Archive | December 12, 2014

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Everyone has a Thing

Originally posted on Pixelated Lifestyle:
When I was growing up, I never understood how people could like football so much (for my American readers, I am referring to ‘soccer’ here). I grew up in northern England where football is basically a religion. The stadium is at the center of the city. Every other weekend the locals come out…

Robert Chazz Chute – update on new publications

Originally posted on Reading Recommendations:
Robert Chazz Chute has previously been featured on Reading Recommendations in July 2014, and is back now to tell us about the completion of his Hitman Series with the omnibus edition of the trilogy, and an autobiographical crime novel. Hollywood Jesus, Rise of the Divine Assassin Crime novel Available to…

Wake up, and Smell the Coffee

Originally posted on Storytime with John:
When I was in the USA, I lived in the midtown area of Atlanta…which was lovely! I was told this was the “gay area” by someone in hushed tones, but honestly I didn’t see the problem – all I saw were friendly strangers who liked to give compliments, and some great brunch…

Of an Archive on the Moon *** Posted From Centauri Dreams

Posted: 12 Dec 2014 09:53 AM PST Lunar Mission One is an interesting private attempt to put a payload on the lunar surface, a crowdsourced project aimed at doing good science and deepening public participation in spaceflight. Remembering the Apollo days, I’m always interested in seeing what can be done to renew interest in space, […]

…truly, Lads and Lassies of Blog Land, yeez are The Wind Beneath My Wings…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…the phrase is more often true than not, ’there are lies, damn lies, and statistics’… but in this instance, I’m gonna sit with the reality of a statistic that swam before my eyes today… my WordPress Site Stats tell me there have now been more than 50,000 views for this…

Kevin Brennan – new novel update

Originally posted on Reading Recommendations:
Kevin Brennan returns to tell us about his new novel, Occasional Soulmates. Kevin was previously featured on Reading Recommendations in Mar. 2014. Occasional Soulmates by Kevin Brennan When the thirty-eight-year-old San Francisco doctor meets her new patient, a handsome British expat with the unlikely name of Dylan Cakebread (and an…

The Lesson I learned From an Old Man in the Time it Took to Smoke a Cigarette

Originally posted on Kindness Blog:
I was travelling in Canada (I’m from England) and stopped to buy a drink at a little grocery store. An oldish looking guy followed me out and asked if I had a cigarette. I gave him a cigarette and lit one up and he started asking about the tattoos on…

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