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My Maine, Haiku through the Seasons ~ Bette A. Stevens

Reblogged from Bette A. Stevens: MY MAINE, Haiku through the Seasons (Poetry & Photography Collection) by Bette A. Stevens. 150 haiku poems, 49 of the author’s original photographs + interesting facts and symbols from The Pine Tree State.  My Maine… … Continue reading

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The Slavic World Tree Myth and the Hexagram ~ G. Michael Vasey

Reblogged from The Mystical Hexagram: Several years ago, Sue Vincent and I wrote a book about the Hexagram. The book explores that symbol. “Not from some scholarly or deeply complex perspective, but seeing it as a representation relating to life … Continue reading

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Colleen Cheesebro reviews “Sea Dragons, Wisp II,” by Adele Marie Park

Reblogged from Colleen Cheesebro: About this Book ~ Sea Dragons (Wisp II) Adele Marie Park The malevolent and ruthless mage, Dante Asano, is defeated but victory came at a horrific price. Before Wisp and his companions could intervene, Dante possessed … Continue reading

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Guest Author: Susanne Leist ~ Why am I an author? (and news of a new release!)

Why am I an author? The answer lies with my brother, Neil Leist. Neil was a person who lit up a room when he entered. He was 6 feet 2 inches, but it wasn’t his height that drew peoples’ eyes. … Continue reading

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Guest Author: Mark Bierman ~ Vanished

Today I wish to take some time to promote my novel, Vanished. Now, I must be honest with you, I never thought I’d write a story about human trafficking  How it all began and why: My father was a building … Continue reading

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You READ – but do you leave REVIEWS? – by Chris Graham (aka The Story Reading Ape)

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Songs of a bard….

I love the old stories, the legends and lays of ancient times when the world, from our vantage point, seemed both a more innocent and more magical place, where the impossible walked hand in hand with the improbable and where … Continue reading

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D.G. Kaye reviews – The Memory by Judith Barrow

Reblogged from D.G. Kaye: Welcome to my Sunday Book Review. Today I’m thrilled to be reviewing Judith Barrow’s engrossing #FamilySaga – The Memory. This is the story about Irene, growing up in a dysfunctional family with a horrible mother, Lilian, … Continue reading

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Finding joy…

““And then, right on cue as it were, in walks our angel.” “Oh, you mean the old woman with the radiant face and sparkly eyes.” “Ah ha, you see, even you noticed her radiant face, bit of a giveaway that … Continue reading

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Guest Author: S. C. Skillman ~ Paranormal Warwickshire

Hello. I’m grateful to Sue for offering me this space on her blog to tell you about my forthcoming book , Paranormal Warwickshire, which will be published by Amberley Publishing on 15th November this year. As with all stories, there … Continue reading

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