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Welcome to Reviews & Revisions

Welcome to Reviews & Revisions. I’m Rebecca Vincent. This blog is for readers and writers. Content varies and swoops and changes and shifts regularly, but the most common posts to expect are book recommendations. I read for little one’s up to big one’s and the posts reflect that. From picture books to nonfiction to literary fiction, I … Continue reading

Chatting with The Parchment Girl: Over Twenty Book Recommendations
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Chatting with The Parchment Girl: Over Twenty Book Recommendations

Yep, that’s my face over at The Parchment Girl as her monthly Featured Book Blogger. Her interview questions were so good I dropped over twenty book titles that are favorites or recommendations. Plus I admit openly to being a pop culture failure and that despite my mother’s delicious and fantastically creative efforts with homemade icing on cakes, I … Continue reading

Everything Else I Need to Think About Swearing I Learned from the WordPress Community
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Everything Else I Need to Think About Swearing I Learned from the WordPress Community

Whew! That title is a doozie. With all the confessions and boasts of prodigious swearers in the crowd I am beginning to suspect that most bloggers must be pirates. Nevertheless, between and among the comments on my recently Freshly Pressed post about swearing (here’s the link) were some interesting contributions to the discussion. I’m including a … Continue reading

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Today’s Charlotte Woman Essay: Thanks for Not Cooking

This is my essay about the time I swore off cooking for Thanksgiving. It’s actually more about my long-standing hate relationship with the kitchen. I was excited to learn this essay would go into the November issue of Today’s Charlotte Woman partially because it was a magazine I had not yet worked with and partially … Continue reading

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Little Ones Magazine Article: Unconditional Friends: Local Puppy’s Story Inspires Friendship and Acceptance

Check out this link for a story about a 2-year-old puppy who lives with disabilities, but is using those to bridge the gap between children with disabilities and typical children. His story, Bean is Born, and the work of Charlie and Sandy Petrizzo at Project 2 Heal, are examples of innovative goodness. I have been … Continue reading