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Why Innocent People Like Janet Marcusse is Still Incarcerated After a Decade of Fighting for Her Freedom

Get that Creative Spark Back: Do a Guest Blog

Originally posted on ronovanwrites:
How can you spark your Blog World Creativity? It’s called the . . . Guest Blog Yes, that fabled thing we all hear about and sometimes actually take part in. I did one a while back. Now I’ve done two. Today, this being Friday, November 21, 2014 I have a guest…

#Authors #Bloggers #Readers – Be aware of Intellectual Property Theft Laws!

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Intellectual Property Theft – a growing problem that hurts everyone in this writing business By Susan M. Toy Recently, I’ve become aware of the increasing amount of Intellectual Property (IP) theft that’s taking place online. It’s been happening for a long time: artists—visual, photographers, musicians…

KAI Presents: The Princess of Light Herself… N.N. Light! (AKA Mrs N!)

Enter Kobo’s “Win Free ePub Creation for Illustrated Books with Aquafadas” Contest

Kobo Writing Life Do you have an amazing idea for an illustrated book (comics, children, travel guide, cook book, etc.), but need technical support to make it live? Are you looking for an easy way to publish your illustrated book into digital format and distribute it across tablets, smartphones and the Web? Here is your […]

Tangled Roots by Rebekkah Ford

Originally posted on Feed My Reads South Africa:
Introducing Rebekkah Ford. Learn more about this fascinating author, and have a look at her very latest release. After eighteen-year-old Carrie Jacobson discovers she was a witch in a previous life, she seeks to reawaken that part of her soul. With the help of an eccentric enchantress…

Man on the Run

Originally posted on by Mac Logan:
“Whenever I feel like exercise, I lie down until the feeling passes.” Robert M. Hutchins I can sprint as fast as Usain Bolt.  At least it felt that way the other day when I had an opportunity to put my legs through their paces. When I damaged my medial ligament, a few weeks…

New release and review: Fate Accompli by MM Jaye

The Gift of Charms @JuliaSuzuki_uk Q&A Read and you’ll want more of her.

Originally posted on Lit World Interviews:
“Julia has written a delightful story that touches on all the themes we were told were important when we were growing up- rising to the occasion in times of crisis, trusting yourself in times of peril, the things that make us unique are often the things that lead us…

Katharevousa vs. Demotiki: the Unknown History of Modern Greek

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
As most of you know, I’m a Greek writing in my adopted language, English. However, my first stories were written in Greek, and I am about to publish Runaway Smile – my first children’s book – in Greek. So this seemed like a good time to describe the unusually passionate relationship…


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