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Radio Interview & Book Release: ‘Every Child Is Entitled To Innocence’

Please listen to Words On Top’s Frank Hanover radio interview of Niamh Clune promoting the book release of ‘Every Child is Entitled to Innocence’ and the launch of Orangeberry Books Publishing.

I am thrilled to be published in the company of such incredibly talented writers and poets in “Every Child is Entitled to Innocence” … this wonderful anthology is published by Orangeberry Books and is available Today.

Please visit http://orangeberrybooks.com/ to purchase your copy, and help to Stamp Out Child Abuse.

All profits from the sales of this collaborative effort will go to benefit Child Helpline International (http://www.childhelplineinternational.org/).

Click on the below link to listen.

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Every Child is Entitled to Innocence

I am thrilled to be published in the company of such incredibly talented writers and poets in “Every Child is Entitled to Innocence” … this wonderful anthology is being published by Orangeberry Books and is set to be released on February 14th as an ebook. All profits from the sales of this collaborative effort will go to benefit Child Helpline International (http://www.childhelplineinternational.org). Please visit http://orangeberrybooks.com to purchase your copy, and help to Stamp Out Child Abuse.

End Piracy, Not Liberty – Google

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Two bills before Congress, known as the Protect IP Act (PIPA) in the Senate and the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) in the House, would censor the Web and impose harmful regulations on American business. Millions of Internet users and entrepreneurs already opp…

Imperfections

Optimism

Carousel

As a small child, my family would visit the park on Sunday afternoons, and I was allowed to have only one ride on the carousel.  It was an old fashioned carousel with ornately carved and colorfully painted wooden horses.  Each week I would choose the grandest horse positioned on the outer edge of the carousel.  You see, it was only from the outer horses that I had a chance to reach for and grasp the brass ring … thereby winning the opportunity to ride again.

It strikes me now, being not so small of a child any longer, the life lesson wrapped up in those delightful Sunday afternoons spent upon my trusted steed.  Thus, Life is like a carousel … forever spinning round and round, with each of us experiencing our own ups and downs … and if you position yourself on the edge, take a chance, reach for the stars, you may just find that when you open your hand … you are holding the brass ring.

In a Word … Settle

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