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A few days in Florence. And the things one sees!

Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hi friends. As you know on Tuesdays I bring  you a variety of things. Recently, after a few scares, a fair bit of organising (thanks Christelle!) and a flying visit to Paris (or to be more specific Neuilly-sur-Seine, thanks Iman and family!) I spent a few days in Florence. It…

Unos días en Florencia. Y las cosas que se ven!

Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hola amigos. Ya sabéis que los martes os traigo cosas varias. Después de algunos sustos y mucha organización (gracias Christelle!) y de una visita relámpago a París (o para ser más exactos, Neuilly-sur-Seine, gracias Iman y familia) pasé unos días en Florencia. No os voy a dar la lata mucho.…

River and the tide

Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
River runs its ceaseless course From yesterday until the end of days. We stand on the brink above the tossing waves And watch the way the dappled sunlight plays. Waiting for the call that never comes The beckoning to leap into the dance We hover undecided while the tide…

Micro-fiction 002 – Hybrid (Echoes series)

NEW RELEASE! “ZAP BANG” by Chris Kridler, book three in the Storm Seekers Trilogy

Book Promotion On Twitter? Time To Think Again | Just Publishing

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
When it comes to Twitter, pay attention to what Derek says Book Promotion On Twitter? Time To Think Again | Just Publishing.

There is no such thing as an error free book

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
This morning I received an email from my publisher, Kindle Direct Publishing. The following is the email’s text:- We’re writing to let you know that at least one of your readers has reported some problems within your book, and we have confirmed the issue. Potential errors have been…

Literary numbskulls and their hobbyhorses

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
Continuing on from my post published on the eighteenth of the month “How much advice is too much,” I now move on to another group of bitter individuals. *** With the introduction of social media sites like Facebook, Goodreads and Twitter, plus the blogosphere, at one time or…

The Number One Literary Hazard Today

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
No one likes to become the target of negative criticism. In a recent article about the forms of literary criticism a writer can expect to encounter these days, its author described the most unsavoury element, the internet troll, perfectly. Here is what he said: “There are two types…

“Work Space Blog Hop”

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
Pamela nominated me to take part in the Workspace Blog Hop, sharing where we each work and write. For me there is no spectacular space, just the small corner of the living room that has become my focus. The desk and sideboard, once upon a time, were…

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