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Listen To The Birds

Originally posted on K Morris – Poet:
Standing at the station reading the news of this nation I became conscious of birds. The words I was reading the thoughts they where feeding seemed irrelevant. This earth we are leant. To much time is spent lost in thought. Additional hours can not be bought. Oh listen…

Rarity from the Hollow by Robert Eggleton @roberteggleton1 #RBRT #Bookreview

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Today’s team review comes from Barb, she blogs at http://barbtaub.com/ Barb has been reading Rarity From the Hollow by Robert Eggleton My review: 3 out of 5 stars for Rarity From the Hollow Magic Realism:  a literary genre or style that incorporates fantastic or mythical elements into otherwise realistic fiction. (Miriam Webster) ?…

12 Writer Benefits – A Typewriter Obsession #writers #writer

December reads | AUTHOR JENNIFER LOISKE

Originally posted on writerchristophfischer:
Source: December reads | AUTHOR JENNIFER LOISKE December reads Posted on December 2, 2015 by jenniferloiske It’s that time of the year again when I can almost see myself nestling on a couch, listening Christmas music and reading a good book. Yup, holidays are looming ahead (thank God!). So instead of…

Musiville Release

Yes, that’s right. Musiville, the second book in the award-winning Niditales series, has now officially been released into the wild. Cue glorious music, angels singing, trumpets blaring, and … Source: Musiville Release

Hachette CEO Michael Pietsch on the Future of Publishing

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
The following article makes for interesting reading, coming from the point of view of the CEO of Hatchette Read Here

Out to play

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
While December’s snow falls across the pages of blogland, I’m rather hoping it will stay there for the weekend at least and, for preference, avoid the West Pennine hills where the Silent Eye will be gathering to play out this weekend. To call it a workshop makes…

Island in the Clouds – a review

Originally posted on reading recommendations reviewed:
I’m going to start the review ball rolling on this new blog with a review of my own novel, because I received exactly the type of review I hope other Readers will feel encouraged to write and post here. The reviewer in this case was unknown to me previously,…

A song of Gwythyr

Eric J. Gates

Originally posted on Reading Recommendations:
Eric J. Gates What is your latest release and what genre is it? Outsourced is fiction, a thriller. Quick description: Outsourced features a New York-based writer of thriller novels who receives a mysterious package from a fan. That fan turns out to be a professional killer. That’s just the start…

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