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Marked Territory by Neal F. Litherland
Watch my official YouTube book review on Marked Territory here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tglm4bmozfQ If you’re looking for a cute, heart-warming animal story, you’re in the wrong place. Marked Territory is an action-packed tale of strays and wilds that battle for turf in the unforgiving streets of New York City. Our main character is a big bottlebrush longhair grey cat named Leo; a skull-crushing bruiser who gets an unexpected call for help from a church mouse named Charity.
How to Actually Achieve Your New Years Resolutions
Make and Break We all set New Years resolutions, but why are they so hard to keep? The fresh start seems so promising, but by February we're already over it and back to our old ways. How do we get these goals to finally stick?
Spice Up Your Spells with Cinnamon
Cinnamon (or Cassia) is one of the most ancient and versatile spices. Cassia is the version found and used most frequently today, while "True Cinnamon" is much harder to come by and does not have as strong of a scent. This spice is a simple and powerful addition to any practice.
Modeling is Not Glamorous
When people think of the modeling industry, they think of the prestigious European fashion week runways, Victoria's Secret models, and Tyra on America's Next Top Model. While all of these things are a part of the modeling world, they do not paint an accurate picture of what working as a modeling is truly like.
5 Ways to Go Green and Save Some Green
Often when people hear the phrase "Go Green!" they think of big expensive projects like putting in solar panels on their roof, buying an electric car, or installing all new water-saving plumbing fixtures. But Going Green doesn't have to be a huge investment, and it can help you save money too.
The Magic in Everyday Items
When people think of "pagan" or "magic", they often think of donning a ceremonial robe, waving a wooden wand carved with runes, and kneeling before an elaborate altar covered with statues, stones, and other magical bric-a-brac. What people fail to recognize is that the "magic" itself comes from personal connection and intention. No fancy costumes or tools are required for that.