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Goodnight Sweet Prince

Originally posted on The Universe According to Snow White :
Goodnight Sweet Prince…. Although honestly, I am not inclined to call him sweet right now. Though just yesterday I called him sweetie, like I often do. But that was yesterday. Today, I had to let him go. One could say the choice was mine, but there…

AUTHORS: Four Reasons We Sometimes Write (Too) Slowly

Originally posted on Creative Writing with the Crimson League:
We authors love to write: and sometimes we write slowly. Sometimes that’s intentional, part of our personal process. Other times, it’s indicative of obstacles getting the best of us. In exciting news, I have begun to balance preparing the Herezoth Trilogy’s second edition for an Autumn…

Above the East China Sea, by Sarah Bird

Originally posted on Blogging for a Good Book:
Above the East China Sea is a profound statement about the sorrow of war. It is both an eerie ghost story and a story about the love in families, especially between two sets of sisters, alive seventy years apart and both torn from their closest sibling by war. Modern day Luz…

Cover Reveal: Phobic (Forbidden Doors #1) by Cortney Pearson + Giveaway!

Originally posted on Rose Shadow Ink:
Series: The Forbidden Doors #1 Genre: YA Horror Release date: September 2014 Fifteen-year-old Piper Crenshaw knows her house is strange. It’s never needed repairs since it was built in the 1800s, and the lights flicker in response to things she says. As if those things aren’t creepy enough, it’s also the place…

Beauty in an unlikely place

Originally posted on write meg!:
Lush flowers and greenery. Stunning views of the San Francisco skyline. Seagulls flapping gently overhead, their calls muffled by the bay. Gorgeous expanses of water lit up at dusk. You’d never know you were . . . at a former prison. The remains of Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary, in fact —…



Originally posted on Wuji Seshat:
Bravely in a land of dust As pilgrims we make our way To some far country we believe is good But the truth is, we are all immigrants Nomads and priestesses of our faith Sojourning in foreign countries In heart-broken cities that endure An agony to submit To the volatile…

Prey of Desire by JC Gatlin – Review

Originally posted on Rhythempoets:
Blurb: They said the disappearance of two high school students over 25 years ago was mystery that couldn’t be solved.  No one ever said it shouldn’t be. Following the abrupt end of a relationship, college student Kimberly Bradford finds comfort in the friendship with her over-the-top neighbor, Mallory. And, Mallory encourages…

Of herald wings came whispering

Originally posted on Wuji Seshat:
Time does not bring relief, it begs For change, like a butterfly in July The old snow melted from every Mountainside, but whose to say How tall the grass grows Heaped on my heart like layers of years Only love, with the shrinking of the tides Can ease the pain…

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