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“Dreaming I Die” is LIVE!

I am thrilled to announce that the third and final installment in my Dreaming Trilogy, “Dreaming I Die,” is now live on Amazon.com in paperback or Kindle editions. Took me four years to write these three novels. I wrote them in such a way that they can all be read independently of one another, but they make the most sense when read in order. All three books now have slightly different covers that show off the cover paintings much better. #Fiction #HistoricalThrillers #LucidDreaming

1st book: https://www.amazon.com/Dreaming-Wake-Kim-Lombard-Robson/dp/1537043072

2nd book: https://www.amazon.com/Waking-I-Dream-Dreaming-2/dp/1541160924

YouTuber Ask A Mortician traveled to the Merchant’s House Museum to demonstrate a typical Victorian home’s funeral needs!

“Fairy Twinkle” in a bluebell wood in Scotland by photographer Miranda Huckle.

The Best of Eddie Murphy on SNL

From Mister Robinson’s Neighborhood to James Brown’s Celebrity Hot Tub Party, watch a compilation of Eddie Murphy’s best and most iconic moments on Saturday Night Live.

“Row of Poplars” (Filare di pioppi) by Claude Monet, 1891.

YouTuber and NASA scientist Mark Rober revisits his Glitter Bomb Trap, new and improved with better packaging, GPS tracking, and even stinkier fart spray!

Fairy Lake on Vancouver Island, Canada, by photographer Gavin Hardcastle Fototripper.

Some fishermen noticed a flock of seagulls circling and started filming. Below the surface, a pod of humpback whales are herding a ball of sardines (or some small feeder fish) into a tight group. Then they attack the ball from below, swallowing dozens of fish in one gulp.

A ruby-crowned Kinglet (aka Regulus calendula) in California, by photographer Cathy Summa-Wolfe.

“NCIS” star Mark Harmon recalls an amazing story from his early acting days, when he starred across from the legendary Liz Taylor on the 1989 TV movie “Sweet Bird of Youth.”

A faerie house in Garvan Woodland Gardens, photographed by Lana Gramlich Photography.

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