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WordPress – How to use the Reader

Originally posted on Impractical Dreamer:
Powerbloggers stay clear. This is strictly for newbies. I discovered Reader a year into blogging on WordPress. What is Reader? Its that icon up there sandwitched between ‘blog name’ and ‘follow’ on your blog site. Its the window that permits you to peer into your peers – I mean, fellow…

HELP My WordPress Screen has SHRUNK! – HOW TO UNSHRINK IT!

HELP My WordPress Screen has SHRUNK! – HOW TO UNSHRINK IT!

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Got an email this morning from my good friend author / blogger Susan Toy who uses WordPress: I’ve just done something in WordPress that I can’t seem to fix. I was typing up a new blog post for Reading Recommendations and hit the wrong key.…

100-Word Challenge for Grownups – Week #166

Originally posted on How the Cookie Crumbles:
To join in the fun, click below: This week’s prompt is … checking in proved to be… + 100 words ARRANGEMENT Checking in proved to be easy, the room prepaid and waiting. The knock, subtle as a whisper, sighed against the wood. Lucy smoothed the linen skirt of her…

June 1942 (2)

Originally posted on Pacific Paratrooper:
Alaska The Japanese Second Mobile Force retired to cruise a support area about 400 miles south of Kiska.  On the second day of attack on Dutch Harbor, two occupation forces moved up to positions from which they could run their objectives.  The first was the Adak-Attu Occupation Force and the…


Originally posted on YOURS IN STORYTELLING…:
FREE from February 5, 2015 to February 7, 2015 on AMAZON! Click the cover and it will take you directly to the listing. 🙂 Tales From The Tangled Wood: Six Stories to SERIOUSLY Creep You Out! The Hunter’s Heart – a dark retelling of the Snow White legend,…

Busy Bunny

Originally posted on Jo Robinson:
It’s been raining every day here, at the same time as being roasting hot – with lots of really weird lightning keeping me away from electrical bits mostly. Scary climate change. I’ve been flat out busy though, so now I’m going to take a rest by visiting my lovely bloggerverse…


Originally posted on Live to Write – Write to Live:
I’m in the middle of a project requiring consistent action on my part. I broke down the project into smaller parts, made a check-list of each of the different tasks involved, and started taking tiny steps forward, sometimes doing only one thing that required a…

Genre Blending

Originally posted on Lit World Interviews:
Before I finished my first book, I had a list of all the top agents and publishers in the USA and the UK. The very thought of going Indie struck me as amateurish and pathetic, and it was going to be big time or bust. I had my synopsis…

Book Review – Oblivion’s Forge – Simon Williams

Originally posted on Library of Erana:
Book Review – Oblivion’s Forge by Simon Williams 4 stars. Let me start out by saying I enjoyed this bookJ World: The world of Aona is very intriguing, with a rich and long history, of which the reader gets enough of a peek at to draw one in.…

The Cholesterol Myth – Fats – The Good the Bad and the Ugly…..


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