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Why Tarzan is Still my Hero

Tarzan has been around since before black and white television had Olympic swimmer Johnny Weissmuller portrayed the character whose legend has been recapped many times in movies and comics. Tarzan of the Apes was an all-human superhero (in the jungle at least). Recently, my husband and I watched the 2016 remake called THE LEGEND OF …

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Everyday heroes stand for their beliefs

What do you believe in? An equal education for everyone? Well, that’s been something people have been fighting for as long as their were people to fight. Everyday heroes stand up for what they believe in. No matter the cost. Below is a story shared on www.amightygirl.com. Even though I’m familiar with many desegregation stories …

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Why our World isn’t ready for Superheroes

In a world where people cry over dead gorillas and ignore starving or abused children, we need heroes. Now more than ever. But the world isn’t ready for superheroes. Thanks to my new site tagline (thanks Social Media Jedi Kristen Lamb), Holding out for a Hero, there is likely to be more posts about what …

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Why Superheroes need to conceal their identity

Superheroes might live among us. Your mail carrier could be one. Or maybe it’s the nerdy IT guy. After all, many famous comic superheroes have alter egos. This identity conceals their true abilities and after-dark pursuit of justice. If they didn’t live double lives, they would be considered vigilantes. Even the men and women of …

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Five things that make a Book Riveting

Some books skyrocket to the top of the sales charts. I’ve read a few and wondered why they were so popular. I’m sure you have, too. Most people agree on the ingredients that keep readers reading once they open a book. I’m a voracious reader. If you’ve followed this blog long, you’ve seen a number …

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