5 Interesting Links for 03-08-2019

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Technique (Writing)

The way you use internal conflict can inform and deepen your characters. This article looks at examples from film and literature that demonstrate the ties between fears and internal conflict.

Preservation (History)

The title sparked my curiosity, and I included it here for a glimpse into what happens when priceless artifacts are stolen by unprepared thieves.

Research (Science)

A group of scientists has identified a direct link between gut bacteria strains and dementia in mice though the specific strain of bacteria is still being determined. It’s a step toward a treatment for conditions affecting the brain, but there’s still a long way to go.

Heroes (Interesting People)

I can only imagine the power of unconditional hugs offered those whose family or community rejected them because of who they love. You must read the article to understand, but these people are heroes in my eyes.

Innovation (Libraries)

If you haven’t heard of the little free library movement, here’s one example, and even if you have, this is an exceptional use of the existing landscape.

These Vampires Don't Sparkle

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