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October 2 2009 Chinese Culture Newsletter

Fall brings the start of a new school season! The kids are back in their classrooms, learning new skills. Office workers are going off to seminars to keep their talents sharpened. BellaOnline can bring this same knowledge building and goal reaching to your writing world, for free! is a charity-oriented website. We help writers build their skills to write weekly, become well known on the web and create high-ranking articles. We are currently interviewing for a new editor for our Chinese Culture site. You can see the site here -

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Mused - the BellaOnline Literary Review
Fall Equinox 2009
Volume 3, Issue 3

Autumn - glorious foliage, a cup of tea by a crackling fire. Photos embrace you. A dappled hacienda in Mexico, drifting clouds in Switzerland. A delicate jellyfish dances through the deep blue. Poems echo with a longing for Prague and shattered fragments of loss.

Stories bring hope in a myriad of guises. One woman resists her 'doll house' prison. Another revels in an interracial love. A woman who had given up on finding a partner tries one more time. A play draws us into the loss of dreams - and the birth of hope - in a quiet nursing home.

Real life proves even more inspiring. The death of a beloved dog provides wings to set the owner free. A tragic car crash fills the victim with a fresh enthusiasm for life. Wide-open doors in Lebanon draw fresh breezes on a wedding day.

Jewelry artist Shahasp Valentine inspires: "Create what you love, love what you do. It's hard work to be sure but there's nothing more satisfying than creating something from nothing and watching it grow and blossom."

the BellaOnline Editorial Team

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