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Hello, my lovely bookworms. This is the place where I share all of my discussion posts!

Originally, Flora’s Musings was a lifestyle type blog and have evolved into a book blog over the years. However, the common question of “Are book reviews enough for book blogs?” periodically pops up. Memes and tags are a great way to post something new but so are opinion or discussion posts. These posts always get the most comments and blogger interactions. I love it.

My Discussion Posts

An Aspect Of Reading I hadn’t Considered.

Hello fellow reading fiends, I love reading, as many of you know (and will completely understand) but I was blown away reading this interview on Evelina's blog with Jen - ...
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Sharing Is Caring – Re-blogging About Books

Hello My Lovelies, Today, I’d like to share with you a post that I read on a fellow pagan blogger’s site – A Bad Witch’s Blog - I've shared some ...
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A Tragic and Shameful Tale of Neglect and Death

Hello My Lovelies, Today, I'd like to share with you a post that I read on fellow bloggers' site The Haunted Palace. The site is run by avid amateur historians, ...
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Male Author or Female Author – Does Gender Matter?

Hello my lovelies. Today I'd like to share a post about the importance gender seems to play in publishing. This month is all about the ladies. My inbox, Facebook wall ...
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Books and Charms Unboxing | February 2019

I don't subscribe to any book box schemes; I've moved away from paperbacks to Kindle and Audible. This looks like a great box full of bookish goodies though. I could ...
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Duke De Richleau’s Nocturnal Revelries: Another Interesting Read – Re-blog

Hello, My Lovelies. Today, I'm sharing a book review from a fellow blogger, Duke De Richleau's Nocturnal Revelries. Brace yourself! He's discussing Don’t Make Me Go Back, Mommy: A Child’s ...
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Merry Christmas – Happy Yule

Hello My Lovelies, I just wanted to wish you all a Happy Christmas - even if you don't celebrate this religious Christian festival, I hope that you manage to spend ...
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Artist Rafael Gómezbarros’ Giant Ant Infestations Will Make Your Skin Crawl by Lowlife Magazine

Hello my lovelies, As you may already know, Lowlife Magazine is one of those WordPress blogs that I get an email from every time a new article is posted (like ...
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A New Addition To Flora’s Musings…

Hello my lovely followers, If you've read my blurb on my home page you will know that I started this blog for the stuff I find inspiring, amusing or interesting.  ...
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Society evolving into what thoughts from LOWLIFE MAGAZINE

Hello Dear Followers, Lowlife Magazine is one of those WordPress blogs that I get an email from every time a new article is posted. As a woman in my late ...
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New Year Resolutions – Reflections and New Promises

My 2018 New Year’s Resolutions… Hello Everyone, So, it’s the first day of January again and lots of people are busy making New Year’s Resolutions. Are you? How many of ...
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Reblogged Post… Art found in LOWLIFE MAGAZINE

Hello Everyone, Like you, I get a number of blog posts by email and I thought that I would share this amazing post with you. My artistic side that can ...
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Reblogged Post… Amazing Art from LOWLIFE MAGAZINE

Hello Everyone, Like you, I get a number of blog posts by email and I thought that I would share this amazing post with you. I don't drink coffee (love ...
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Reblogged Post… Amazon Has A Fake Book Problem by David Gaughran

Hello Fellow Readers, You know that I like to read, yes? Of course you do.  😉 Well I often use Amazon and Goodreads as part of my decision making process ...
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Could You Live Without Money? | Philip Carr-Gomm

I read the post http://www.philipcarr-gomm.com/could-you-live-without-money/ and I don't think that I could do it but I really admire people that have enough conviction to put into practice theirs ...
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Byzantine-era church uncovered in Jerusalem highway expansion

archaeologicalnews: Road workers expanding the Jerusalem-Tel Aviv highway found the ruins of a Byzantine-era way station and church near the entrance to a town just west of the capital, Antiquities ...
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Two Chavin gargoyles found in Chaupimarca, Pasco

archaeologicalnews: Two stone gargoyles associated with the pre-Hispanic Chavin culture have been discovered on a the town wall of Chaupimarca, in Pasco.The two heads stand about 40 centimetres high and ...
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… magical places?

I found these images on tumblr.... they conjure up images of faerie tales; gnomes, faeries, sorcerers, giants, unicorns & dragons and heroic quests! .... what do you think of when ...
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