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Jorja DuPont Oliva

Originally posted on Reading Recommendations:
Jorja DuPont Oliva What is your latest release and what genre is it? Chasing Butterflies in the Magical Garden New Adult/contemporary women’s fiction/magical realism Quick description: Lizzy and Dee discover true friendship in the magical garden we call life. As their small town grows so do they. To each girl,…


day #80

Originally posted on weebletheringskite:
So its a cliché. So we’ve seen it so many times its lost all meaning. When was the last time a film had this kind of impact? what will be the next generations Dirty Dancing? Who will put baby in the corner? And who’ll pull her out?

Five Best Zombie Series You Already Know About (And A Bonus One)

Hallelujah poetica

Originally posted on Wuji Seshat:
i have a rendezvous with rhyme with only the lyrics of this orchestra my cadence is only for rhythm free-verse in its purest ingenuity I ache for quarterly submissions of my essential need to write the autopilot poetica of my last kaleidoscopic vision strange a musical hopscotch of surrender a…

Deborah, Sif, and the Deformities

Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
I have reached the half-way point in the final (oh I do hope so) comma sweep of Beyond the Realm of Night. To celebrate, and to give me something different to do, here is another excerpt. The man grimaced but his features relaxed. “Yesterday, early, I heard the sound…

“When I Began to Read, I Began to Exist”: Don Tate Guest Post

Originally posted on BookPeople:
Guest Post by Austin Author Don Tate This is the fourth week in a series of author guest posts about diversity in children’s literature and the BookPeople Modern First Library initiative. For more about BookPeople’s Modern First Library initiative, and for more recommendations of wonderful new and classic picture books to read, visit Previous…

Sponge Bill’s Road Trip

Originally posted on Marathon Mouth:
Overlooking Strait of Georgia on Mayne Island Normally on a road trip, I overnight in Walmart parking lots, quiet campgrounds, government forest lands or fleabag motels. Anywhere, really, where I can lay my head, and it’s free or sufficiently cheap that I can focus my resources on what matters most,…

Dreams Don’t Die Unless You Let Them

Originally posted on The One & Only Elgon:
? It was an overreaction, I suppose. But first thing in the morning, a time when you might just be as optimistic as you will ever be for the entire day, I read a post on Facebook. All of it was fine, about the light of stars…

Existential Nihilism and the Dead Dog Blues

Originally posted on Christa Wojciechowski:
RIP Roscoe Wojciechowski ? I’ve been avoiding this article for a long time, which is a sure sign that it must be written. As individuals, we often hide from the truth, especially about ourselves. Our souls’ innocence and hope slowly deteriorate inside our soft bodies while we occupy our short…


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