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Dead Set, by Richard Kadrey

Originally posted on Blogging for a Good Book:
So, what would you give for the chance to see a dead loved one again? How about seeing them at the significant times in their lives, times you couldn’t possibly have known about? What about the chance to talk with them in their afterworld? Sixteen-year-old Zoe discovers…

Mergers and Acquisitions

Originally posted on Pen of the Damned:
“Demosthenes, bring my drink.” His voice was a command. His words an edict. This was how he ruled his business, and business was pretty damned good. Beleth relaxed in his large chair and held out his hand expectantly. The drink had better be in his hand before he…

Family Stories. In recognition. Not all the fighting took place in the battlefields.

Originally posted on Just Olga:
As you will remember I have shared with you on several occasions stories of my family (two of my mother’s uncles, Josep and Conrado Miret) and their involvement with the Republican cause in Spain, their exile in France, and their deaths. Recently reading the post of another writer where she…

Perfected by Kate Jarvik Birch Release Day Book Blitz: Excerpt + Giveaway!

Originally posted on Rose Shadow Ink:
Perfected by Kate Jarvik Birch Release Date: 07/01/14 Entangled TeenSummary from Goodreads: Perfection comes at a price. As soon as the government passed legislation allowing humans to be genetically engineered and sold as pets, the rich and powerful rushed to own beautiful girls like Ella. Trained from birth to be…

Wanderlust. Acrylic on canvas abstract landscape painting

Originally posted on
wanderlust. Acrylic on canvas This is my first attempt at painting something different. I’ve been painting a lot of animals and flowers. This is my version of abstract landscape titled ‘Wanderlust’. I’m hoping to do more abstract contemporary work and experiment around to see what I like best. It’s a…

What is your book about? Pitching & putting yourself out there.


Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
We stand on the corner Between noisy bars That strew their rubbish Beneath the stars. From your stinging words, Ill-concealed disdain, I turn and run Through tears of rain. And the rain shafts cold Through the orange light Of the streetlamps’ glare That obscures the night. And your words,…

How to Write People in Love – a Practical List

Originally posted on Ramona DeFelice Long:
In Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma!, Laurey and Curly musically list all the don’ts necessary to keep their neighbors in the wide open spaces from “suspecting things” about the cowboy and the farm girl.  “Things” means love, of course. In the song, folks in love who don’t want to appear…

Happy New month

Originally posted on Anupraise:
As the seasons and days go by let us recall the favors we’ve received let us be grateful to God whom we believe ? its a new month once again my friend may it bring us the blessings that pend may this new month our coast extend and may it also…

The Second Half

Originally posted on Anupraise:
we ran tirelessly in the first we toiled, we laboured, we planted and sowed the first six months of the year had us do our best here we are today; quite happy, really thankful for the things we’ve sown one day shall ripen and one day we will laugh to the…


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