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How to happily return to blogging and other social media after a break, for real.

How to happily return to blogging and other social media after a break, for real.

Originally posted on Family Love Does More:
Having a summer of joy, regrets, and a steep learning curve, has its natural consequences. For example, without thought, a part-time blogger can become a part-part-part-time blogger in a hot second. And a social media enthusiast can become distracted from a variety of platforms faster than ice cream…



Something New – Part 22

Originally posted on Dellani Oakes:
A few minutes later, his phone pinged showing a text. It was Liat’s number, sent by Dwight. A second one followed. “Any action?” “Little bit. Progress.” “Good. Go watch yourself. You’re about to be executed.” “Bugger all. Who cares?” His phone rang. He’d barely said hello when Dwight started talking.…

Mars—the only known planet inhabited solely by robots

Mars—the only known planet inhabited solely by robots

Itty Bitty Spider & Somnambulism.

Originally posted on barsetshirediaries:
Sunday 16th August. A late night deserves a late morning and that’s what I got today. It was 5.04 am before I opened my eyes. I swung my legs out of bed to head to the bathroom forgetting just how bad they are and almost fell over. Though I can stand…

Black, Furry, Loveable. Are You Superstitious?

Originally posted on Marion's Superkitty Tales and Children's Books:
Monday was Black Cat Appreciation Day meant to raise awareness of dark-coated felines and encourage people around the United States to adopt them. It’s also a chance to debunk myths that can have very real adoption consequences for black cats.. Some studies suggest 13%…

The Defeatist by Sophie Bowns

Originally posted on Kate's Entertainment Room:
The story follows Jude Reed, a man who commits suicide on an early January morning in 2014. While the story itself is based around paranormal encounters, it’s far from the usual fantasy novel you would expect. The story travels back and forth in time and while it sounds…

My Review of The Defeatist by Sophie Bowns

My Review of The Defeatist by Sophie Bowns



Originally posted on P.C. ZICK:
I had the privilege to beta read this novella from the upcoming Christmas Pets and Kisses by Aubrey Wynne. Dante’s Gift is a lovely contemporary romance with bits of history and a trip to Italy in the mix. I loved all the characters, but really fell in love with the…

Beware the Experts

Originally posted on All I Have to Say:
Experts. They’re everywhere. Self-publishing experts, social media experts, writing experts… the list goes on and on. How can you tell if someone is an expert in their field? Anyone can claim to be an expert. Not everyone who claims to be an expert is an expert. They…


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