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Your Heart

Originally posted on Regina Puckett:
Your Heart Regina Puckett Is your heart on your sleeve So I’ll see it there and believe In love at first sight, Finding my knight In forever-after, Friendship and laughter, Dreams really do come true, And my feelings for you?

Love Game

Originally posted on e-Tinkerbell:
Each age has always had its own set of rules for courting, for sure. Certainly nowadays, the equality of the sexes, the crush of old taboos, Sex and the City, why not, have utterly affected our behaviour in playing modern love games, as the roles are no longer fixed and immutable.  In…

Guest Post: Joyce Proell

Originally posted on ARMAND ROSAMILIA:
Three things I learned while writing A BURNING TRUTH ? Be Certain of Your Facts. Recently I read a novel where the main character fled an assailant along Lake Shore Drive in Chicago just north of the Loop. Anyone familiar with the area knows it’s a street with tall skyscrapers,…

Teen Thursday: Ellen’s April Teen Reads

Originally posted on BookPeople:
~post by Ellen, BookKids Inventory Manager We get customers – teenagers and adults – who need the newest and best teen books because they “have read everything.” I try to keep up with as many of the major new releases as I can, but it’s impossible to read all the new…

The light, by D. J. MacHale

Originally posted on Blogging for a Good Book:
We end the week with a Young Adult review by Chris from the library’s Outreach Services Division: The light by D.J. MacHale is the first young adult book that I have read where I became so immersed in the storyline that I could not put it down.…

My interview with Author Eva Bielby

  Author Eva Bielby         Age (optional) About fiftyish, that’s all I’m admitting to.Where you live (optional) Thirsk, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom 1) How long have you been writing? I have been writing for just over a year. 2) What or who was your inspiration to write? Nothing or nobody in particular […]

A Quiet Dream

Originally posted on MARSocial Author Business Enhancement Romance Post:
A Quiet Dream I knew way back in the seventh grade I wanted to be a writer, but it never honestly occurred to me that such a thing was possible. I don’t think any of my teachers ever thought I had it in me either, but…

Unveil Me #atozchallenge #poetry #photography

Originally posted on penned in moon dust:
Unveiled me  more than a covering look beneath Unveil me look with eyes at a new world perfection Unveil me look to the heart of the matter more than cells Unveil me past a scoping tube a mere reflection unveil me look clear to my heart I am…

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