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KDP Authors Are Included in Kindle Unlimited Program, Whether They Like it or Not

Originally posted on readers+writers journal:
Jeff Bezos, Amazon CEO How will Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited program impact self-published authors? Opinions vary, but some of the evidence is pointing to “not so well”.  According to Amazon, “All books enrolled in KDP Select with US rights will be automatically included in Kindle Unlimited.” In other words, it…

mars circa 2092

Originally posted on Wuji Seshat:
between arms of sand and idols of soul the pioneers had no place to come together like a pre-dawn era of a Martian humanity global warming was stranger than fiction for earth her oceans as snap-shots of an ancient woman raped the women of Mars were different violently passionate for…

All Fluffed Up: A Kookaburra Rests

Originally posted on margaret lynette sharp:
All Fluffed Up I can’t help but notice that this Kookaburra’s feathers are fluffed up. I wonder if he’s recently had a bath… Very often, these birds can be seen cleaning themselves in the water-filled depression under a  bubbler and tap combination at the local park. Isn’t he handsome?…

history of man

Originally posted on Wuji Seshat:
If man is dust those who go through plains are men if woman is jewel those who visit unanimous beauty are women so fond of travelling so fond of creating i did not drink plenitude in vacuity i only witnessed it there a while, until my bones melted like popular…

cosmos osmosis

Originally posted on Wuji Seshat:
i want to go beyond the ordinary moments scatter themselves like a dream that never truly wakes i have slept the dream of stones and premonition for the light the magic reflections that resurrect i have been endlessly falling since my own birth, i can hear whispers from the house…

poetry makes the private world public…Allen Ginsberg Quotes for writers (and people who like quotes)

Originally posted on BRIDGET WHELAN writer:
Poetry is not an expression of the party line. It’s that time of night, lying in bed, thinking what you really think, making the private world public, that’s what the poet does. ― Allen Ginsberg

Shifting Reality by Patty Jansen – Review

Originally posted on Rhythempoets:
Blurb: A few years ago, a military doctor walking the corridors of New Jakarta Station saved Melati’s life. She signed up for the International Space Force to pay back her moral debt to him. But her family thinks she has betrayed her people. It was ISF who forcefully removed their grandmothers…

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