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Julian Scott was 15 years old when he enlisted as drummer and fifer with the 3rd Vermont Infantry. He liked to sketch pictures and frequently sketched scenes and people in camp as well as scenes from the battlefield. During the 7 Days Battle retreat from Richmond in the early summer of 1862, his unit was involved in combat with the Confederate Army which required crossing a creek. As his regiment retreated across the creek, many wounded…Continue
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After being rejected and left alone, Alexandria, finds herself going down a moral line. Slightly…Continue
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What are "Heavenly Signs"?
The Bible makes a number of surprising references to signs. The word “sign” occurs 855 times in 806 verses of the Bible from the book of Genesis to Revelation.
The Apostle John’s vision in Revelation has many signs that appear in the heavens. The prophetic…Continue
Added by CBM Christian Book Marketing on November 30, 2015 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Lots of good stories in the current issue, including one of mine: http://mystericale.com/current-issue/
Added by J. R. Lindermuth on November 29, 2015 at 12:40pm — No Comments
Genre: Nonfiction Novel; Historical Fiction
Author: Florence Byham Weinberg
Publisher: Twilight Times Books
Amazon / …Continue
Added by Mayra Calvani on November 29, 2015 at 6:37am — No Comments
Author Jay Dubya's 49th Book titled First Person Stories (552 pages) is now out in paperback. FPS also currently exists in Kindle, in Nook and in Smashwords e-book formats, and the title will soon be available in hardcover in early January of 2016.
Click below for Amazon.com webpage:…Continue
Added by Jay Dubya on November 28, 2015 at 5:07am — No Comments
A review like this one from a complete stranger makes all the hard work worth it.
I want to journey to a place,
that’s unknown and unfamiliar;
He’ll stop the sense of déjà vu
and nothing can be familiar.
I’d love to get that sensation,
to live without pointing fingers;
when surrounded by holy peace,
I can know His Presence lingers.
Within this blessed serenity,
I’ll find His joy without worries;
Life slows to a Godly pace where
I’m being, not in a hurry…
to escape His magnificence!
Added by Joseph J. Breunig 3rd on November 25, 2015 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Traditions of men get in the way,
while creating an unholy mix-
the Human Condition fails us now,
as our eyes on ourselves are transfixed,
blinded to The Father’s heavenly sway.
When relationships sadly break down,
we’re torn about whom we can still trust-
the Human Condition fails us now,
as we’re held back by our soulish lusts,
blinded to His mercies that abound.
Recurring loops of insanity,
ensure that we won’t find any…
Added by Joseph J. Breunig 3rd on November 25, 2015 at 11:59am — No Comments
Is tarot card reading real? Can someone who wears flowing robes foretell the future just by looking at the cards, or is tarot reading simply an elaborate scam to entice you to spend your money? Let’s try to look at things from a neutral point of view and learn more about both sides. http://bit.ly/1XptEcM
Added by Keith Steinbaum on November 24, 2015 at 5:24pm — No Comments
From the NaNoWriMo Site November 22, 2015 You, wonderful author, have officially written 50K of your novel during NaNoWriMo 2015. After all your hard work this month, you’ve finished a draft of your novel. We’re so incredibly proud to add your wondrous work to the shelves of “The…Continue
Added by Fay Risner on November 24, 2015 at 2:00pm — No Comments
As Indie Authors, it's imperative that we present a professionally finished book to our readers, not only for their benefit but also for our reputation as an author. We all know it's difficult enough to create a bestselling novel, but if your cover is lacklustre and unappealing then you're sabotaging your hard work by not giving your book the opportunity to make the impact that it deserves.
Indie publishing professionals warn against authors designing their own…
Added by Maggie Anderson on November 24, 2015 at 1:30pm — No Comments
While similarities certainly exist between the Common Core and previous standards, there do exist some key differences. This week we will take a look at these three key shifts:
1. Greater focus on fewer topics
2. More coherence
The developers of the Common Core have aimed to create standards that focus on…Continue
Added by Angelina Perez on November 24, 2015 at 11:47am — No Comments
Here is the list of the top 10 PARCC and Common Core questions that many parents and educators often worry about in Massachusetts. This will help in guiding you and enhancing your understanding with regards to these standards.
No, it is not. Massachusetts has played a lead role in creating a Common Core. Apart from this, the core has outlined all the aspects that the students should cover…Continue
Added by Angelina Perez on November 24, 2015 at 10:13am — No Comments
It seems like such a simple word, but it can be one of the most important aspects of a child’s education. In so many schools, enrichment seems to be the tool of pushing forward learning for gifted and advanced students. Between programs, special classes, and extra time, these students reap great rewards with enrichment.
The reality is, though; they shouldn’t be the only ones.…Continue
Added by Angelina Perez on November 24, 2015 at 9:59am — No Comments
It’s that time of year. Grading periods have closed, and students have come home with either Progress Reports or Report Cards, or possibly even both. As parents, we place the obligatory signature on the piece of paper and hand it back to our students to turn in the next day. We even review the scores and comments and might have a conversation with our child. But how to we actively engage in a conversation with them based on what the document says if we aren’t always certain ourselves? What…Continue
Added by Angelina Perez on November 24, 2015 at 9:47am — No Comments
Recently, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan announced his resignation effective the end of the year. Immediately, President Obama named John King, Jr. as his replacement, leaving many to speculate on what his tenure could mean for education.
Many consider the end Secretary Duncan’s term to be more than a simple changing of the guard; they are speculating it may be the end of a standards-based education era. From 1993-2015, the tenures of
Secretaries Riley, Paige, Spellings,…
Added by Angelina Perez on November 24, 2015 at 6:05am — No Comments
As parents, we often worry about how we can actively help ours children’s education. Most of us aren’t teachers; we do not work in schools. In fact, we do not always even understand the standards they are supposed to learn, let alone know how to help them. But there is one activity we can do regularly that keeps us engaged with our kids, and helps their education at the same time: reading.
Reading is the most important academic activity you can do with your child.
When you read…Continue
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