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The powers that be ~ Janette Bendle #writephoto

The powers that be The phrase comes from a translation of the Greek: αἱ … οὖσαι [ἐξουσίαι], hai … oûsai [exousíai], the … existing [powers]’; ἐξουσίαι is also translated as “authorities” in some other translations.[6] A deity A deity is … Continue reading

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#writephoto regulars: Alethea Kehas from Not Tomatoes

I asked the writephoto challenge regulars if they would like to come over and introduce themselves. I would like to introduce my friend, Alethea Kehas who blogs at Not Tomatoes. Without those of you who write and read the pieces … Continue reading

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The Elevator Pitch: Telling People About Your Book in One Sentence – Rami Ungar

Reblogged from Self-Published Authors Helping Other Authors: You may be talking to someone at a party, at work, or while waiting to lead an army of werewolves and asuras into battle to stop the demonic entity Delassi from entering our … Continue reading

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Uploading your Self-Publishing Paperback to KDP Print – Plaisted Publishing House

Reblogged from Plaisted Publishing House: We all know that KDP Print is likely to be taking over from Createspace when they finally close their doors (after all we’ve seen go on in the last 12 mth) I thought it would … Continue reading

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Guest author: Harsha Sheelam – The girl with golden highlights

I’m sure you’d agree that this story has a happy ending. She was only six and her parents, living in a small town of rural India physically abused her, kept her devoid of education and made her do household chores. … Continue reading

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Hinting at… Happiness? by Sarah Brentyn

Reblogged from Sarah Brentyn: What does a Harvard University professor have to do with flash fiction? Nothing. And everything. Or, at least, something. I’ve thought for a long time now that good flash fiction packs a punch. It heightens emotional … Continue reading

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Today’s the day… Juliet Nubel

Juliet Nubel is one of the contributing authors in a new horror anthology. You can read more about Juliet herself in her guest post for this blog and read Jaye and Anita Dawes’ review of The Box Under The Bed … Continue reading

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Ask the blogger: how did you get so many followers? – Milly Schmidt

Reblogged from Milly Schmidt: I went out on a limb and contacted some of my greatest blogging idols to see if a few of them might like to lend us some of their wisdom in response to the one question we’re all thinking about: … Continue reading

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Guest author: Jessica Bakkers – A work in progress…

Sue Vincent has very kindly asked me to write a piece for her site to introduce myself to WordPress. As a relatively newcomer to WP, I am staggered by the incredible kindness and welcoming warmth of the WP community and … Continue reading

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Deep by Joelle LeGendre #writephoto

He sat, back straight at the table, pulling his heavy oak chair closer to it. White hair parted from the left, framing a formidable face etched by the ravages of time.  Sharp green eyes sparkled just a little at the … Continue reading

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