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Review for “The Angler and the Owl” by Viv Drewa

A great adventure story By P.M. Thomas This review is from: The Angler and the Owl A charming effective mixture of wild life and adventure that works to tell a page turning story that showcases the authors love for nature, especially owls,A great tale which reminds me of the underrated 1984 Phillppe Mora movie starring […]

Review for “The Owl of the Sipan Lord” by Viv Drewa

5.0 out of 5 stars A thinking man’s Indiana Jones By  M. Sockel (london)   This review is from: The Owl of the Sipan Lord (Kindle Edition) Clare Montgomery is an archaeologist, dreaming of her dead husband, Martin. Confiding in her friend, Carl Windmueller, he reveals that he expected her dreams and encourages her to […]

David A. Poulsen

Originally posted on Reading Recommendations:
David A. Poulsen What is your latest release and what genre is it? Old Man — crossover Teen (YA) / Adult Quick description: Nate Huffman has a five-point self-improvement plan for the summer that will not only make him smarter, stronger and better looking, but will almost guarantee him a…

Collin Paulson

Originally posted on Reading Recommendations:
Collin Paulson What is your latest release and what genre is it? Aarial would be considered young adult fantasy, but the story alternates between reality and fantasy, so it is not pure fantasy. Quick description: Dylan is an unruly, troubled boy who has been in and out of group homes…

A Separation (2012)

Originally posted on Blogging for a Good Book:
Iranian director Asghar Farhadi brings us a deliciously complex domestic drama. Set in contemporary Iran, A Separation explores the dissolution of a marriage against the backdrop of a mystery. Simin is seeking a divorce from her husband Nader because he refuses to leave Iran with her. Nader…

Flash Fiction Friday: The Coyote, The Witch, and The Ugly Woman

Originally posted on Bizarro Central:
by Bill Berry OPENING Three artists: a poet, a singer, and a painter. They each moved to a village. In the village, the singer sang songs. In the village, the painter painted. In the village, the poet was poetic. One day, the poet spoke: I hate writing about these things.…

Speak Along With all the World

Originally posted on Anupraise:
    We communicate a-lot; nations of the world people of different standards, different languages and backgrounds the rivals and the lovers natural-born distant friends all folks in every far away country now have a chance to speak and be heard your emotions, your patriotism  the natural affection that you feel…

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