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Poetic Thought for the Day (8/21/2014): John Clare ~ Horizon & Natural Fact

Originally posted on Dr. Rinaldi's Horror Cabinet:
A WISH will rise in every breast, For something more than what’s possess’d… – John Clare, The Poet’s Wish If you’ve not read John Clare’s works you’ve missed out on a poet whose simplicity and grace overshadows even the greats like Wordsworth in a specific registrar of modality:…

Romancing the Duke, by Tessa Dare

Originally posted on Blogging for a Good Book:
First of all, Isolde Ophelia Goodnight is a fantastic name for a romantic heroine, even if it doesn’t lead you to expect a happy ending. Izzy Goodnight’s father was the author of a beloved series of children’s stories set in a fictional medieval kingdom. But since her father…

The Pros and Cons of Beta Readers

Originally posted on Shannon A Thompson:
Announcements: My short story, The Pink Scarf, was published in the second volume of an adult anthology collection, Ashtrays to Jawbreakers. It is completely free on Smashwords, so feel free to check it out by clicking here. Take Me Tomorrow was reviewed by A Literary Mind recently, and you…

Ibn Al Arabi

Originally posted on SPEAKZEASY:
WONDER —— a garden among flames!  My heart has become capable of every form : a PASTURE for GAZELLES & a CONVENT for CHRISTIAN MONKS & a TEMPLE for IDOLS and the PILGRIM’S KAABA, the TABLES of the TORAH and the BOOK of the KORAN.  I believe in the RELIGION OF…

Lost Souls by Penny de Byl

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Lost Souls: Book One of the Disciples of Cassini Trilogy by Penny de Byl My rating: 4 of 5 stars Lost Souls begins in Melbourne, Australia with the puzzling cause of death of David Layton. We are introduced to Detective Inspector Zoe Moore who will be leading the investigation. Next…

What Drives You Crazy About Modern Life?

You are more than you are.

Originally posted on ronovanwrites:
You may not know who you are But you know who you’ve been Never deny what you’ve become Even if you consider your past a sin ? What makes one search for love What makes one search for peace It’s the aching of the heart bone deep That pain that seems…

Kate Jack’s book choice, part two

Torrents of Explanation

Originally posted on Richard M. Ankers :
?A never ending sprawl of words??Torrents of emotive necessity;??They never say what I want,??Never explain how I feel.??There is a continuos need,??Some might say desire, ??To push on towards the precipice??In the desperate hope they shall appear.??But if they do not it is I that shall cascade??Into the cool…

The Lady of the Pier hits the physical shelves. Now in paperback!

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