Tag Archive | adventure

Parents: Do You Have Children who Don’t Like to Read?

Originally posted on Jemsbooks:
PARENTS: DO YOU HAVE CHILDREN WHO DON’T LIKE TO READ? What do you do when your child/children do not like to read? First of all, find a subject that your children enjoy. It may be art, math, science, history, ghosts, mysteries, adventures or just plain cartoons and video games. Go online…

A 1911 Zoomer: To Saturn and Back

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
Unless you’re a new visitor to my blog, you’ll have heard that my latest book, A Heaven For Toasters, is now live. Set in the near future, A Heaven for Toasters is more than a sci-fi crime romance. It’s the book that will make you look at your toaster in a whole…

A Heaven For Toasters is Live

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
My latest book is now officially live! For anyone who has missed the news, it’s called A Heaven For Toasters, and kicks off what will hopefully turn into a fun new series. I also have the first reader review, by the amazing Linda McDougal: I just finished A Heaven For Toasters.…

PURE TRASH by Bette A. Stevens—“A single day—a lifetime of lessons!” ONLY 99¢ thru July 4th, 2018

Originally posted on Bette A. Stevens, Maine Author:
PURE TRASH by Bette A. Stevens—this short story set in the 1950s offers readers and book clubs insight into poverty and prejudice in rural New England during a time in history when many families were living the American Dream. Read all about it and GRAB A COPY…

Guest author: Jim Webster – A measured response… Episode 8

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
Oh yes, sorry, I’m still here. Hope you’re enjoying the story, ‘A measured response.’ Have you worked out whodunit yet? As I was saying, I’ve just published, ‘A licence to print money: The Port Naain Intelligencer.’ It’s available on Amazon. In it, Benor, who just wants to…

The Dawnstone Tale — a fantasy novel, Chapter 1 continued…

Originally posted on Cereal Authors:
by R.L.Davis Hays Chapter 1 continues: ~~~ The Drunken Faery Tavern was nearly empty; the few lamps that burned gave a secretive light to the place. The stale smell of ale filled Lylith’s mind with images of dark deeds and careless laughter. It was the kind of tavern she imagined…

IMAGINATION

Originally posted on SUSANNE LEIST:
Source:reddit.com ? Fantasies are ours to create. They belong in our imagination. A conduit of our thoughts. Open avenues for our imagination. Dream and enjoy the results.

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