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A Playful Pit Bull Breakthrough!

It's been tough on Tonks these last few weeks as she and Blue haven't been able to find their level.  She's going on nine years old now and just doesn't have the same energy levels as a 12 month old Pit Bull.  Because he'd spent most of his puppy months either chained...

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The Challenges of Fostering a Pitbull

If you'd asked me three years ago, before I met Owen, whether I could imagine owning an enormous Pit Bull the answer would certainly have been no.  I've actually always been a cat person, but since moving in to a home with the lush indecently naked-bellied fur ball...

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Review: ‘I See You’ by Clare Mackintosh

I had heard such wonderful things about Clare Mackintosh’s I Let You Go (which I have yet to read), that I jumped at the opportunity to read I See You which promised a just as interesting premise, and had been described as “an edge-of-your-seat, page-turning...

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Camp NaNoWriMo 2016

Everyone starts NaNoWriMo with the best of intentions.  God knows I've started multiple times and life just gets in the way, over and over!  I think I've got about 6000 words in total of randomly started projects, none of which have ever gone anywhere. This is the...

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Review: ‘The Fireman’ by Joe Hill

Joe Hill's new novel The Fireman is a strong addition to Hill's already fantastic bibliography.  It took a number of different formulas that had already been tried and tested in the horror genre and melded them together to make something poignant, throwing in pop...

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Review: ‘Outlander’ by Diana Gabaldon

By complete accident, due to a mis-clicking incident while I was making my lunch, I happened to see the first episode of Outlander on Netflix a few days ago.  It was not something that had appealed to me as I’d heard the novel was a bit of a sweeping romance which is...

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Review: “Flawed” by Cecilia Ahern

One day Cecilia Ahern got bored writing the same romance novels over and over. She read 'The Hunger Games' trilogy and then read the 'Divergent' trilogy and thought "I can do that." And then proceeded to do that, exactly. But here's the surprising bit; Flawed is...

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The Sims 4: Converting Eyemasks

One of my favourite things in The Sims franchises has always been making the sims.  Most of my CC is hair, eyes, skin and clothes so one day I will make the perfect Sim.  My partner Owen calls it 'barbies for adults' and he's not half wrong.  Even when I play RPGs the...

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My name is Pamela Koehne-Drube and I am a freelance writer, researcher and historian. I’m an avid reader, avid writer, and this is my blog to showcase my work, opinions, reviews and loves.

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