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Have Hit a Major Roadblock – POETS ON POETRY – No “Emotional Slither!”

Originally posted on Margaret Langstaff:
My library is fated to swell and I to be buried in the falling, cascading books from the shelves. An appropriate end for a misspent life, I suppose, monomaniacally focused on books. Have unearthed a modest looking old paperback anthology entitled POETS ON POETRY (amazing! it’s still in print! click…

Guest author Charles E. Yallowitz

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
I would like to welcome Charles E. Yallowitz, author of the Legends of Windemere fantasy series and other works such as The Hopeteller. Charles’ latest book, The Compass Key, has recently been published on Amazon Kindle. Thank you to Sue Vincent for giving me an opportunity to…

…sum’thing they DID teach me at Harvard…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…nearly thirty years ago, the business group I worked with in the Far East decided my brain needed some retreading… the result was a place in the Advanced Management Program (AMP) at Harvard University Graduate School of Business in Boston… (how’s that for a neat bit of name-dropping, Mabel?)… the…

The Wizard, The Girl and The Unicorn’s Horn

By the lake

Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
? We went down to the lake that afternoon Just you and I as we used to do. As we walked you took my hand And as ever my heart went out to you. ? You skimmed a stone across the lake Your hand so sure, so strong your…

English – The Great Bastard Language

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
    How many countries would you say use some form or other of the English language? Well I can tell you because I have just counted them – seventeen in all, (see the list below) not including the use of the English language by various commercial users…

Scientists: Mysterious Kennewick Man looked Polynesian and came from far away

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
Fascinating stuff folks. Take a look. 🙂 Scientists: Mysterious Kennewick Man looked Polynesian and came from far away.

Scientists: Mysterious Kennewick Man looked Polynesian and came from far away

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
Fascinating stuff folks. Take a look. 🙂 Scientists: Mysterious Kennewick Man looked Polynesian and came from far away.

Spotlight On Jettie Necole #Imaginarium

Originally posted on ARMAND ROSAMILIA:
SPOTLIGHT ON: Jettie Necole   How did you get involved in the upcoming Imaginarium convention? I heard about Imaginarium from another guest author and was excited to see such a great event being orchestrated in Louisville. I had to jump on.   What is your latest release and what genre is…

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