Category Archives: reblog

The Healer: Now part of a Box Set! ~ Christoph Fischer

Reblogged from Christoph Fischer: When advertising executive Erica Whittaker is diagnosed with terminal cancer, western medicine fails her. The only hope left for her to survive is controversial healer Arpan. She locates the man whose touch could heal her but … Continue reading

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Piety, Pranks and Parties: Easter medieval style ~ Alli Templeton

Reblogged from Medieval Wanderings: In medieval times, life revolved around the church, and the year was marked out by a series of religious festivals, customs and holidays of which Christmas and Easter were the main events. But contrary to many … Continue reading

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Join Sally Cronin for the Smorgasbord Easter Parade Blog Party…

Head on over to Sally’s place to join the party for her Easter Parade, where you can leave your links in the comments and introduce yourself. You’ll find humour, food and music… and meet her guests Debby Gies, John Howell, … Continue reading

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How Not to Get Ahead of Yourself When You’re Writing – Guest Post by Traci Kenworth at TRSA

Reblogged from The Story Reading Ape: When we get a new idea, it feels like the whole world opens for us, and we can do anything. Some newer writers spring into the writing before they’re ready. It takes time to … Continue reading

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Pen of the oyster-catcher ~ Steve Tanham

Portmahomack, a fishing village on the north shore of one of the fingers of land that jut out into the North Sea, thirty or so miles north of Inverness. There is something perfect about it. Somewhere close, our collie dog, … Continue reading

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The “I Need to Be Special” Syndrome Vs. Greta Thunberg’s “I Don’t Care About Being Popular” Approach to Life ~ Alethea Kehas

Reblogged from Not Tomatoes: Photo Credit: Pixabay It’s likely most of us suffer from it, to lesser or greater degrees. Soon after birth, the ego discovers its individuality and realizes that separation can be a threat to its survival. If … Continue reading

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The Big Blog Question: Quantity vs. Quality ~ H.R.R. Gorman

Reblogged from Let Me Tell You the Story of…: Choose Two: Quantity of posts, Quality of posts, or Your Non-Blogging Life. Well, one of those is probably going to take priority (unless you’ve gotten past that ‘needing food’ conundrum), so … Continue reading

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James J. Cudney reviews: What’s in a Name? (Volume 2) by Sally Cronin

Reblogged from This is My Truth Now: What’s in a Name? Volume 2: Stories of Life and Romance by Sally Cronin My rating: 5 of 5 stars Sometimes the second book in a series or multi-volume collection of short stories … Continue reading

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Elmore Leonard – Guest Post by, Andrew Joyce… at TRSA

Reblogged from The Story Reading Ape: Elmore Leonard was an American writer who wrote nearly fifty novels, twenty-six of which were made into movies with stars such as Paul Newman, John Travolta, and Russell Crowe. He was awarded the Edgar … Continue reading

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Edward and Eleanor: a royal love story set in stone ~ Alli Templeton

Reblogged from Medieval Wanderings: A royal wedding in medieval times was all about sealing alliances and striking political deals, so emotional entanglements didn’t usually enter the equation. Consequently, it was common for husbands in royal and elite circles to play … Continue reading

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