AJ’s personal message on ‘Girl Boner’-radio

Dear Readers,
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Writer’s Treasure Chest has become an amazing writer’s blog, and you are the ones who took it to what is is now and hopefully will continue supporting it.
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Once in a while though I permit myself to throw in a post that’s important to me in a personal way and is not or only indirectly connected to the writer’s world.
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This is one of them.
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Please let me first introduce you to a wonderful and dear friend of mine who I know for years:
The lovely August McLaughlin, a talented writer, founder of ‘Girl Boner’ and radio host.
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Last week we met and she spontaneously invited me to her ‘Girl Boner’ radio show where I got the possibility to briefly address my personal message to as many as possible women out there!
Thank you for this chance August! You rock!
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If you like to hear this episode of ‘Girl Boner’ radio, you can do so by clicking the following links:
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To find out more about August McLaughlin go to her Website and explore her work here: www.augustmclaughlin.com.
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Join in on my Author Interviews

Author Don Massenzio invites authors to interview! What an amazing opportunity. Check it out, please! – Thank you Don!!

Author Don Massenzio

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During the past couple of weeks, I have begun sharing interviews with other authors. So far, you can check out interviews with:

If you’d like a little bit of exposure and a chance to tell your fellow bloggers and potential readers about yourself on a different platform, just reach out to me at don@donmassenzio.com and I’ll get you scheduled.

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Book Quote Challenge – Day one

Many thanks to Patricia Ann Schaack Garcia for inviting me to participate in the Book Quote Challenge.

 

It is a great honor for me to follow in her foot steps. And that won’t be an easy task. But I’ll do my best.

 

I have to present three quotes per day by an author  of my choice for three consecutive days.  My quotes for today have been picked from Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice”.

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“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.”  

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“Vanity and pride are different things, though the words are often used synonymously. A person may be proud without being vain. Pride relates more to our opinion of ourselves, vanity to what we would have others think of us.”  

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“I could easily forgive his pride, if he had not mortified mine.”  

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I’m sure, I don’t need to explain why they impressed me so much or who said what… These quotes are legendary – and they’re kind of burned into my memory.

 

Thank you Jane Austen for this wonderful story!