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day #100

Originally posted on weebletheringskite:
We made it! Whoop whoop. I feel like this post should be the very best of posts, but I’m fairly sure i used all my favourites right at the start. Aint that always the way.. so in honour of it being an end, of sorts, lets celebrate endings. The happy, the…

Quotable quotes…

Originally posted on SPEAKZEASY:
(1) There is no king who has not had a slave among his ancestors, and no slave who has not had a king among his—-Helen Keller. (2) There are three ways to get something done——-do it yourself, employ someone or forbid your children to do it-.——-Monta Crane. (3) The worst thing…


Originally posted on Dena Rogers:
A couple weeks ago I wrote a post about whether reviews really mattered.  At the time, it was my most popular post, driving in more traffic and comments than anything I had previously written.  In case you didn’t see it, I’ll catch you up.  As a reader, I’ve never been one to…

Time flys…

Originally posted on Mageowl's Blog:
Some days time flys, though I can’t say what kind of bird it flys like. I suppose that it might fly more like an airplane, or a helicopter. Tonight I’m asking your thoughts of this subject. How do you think time flys? Like an eagle, swift and gracefully. Like…

Ronovan Writes Wordless Haiku Decipher Challenge #6

Originally posted on ronovanwrites:
RonovanWrites Wordless Haiku Decipher Challenge #6 I first want to thank DazzlingWhimsy for creating this badge for the challenge. If you need Tips on how to play visit the Haiku Challenges Guidelines page.   ?    ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Number of words: Line one-3 Line two-4…

Bad Fall – Part 89

Originally posted on Dellani Oakes:
Although Liz is in custody, not everything is as fine and dandy as Shay would like Marka to believe. A phone call from one of the agents at the hospital tells him that Frank has escaped. Ordered to stay behind, Marka decides to see what she can find out from…

Originally posted on The Showcase:
“The key is to keep company only with people who uplift you, whose presence calls forth your best.” Epictetus

Review For Christine Gabriel’s Crimson Forest

Originally posted on The One & Only Elgon:
The small town of Buffalo, Wisconsin, population 970-something, is noteworthy for one thing, its Crimson Forest. A major attraction to hunters during the season legend has it that mysterious creatures prowl the forest looking for unsuspecting victims, something supported by random disappearances in the past. Seventeen-year-old Angelina…

Strain-ing My Patience: Vampires Are Not Zombies!!

Originally posted on The Ravings of a Sick Mind:
I’ve been watching The Strain, the FX series based on the novels by Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan. So far, I can’t say I’m really loving the show. The story reminds me too much of Dracula, complete with an old Jewish Van Helsing (played by…

Nicholas C. Rossis on Sale: All books now 99c

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
In case you’ve missed the huge sale banner on my blog (and it’s okay if you have, I, too, filter out banners and such most of the time), here’s the deal: Between the 20th and 27th, all of my books will be only 99c! As I’ve kept the book…


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