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Curiosity Didn’t Kill the Cat

Very interesting…Food for the thought …

Pointless Overthinking

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Troy Headrick’s personal blog can be found at Thinker Boy:  Blog & Art

My mother has told me stories about how curious I was as a child.  I don’t know if I was born this way or if this curiosity was mostly nurtured.  I guess that’s sort of a what-came-first-the-chicken-or-the-egg type of question.  I do know that mom got me going in the right direction by encouraging me to look and listen and ask questions.  And for that, I owe her nearly everything.

In my last post, “Overthinking:  A Nuanced Discussion,” I wrote about critical thinking and several related issues.  In this one, I’d like to discuss curiosity, the engine that drives us to ask more questions and become better thinkers.

Curiosity motivates us, keeps us alive and fresh and exploring.  I would even argue that those who hunger to examine and grow intellectually are happier and thus…

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Maybe Forgiven

Timeless Classics


I love with all my heart
I use my thoughtful head
I reach for goodness from the moment
I get out of bed

Until at night I wish
The best for everyone
Hope they’re having, while I’m not,
That evening some fun

Yet for my troubles yet must move
From this community,
Then find appointment once again
Another month delayed will be

Before a single hope of
Documentation have I
To even slightly circumstance
Better myself to try,

After which the new account
Of automatic pay
I had to have to get the phone
Will even function out this way

Took more than was agreed
And took it early too
And on my perfect credit
Put a mark for all to view

But do you think that my best friend
Extended sympathy?
No, chose this time to denigrate
Even my poetry

Nobody naturally smiles
Twenty four hours long

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Self-Publishing: Step-By-Step

Buried Under Books

Lauren Carr is the international best-selling author of the Mac Faraday, Lovers in Crime, and Thorny Rose Mysteries—over twenty titles across three fast-paced mystery series filled with twists and turns!

Now, Lauren has added one more hit series to her list with the Chris Matheson Cold Case Mysteries. Set in the quaint West Virginia town of Harpers Ferry, Ice introduces Chris Matheson, a retired FBI agent, who joins forces with other law enforcement retirees to heat up those cold cases that keep them up at night.

Book reviewers and readers alike rave about how Lauren Carr’s seamlessly crosses genres to include mystery, suspense, crime fiction, police procedurals, romance, and humor.

Lauren is a popular speaker who has made appearances at schools, youth groups, and on author panels at conventions. She lives with her husband, and three dogs on a mountain in Harpers Ferry, WV.

Visit Lauren’s websites and blog at:


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Not Buying Into The ‘Junk’ Energy!

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Not Buying Into The ‘Junk’ Energy!

A lot of us are getting pretty good at ‘blame shifting’, or ‘negative focus shifting’. When we desperately need a person, group or object to focus our anger out onto. Politics, social injustice, right through to bad service at the supermarket can trigger these negative feelings and even serve as a current target. A target to vent out our built up negative energy. This negative energy doesn’t necessarily make us bad people, but simply the unconscious carriers of directionless ‘junk’ energy.

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Welcome to my blog

Hello everybody!

Welcome to my blog. I hope you will enjoy reading my posts and I hope I can help you choose your next book.

I live through books, I love a good story that makes me travel without actually leaving my home.

I hope I will be able to transmit that love and passion through this blog.

See you around. 🤗📖💕