Kingsley

Carolyn Kingsley

I grew up on the space coast. My father's family were citrus pioneers. I was practically raised in a grove. I was the oldest of nine children. I'm now living in happy retirment in New Smyrna Beach. I'm the author of two novels. The Citrus  Baron. It covers three generations of one Florida family. And Upon the Robin's Breast, a historical romance of old Charleston. Written while I was living in

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Jan 10
2016

Money Tree Story

Posted by Annie Tabor St Claire

Annie Tabor St Claire

When I was about 7 years old, I remember my Mother taking my then 10 year old Brother, David, out to the back yard one day and telling him that if he planted his few coins he had in the earth, a money tree would grow and he would have all the money he wanted.  Well, that day, my brother planted those coins and watered them ferverently in the hopes that a tree would appear shortly. 

Since I was

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Jan 10
2016

Angel Light or Twilight?

Posted by Pat Matuszak

Pat Matuszak

I created the Angel Light series of YA fiction books under the editorial direction of AMG's wonderful acquiring editor and publisher, Dan Penwell. Well-loved by authors and agents alike, Dan is now with the Lord, missed by all of us who had the blessing of working with him. He asked me to create a series for Christian girls who would enjoy a supernatural adventure in fiction. He had already

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Jan 10
2016

The Possessed, Chapter 1

Posted by Molly Parr

Molly Parr

Hazel looked at the floor; the dark wood looked so depressing. Hazel’s room looked so blank, no expression, no feeling and no warmth. There was no comfort in her bedroom, only a bed in the middle of the room, a chest of draws to the side and a window that had shattered. There was a draft in the room, and the curtains swayed to the rhythm of the wind. Hazel looked up to see her reflection in the

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Jan 09
2016

Adolph Hitler (1889-1945):

Posted by Franklin Parker

Franklin Parker
2015 Published writings of Franklin Parker, 1921-, & Betty June Parker, 1929-, P.O. Box 406, Pleasant Hill, TN 38578.  E-mail:  bfparker@frontiernet.net    Copy any of the URLs below, paste on your browser, click on that URL, and you should access result.

 

  41 of their Library of Congress Publications, listed in (beneath 1. Benjamin…:)

 

http://catalog.loc.gov/vwebv/search?searchArg=Frankli

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Dec 22
2015

Back in Goa

Posted by Peter Boasman

Peter Boasman

Have just returned from the UK and what was a very poor summer! The weather here is post-Monsoon and very pleasant. To be able to sit on the balcony and watch the local wildlife in all it's glory is very entertaining. 

Like elswhere, food prices are on the increase along with a reduction in the RBI reduction in interest rates.

The tourist season is about to start - the first charter flight arrived

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