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Turning Down Social Media’s Volume by Mike Croucher

Photo by Rodion Kutsaev from Unsplash During this pandemic, staying informed is vital to our health, but being obsessed with the news, whether about covid19, the gong show that is American politics, politics in general, or a world in chaos—as it has been for generations, and will likely stay in for decades to come—is really… Continue reading Turning Down Social Media’s Volume by Mike Croucher

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Wanderings of the Mind by Felicity Sidnell Reid

Pink Lotus, Photo by Peter Rudlinger from Pixabay Recently I came across a file containing part of a novel I started writing a number of years ago, then put away and more or less forgot. Since re-reading it I’ve been trying to continue the story, which has allowed me to “travel” in this time of… Continue reading Wanderings of the Mind by Felicity Sidnell Reid

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Pandemic Trilogy by Marie-Lynn Hammond

Photo by Marie-Lynn Hammond I. Barely Noticed spring belatedly crept up on us we barely noticed   we hauled up all the drawbridges barricaded ourselves in against the pestilence   but it invaded by stealth and left us powerless as peasants   and while we counted potatoes and washed our hands over and over and… Continue reading Pandemic Trilogy by Marie-Lynn Hammond

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Pandemic as Genesis for Change by Mike Croucher

The shutdowns in response to Covid19 have been almost as impactful as the pandemic. Some people might argue that shutting down was more of a shock to our modern lives than the outbreak itself. As we slowly emerge from the first go-round of the disease – the experts predict, quite convincingly, that there will be… Continue reading Pandemic as Genesis for Change by Mike Croucher