Daily Archives: October 8, 2016

We’ve lost Paul Curran, our master guest columnist and prolific comment-leaver

Originally posted on Mark Bialczak:
Those of us who’ve grown to love the lively words that bounced from the head and fingers of Paul Curran will never be the same. The writer from Canada has died, according to his neighbor…

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Indie Success –10 things that really matter

Hans Christian Andersen by Anne Grahame Johnstone There are a lot of articles and reports out there giving various and often conflicting figures about the Indie book market. All seem to agree, however, that the percentage of Indie writers and … Continue reading

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FREE Blog and Book Promotions with Sally Cronin

Sally with a reminder about free promotion on her blog. She really doesn’t bite…and always does a fantastic job of showcasing writers and artists… (and you can guest post here too). I know from experience that a great many of … Continue reading

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Be my Guest: The Czech Republic – The Most Haunted Country in the World? by G. Michael Vasey

As I sit in my office here in Brno, I can see the twin landmarks of this small city situated in Moravia, the southern part of the Czech Republic. The first is Brno Castle sitting atop a natural hill and … Continue reading

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Circles Beyond Time – worlds without borders

We left Arbor Low and headed back to the village of Monyash and the pub for lunch. Once again, we seemed to have seen and done far more than should be possible in such a short time, slipping across the … Continue reading

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The importance of getting home under your own steam from Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Tallis Steelyard: First you must remember it had been a very hot day. After all it was the height of summer and about the only thing moving in Port Naain was the tide coming up the estuary and … Continue reading

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Threshold #midnighthaiku

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