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Forgiveness – why it’s hard and how to make it easy

Originally posted on Terri Herman-Ponce:
Forgiveness is a hard thing to define. Is it based on compassion? On letting go of revenge? On wanting to be right? On moving forward? Is it a combination of all these things, or something else entirely? One of the hardest things humans must do sometimes is forgive. Maybe someone…

Book Marketing: Twitter vs. Facebook

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
As you know, there is research being done about pretty much everything nowadays.  I recently came across an interesting research by Michelle Bertino on Klout, that studies the reactions on Twitter and Facebook according to different subjects.  Nice guy that I am, and since a large part of it has fascinating…

No More Time

Originally posted on story-a-week:
Here we are, holding hands, staring down at the dark, endless abyss. Here we are, standing at the edge of forever. Time does not exist here. It’s just now. No future, no past. Just now. A singular moment, an infinite stretch of emotions and words left unsaid. “I could conquer the…

Countdown to George Town Festival, Penang, Malaysia this August #GTF2014

Originally posted on
George town festival 2014 A good reason to travel to Penang next month. The whole of August 2014 celebrates George Town’s listing as a Unesco Heritage Site. George Town festival is an arts and culture festival showcasing local and international talent. Traditionally Penang was an important trading port where different…

Through the Looking-Glass: Power. Money. Baldness

Originally posted on Tara Sparling writes:
Tark and Mara who? I did warn you. Explanation here In a universe not far from here, but somehow very like here, Tark was busy writing. “Darling, what are you doing?” asked Mara, newly transplanted eyebrows furrowed in puzzlement and distrust. Her husband’s industrious expression was severely out of place…

Three Ingredients II – 6: Turnips, Onions, Sauerkraut

Originally posted on Teagan's Books:
Welcome back everyone! I’m pleased to tell you that today’s ingredients were sent by a reader who hasn’t always been with us here at Teagan’s Books — Jo Robinson. Jo lives in beautiful South Africa, and has written quite a remarkable collection of stories.  She has a wonderful imagination.  For instance in…

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