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Terri Schlichenmeyer

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TERRI SCHLCHENMEYER: 'Clearly Invisible' explores 'passing' as another race

Nothing in life is ever as it seems.. The package of potato chips feels full, but you find 12 chips inside when you open it up. It appears that you've got plenty of money for vacation, then you actually get there.

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TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER: "Inquisitor's Key" unravels centuries old murder mystery with authenticity, excitement

You've got your finger on the pulse.. You're quick on the draw, Johnny-on-the-Spot, the person with answers.

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TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER: "Quiet" explores the science behind being an introvert

Really, you must admit that it was nice of the boss to host the holiday party. In these tough economic times, she didn't have to do it. She paid for food, a band, even door prizes. Everybody seemed to have a good time.

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TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER: Futuristic fairy tale 'Cinder' leaves reader wanting more

Once upon a time, you loved princes and princesses, gnomes, and castles with moats and dragons. There was magic in a fairy tale, there were monsters and evil queens, and you had to use your imagination to see it all.

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TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER: Children find holiday magic in 'Loneliest Christmas Tree'

What are the things you're dreaming about this Christmas?. Are you hoping to see a new bike beneath the tree, a video game, or a new stuffed pal? Would you like a new pair of pajamas from Santa, or some warm slippers or a new coat? Are you dreaming of

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TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER: 'The Puppy that Came for Christmas'

You kind of know what you want for Christmas.. Truthfully, you hadn't thought much about it before now. You've been so busy decorating, checking off your gift list, and wrapping presents that you never stopped to consider what you wanted to find beneath the tree. But everybody's been asking lately

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BOOK REVIEW: If you're a movie buff, 'Stuntman!' is a must-read

If you're a movie buff, you know how much you hate fakey stunts. Not only does your brain scream, "That's impossible!" but it ruins the film. Such was movie-going before Hal Needham began his career.