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An Excerpt from “Jamaica Dead” (A Laura & Gerry Mystery, Book 5) by Karen Vaughan

Originally posted on The Owl Branch Book Promotions:
“Several things and all very puzzling.” “Let me have it.” “Okay, you asked for it.” The younger man was the youngest forensic pathologist for the Commonwealth of Jamaica, and he carried himself with a bit of swagger.  He always said that dealing with dead people made him…

An Excerpt from “The Void” by Marta Moran Bishop

Originally posted on The Owl Branch Book Promotions:
? Closer and closer it came, that terrible emptiness. The golden hairs on her arms stood up; her skin parched in the void. She could still feel her body, but she could not see. The closer the vacuum came, the less she could feel. Still, she held…

Pangur Bán, the White Cat, and Other Pets in Irish Mythology

Pangur Bán, the White Cat, and Other Pets in Irish Mythology

Originally posted on aliisaacstoryteller:
Pangur Bán, the White Cat and Other Pets in Irish Mythology.http://www.aliisaacstoryteller.com I read a post on Facebook yesterday which claimed that animal behaviorists now believe that hugging your pet is harmful for them, as it causes their stress levels to rise. Apparently, they prefer tummy rubs, stroking and treats. Well, it’s…

Guest post: Jerry E. Smith – Hand is a verb

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
Between the hands is an awesome place. There, you  have the power to: Caress a loved one or strike out in anger. Build up a mountain of brick, mortar and concrete or Tear down a mountain of rock. Create volumes of literature, paint myriads of art work,…

Turn Tables by Stacey Rourke @Rourkewrites #CoverReveal! #RomanticComedy #books

Looking Down At Things #photography

Originally posted on Hugh's Views & News  :
If you’ve ever wondered whether you should include your own photography on your blog, then my advice is to give it a go. Ever since I participated in my very first photography challenge on WordPress, I’ve gone and got myself hooked on the art of taking photos. All…

Scrivener templates for you and me | Belinda Crawford

Originally posted on Archer's Aim:
Here are some useful fiction templates for anyone interested… This week, I decided to take a break from my frustrations (otherwise known as a first draft) and trial the Snowflake Method of writing a novel. I even found a great Scrivener template to start me o… Source: Scrivener templates…

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