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A showcase of posts from Second Life Bloggers in the community. Are you a blogger that wants to join the Second Life Blogger Network (SLBN)? Fill out the submission form today! https://community.secondlife.com/blogs/entry/2627-introducing-the-second-life-blogger-network"

Entries in this blog

Strawberry Linden
"The 2020 SL Renaissance Festival is currently open to visitors through until the end of Sunday, October 4th, 2020, with the aim of raising funds for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer (MSABC). A signature event coordinated by the American Cancer Society, MSABC is aimed at raising awareness of the risks of breast cancer and raising funds to support research into, and treatment of, the disease." Read more on the blog.
Strawberry Linden
"This quote (above) by Maya Angelou, about home, really called out to me this morning.  That highly sought after ‘safe place’ where no judgment exists.  Fall and Winter months always make me dream of home.  I visited NorderNey to do my blogging and sat quietly for a long time just thinking about this magical place." Read more on the blog.
Strawberry Linden
"will wiles is in the house. his books, starting with his debut “care of wooden floors” in 2012, deal with – among many other themes – our longing for authenticity in a world of increasing homogenous conformity. will’s stories reveal the the horror of everyday tasks like caring for someone else’s cats or trying to remove a stray plastic bag from a backyard tree and they [the stories!] do so via delicious prose." Read more on the blog.
Strawberry Linden
"Friday night was the concluding night of the 2020 SUPERNOVA Digital Film Festival, and to see it out a live awards event was held on Zoom. SUPERNOVA is the first film festival I’ve ever entered and I was delighted to hear, back in August, that STÖMOL had been selected for the main competition programme. I never expected it to win an award, but last night it took second place in this contest. Wow." Read more on the blog.
Strawberry Linden
"To try and succinctly define Milly Sharple’s work is an exercise in futility. To call it diverse is an understatement. Known to many across the grid and the globe for her fractal works, her art encompasses so much more. Her masterful execution not just of fractals, but of photography, photo manipulation, portraiture, cubism, and myriad other styles, methods and media make her a one woman powerhouse of art. " Read more on the blog.
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