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Game of Hearts (Jorio Poem)

Originally posted on Richard M. Ankers :
?To win at love?A game of hearts?No prize for rushing?Best take it slow???

#Spoonchallenge 10 Toast for Spoonflower.com daily sketch challenge #moleskine

Originally posted on BulanLifestyle.com:
#spoonchallenge Toast I hate mornings Today’s spoonchallenge prompt is toast. My sketch illustrates my hate for mornings ;p I know most of you are morning people. I just can’t do it.

An Affair to Repeat..

Originally posted on weebletheringskite:
  Returning to the Common Advice series with what is probably the most commonly known. In fact its so common, that no one even bothers to say it much these days. Its been thrown out so often, we seem to have thrown it out permanently. And it would seem most writers…

Seasonal #poetry

Originally posted on penned in moon dust:
? Reaching up my arms soaking in sun’s warmth my face catching rays I welcome these days *** impatient in Springtime they say I will ripen I dangle and wait hanging over your gate *** fingertips meet lips long for sweet juicy I run sticky chin – what…

Impromptu – unedited – thought process. UNITY. HUMANITY. PEACE.

Untitled– Robin Williams (July 21, 1951 -August 11, 2014) R.I.P.

Review Of The Change by Teyla Branton

Originally posted on The One & Only Elgon:
Teyla Branton The Change is book one of The Unbounded series, a fresh take on paranormal adventure. The series currently comprising four volumes, the most recent publishing earlier this summer (2014). As the introduction to the extended tale, The Change provides ample character development while establishing the…

A Chance to Leave the Self-Pub World…what to do?!

Originally posted on Alysha Kaye:
? That’s right, I have an opportunity to float on over to the traditional publishing world! Well, two opportunities actually- in the last few weeks, I’ve had TWO offers from two very different indie publishers. It should be a dream come true, right? Right?! How could I even be considering…

Get Spellbound for Free

Originally posted on All I Have to Say:
I haven’t done many freebie promotions in the past, mostly because I’m not sure it really drives sales or helps with reviews. With my latest release, I’ve decided to do several days of free promotions, and here’s why: Spellbound (Spellbringers Book One) is a re-release of a…

So close we came

Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
? How close we came to letting go To sundering the ties that bound our hearts The words unsaid that could have soothed away The pain of ruffled pride and thoughtless slights. We came so close and almost fell Into the abyss of loveless night But I touched your…

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