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Smorgasbord Laughter Lines – Pharmacists and side effects!

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine:
Little Blue Pills Michael O’Riley and his wife both in their 80s arrive at the doctor’s office and sit across the desk from him holding hands. “You are both looking fine, how can I help you today?” Michael smiles shyly at him… “Well Doctor, you see, I have heard…

Outlining Your Story – From The Maltese Tiger Blog

Originally posted on DSM Publications:
I know you’ve all been here- You have an idea. It’s a wonderful, unique, and in your mind BRILLIANT idea, for a story. This is the story that will make you a pro. It’s your Great Gatsby, your Hobbit, your Carrie. All you have to do is write it. That’s the tricky part, isn’t it?…

I’m now official!

Originally posted on Where Genres Collide Traci Kenworth YA Author & Book Blogger:
Welcome to! unicorn in fantasy world

Happy birthday, Erik

Originally posted on bluebird of bitterness:
It’s the birthday of French composer and pianist Erik Satie (1866-1925), who is best remembered for the Trois Gymnopédies for piano. Here are two of them in an orchestral arrangement by Claude Debussy.

Author Jenine May Book Signing “Saved Sanctified Married to a Drug Dealer” June16th via @ShonnieMichelle @KingdomScribes #michiganwriter #motownwriters #michlit $

Author Jenine May Book Signing “Saved Sanctified Married to a Drug Dealer” June16th via @ShonnieMichelle @KingdomScribes #michiganwriter #motownwriters #michlit $

Originally posted on Motown Writers Network . . . Michigan Literary Network:
PURCHASE YOUR BOOK | RSVP JUNe 16 Author Jenine May Book Signing “Saved Sanctified Married to a Drug Dealer“ by Shontel Jackson Saved, Sanctified and Married to a Drug Dealer by Jenine P May DESCRIPTION Tickets Are $25.00 (Includes a copy of the book, entry into event and…

A horse, a horse

Originally posted on Tallis Steelyard:
People may find it strange that I, as a poet, am about to write about becoming wealthy. After all, I can imagine people sneering and making comments along the lines of, “What would a poet know of honest toil and commercial gain?” This merely shows how short-sighted and ignorant they…

When Querying A Novel: Hope Can Be The Scariest Thing

When Querying A Novel: Hope Can Be The Scariest Thing

Originally posted on Morgan Hazelwood: Writer In Progress:
If you’re a regular reader, you saw my post two weeks ago about how I started to lose faith in my story. I believe in my story, but I was worried about its ability to stand out in an over-crowded market full of amazing stories. I don’t…

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