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Martin Skate

Originally posted on MARSocial Author Business Enhancement Interviews:
Age (Hanging onto my thirties just) Where you live (London, UK) 1) How long have you been writing? I’ve always had a flair for writing, but only been writing to self-publish for one year so far. I published my first book ‘The Spike Collection: Ten random short…


They Persevered

Originally posted on Regina Puckett:
They Persevered Regina Puckett Thousands of brave men fighting a bloody war Fearlessly stormed Normandy’s bullet-ridden shore With pride they carried our freedom on their backs As bodies quickly piled into lifeless, untidy stacks Their families mourned for them, as others cheered But freedom remained free because they persevered

BLOG INTERVIEW —- All We Need is—-Sandra Love.

Originally posted on johntuckermustlive:
Today’s Interview is with Author Sandra Love. In our limited interaction I’ve found her to be a pleasant woman who’s always eager to talk about her books as well as the ones from other writers. Check out her interview and you’ll agree, the world needs a lot more Love in our…

Teddy- Chapter 26


Originally posted on SUSANNE LEIST:
One act of kindness is worth so much more. It gives back to a world that has given us life. It provides a reason for the existence of mankind. A reason for us to have been given life and a spot in the immense universe.

Gypsy by Trisha Leigh Book Blitz + Giveaway!

Originally posted on Rose Shadow Ink:
Gypsy (The Cavy Files #1) by Trisha Leigh Release Date: 05/13/14 378 pages Summary from Goodreads: Inconsequential: not important or significant. Synonyms: insignificant, unimportant, nonessential, irrelevantIn the world of genetic mutation, Gypsy’s talent of knowing a person’s age of death is considered a failure. Her peers, the other Cavies, have powers…

Calling All Poets/Creative Minds – By the window

Originally posted on forgottenmeadows:
Hi Everyone, I thought I would do a collaboration with you all…  Or you can also use it as a prompt if you want  for your own piece. If you wish to add to this piece please leave your part in the comment section. I will keep it open for three…

Jerold Last

Originally posted on Reading Recommendations:
Jerold Last What is your latest release and what genre is it? The Deadly Dog Show is a mystery. Because one of the lead characters is a dog, Amazon calls it a “cozy”. I’d call it “hard-boiled” or “noir”, but with clean language and no gratuitous sex. I guess that…

Feeling Out Flash Fiction- Is it for you?


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