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Historical Non-Fiction in Northern Ontario

Archive for March 27th, 2014

Red Flags

As usual, I will sidestep the daily prompt that asks have I ever suffered from Imposter Syndrome? Short answer: nope. I can say, however, that I have felt duped by people. Not necessarily that there was intent to lead me astray, but that was the net result. Very early in my learning career, which was at home, school, and church, I understood the need to get it right. I also understood that […]

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Scratch the Itch

This interminable winter, in spite of the record-breaking cold, will go down in my books as a winner. Yes, in spite of the pain-in-the-ass polar vortex. In spite of the fact that it is almost April and we have snow drifts up to my knees. (Yesterday I came across this funny: Spring forward? How frickin’ far forward did it go?) The reason this winter is a winner?  It is before […]

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