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WordCandy Sweet Blogger Roundup: Star Trek Style


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With the release of the new Star Trek movie Into Darkness last month (or was it the month before?), we introduced a new category of sweet Star Trek WordCandy quotes. Now, I don’t know if they ate candy on board the Starship Enterprise, but it seems if I were asked to spend endless months flying through space without at least the occasional chocolate, I’d start to feel like I was suffering from a Vulcan Mind Meld.

Not ones to leave me languishing over the space log for too long, our WordCandy Sweet Bloggers went right to work, sharing galactically sweet goodies. Here’s a sampling of their work from May and June:

Leah James: Some How 

Karin Fendick: To Be Brave

Darrelyn Saloom: June Bugs

Sheila Lagrand: All New

Elizabeth Marshall: Perhaps

Donna Falcone: Rumi Lollies for Breakfast

Heather Truett: Chance

Lane Arnold: Sea Sense

Leah James: Leah et Poe

Karin Fendick: Creative Blend

Donna Falcone: Dropping Poems

Visit for beautiful quotes on photo cards and sample some of our Creative Genius Caramels and Shakespeare Truffles. For quick candies on the run, stop by WordCandy on Tumblr.

Cover photo  by McGladdery. Creative Commons via Flickr.


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  1. L.L. Barkat says:

    oh goodness, no chocolate in space? I couldn’t go ;-)

    • Donna says:

      Oh no. That would be illogical. According to my calculations, IF space was void of chocolate, AND LL Barkat went to space THEN chocolate would be in space from that point on. ;)

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