Monthly Archives: April 2015

A Traditional Book Review: Echoes of Narcissus in the Gardens of Delight by Jo Robinson #bookreview #MondayBlogs

I’m still chugging along with a free online poetry course so here, again, is a traditional book review.  And, again, why wait?  I’ve posted this review on Amazon and Goodreads, but why not share the review through my blog now … Continue reading

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Ten Things Not to do if You are the Designated Fill-in Shopper

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? This list is inspired by being tapped by my wife to do the grocery shopping while she was on a trip. It is true in our house our chores are divided according to talent.…

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Never say never: get Occasional Soulmates for free next weekend

Originally posted on WHAT THE HELL:
I know, I know. I said I’d never do it. Early in my self-publishing experiment, I declared (at least I think I did) that I’d never give my books away as a promotion. The…

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A Traditional Book Review: Three Ghosts by Katie Sullivan #MondayBlogs #bookreview

As I often complain to anyone who will spare me a few minutes (and that usually reduces to a few seconds once they see I’m about to complain):  I have a  tower of to-be-read  and to-be-reviewed books that may as … Continue reading

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Top Ten Writing Things Not to Discuss with Anyone Who’s Not a Writer #MondayBlogs

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This list has as inspiration personal experience in trying to discuss writing with non-writers. Hope you enjoy Top Ten Writing Things Not to Discuss with Anyone Who’s Not a Writer 10 If you are a…

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Poem: She Burned Bright #Mondayblogs #poetry

The following poem was published on The Community Storyboard way back in June 2013.  I confess this re-post is in part because I’m at a loss for new material.  The well runneth dry at the moment.  But another reason is … Continue reading

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Ten Things Not to do When Changing TV, Phone, and Internet Providers

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This list has as inspiration recently changing phone, internet, and TV providers. I wanted to get higher speed internet, and the local phone company had nothing faster, so I had to go to a new…

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Book Blitz: Small Talk by Robert T. Germaux

  About the Book: A serial killer has the people of Pittsburgh on edge, and Detective Daniel Hayes and his hand-picked Special Assignment Squad are working feverishly to solve the case before more innocent lives are lost. But the killer … Continue reading

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Live on Amazon Kindle: Sleeper of the Wildwood Fugue by Charles E. Yallowitz!

LEGENDS OF WINDEMERE: SLEEPER OF THE WILDWOOD FUGUE LIVE on Amazon Kindle! The final champion stirs and reaches out to any who can hear her voice. Yet all who heed her call will disappear into the misty fugue. Awakening their … Continue reading

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Short Short Story: Unraveling #Mondayblogs

Following is a bit of short of fiction that was published last year in The Paperbook Collective (Issue 7).  The issue itself is available here.  It contains plenty of good fiction, poetry, and photography for your reading pleasure. *** Maggie … Continue reading

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