Review: What the world needs now: Bees!, by @cherylrosebush @freshly_press @lovebooksgroup #lovebookstours
Inside the sprawling forests of Ontario, Canada lives a friendly black bear named Melly. One of Melly’s favourite things to do is EAT! And many of the delicious fruits she snacks on wouldn’t grow without the help of some very important little forest creatures.
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Con mucha sabiduría nuestros Obispos han dictado una serie de normas para administrar la eucaristía en estos difíciles tiempos de pandemia, entre otras que el celebrante, antes y después de repartir la comunión, se lave las manos con gel hidroalcohólico. Sin embargo, hay quién tiene sus reticenciasRead more of this blog post »
Tejay Antone took the mound for the first time in the spring on Wednesday night. If it was a preview of what was to come then it’s going to be a fantastic year for the second-year pitcher. Antone struck out five batters in 2.0 shutout innings as he came out throwing 98-99 MPH and dropping breaking bRead more of this blog post »
Alvin is the hospitality director at an upscale Atlanta hotel. One afternoon while chatting/gossiping with friends Denise and Devon, he learns that their latest celebrity check-in is R&B superstar Tee Mills. As a kid, Alvin knew Tee as Tim, and tRead more of this blog post »
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For the next few weeks I'm putting a spin on the Writer Tip Thursday posts. I'll be sharing YouTube videos on the subject. You'll hear from writers, editors, and fellow youtubers - all sharing sage advice. Pour your favorite beverage, click on the video and listen. I've tRead more of this blog post »
So you want to get back with the ex that you just can’t move on from. You want them back so much, it hurts. You panic when you consider living the rest of your life without them in it, and you wonder if they’ve moved on already. You consider all oRead more of this blog post »
Today it is my BirthdayI’m feeling kinda tiredYet only 20 years agoI’d have been feeling kinda wiredToday it is my BirthdayAnother year goneI’m wondering about all thoseGreat things I shudda doneI shudda travelled round the worldAnd seen the Taj MahalKissed all the lovely womenNot let my life just pRead more of this blog post »
All at once, our February days in South Dakota feel almost like springtime, with bright sunshine and breezy temperatures in the forties. Birdsong swells at dawn as cardinals, finches, chickadees, and nuthatches tune up for courting. Jihong biRead more of this blog post »
Linda: Welcome back! It’s been about eight months since your book No Half Truths Allowed was published. Can you tell us a bit about the road to publication and how has the book changed things for you?
ROSE & CHRIS: Thanks so much for Read more of this blog post »
A Winnipeg resident describes as abduction event which was shared by several other experiencers, including subsequent activity aboard a disc-shaped craft. Very detailed.
The following account was recently forwarded to me:
“Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada in 1989 -1992: I've searched theRead more of this blog post »
TO PAUL CELAN
In July, 2020, I was delighted to win 2nd prize in the Welsh Poetry Competition in July 2020. Here are some details about it.
My poem was called To Paul Celan; it was a tribute to a poet capable of linguistic gymnastics and yet many peoplRead more of this blog post »
With our journey of visiting fifty-two churches over, I can reflect more on the complete experience. Today, I’ll add to my thoughts about Church #47.
The people at this church are considerate of visitors. Their embrace of us, in a casuaRead more of this blog post »
#WorldBookDay artwork and writing challenge. Have you artwork showing a shared love of reading? Have you written unpublished/published writing on the love of reading? Please DM me. or send a message through my WordPress site.
Then Job arose and tore his robe and shaved his head and fell on the ground and worshiped. (Job 1 v 20-22)
When loss comes, grief is often not far behind. Though the shock of pain or the adrenalin of the survival instinct may make us appear strong for a time, grief—“the inward desolatRead more of this blog post »
The counselling relationship is a skewed dynamic in that I, as the counsellor, ask clients to open up to me, to be vulnerable with their fears and anxieties. In some cases, knowing nothing at all about me, might be beneficial and freeing. However, for those who liked to know a bit more about my lifeRead more of this blog post »
Peeps! My recipe for one-bowl oatmeal jam bars is up on the Spruce Eats!Read more of this blog post »
Yes, we’re going to the Moon !
Not me, but two of my stories in the Black Hare Press book, Storming Area 51.
The first is the opening drabble which starts the book simply titled, Soldier. The other piece is the story of Daniel MacBride, a student who survives the Storming of Area 51 with the help of…
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Went to virtual writing group tonight even though it’s been such a long time. Feeling welcomed and encouraged is such a balm any time, but especially now when we are all working through so much. Grateful for that!
Managed to putRead more of this blog post »
The Unquiet Gift, the second thrilling story in The Unquiet Saga, hits Amazon this weekend! The story picks up several weeks after the The Unquiet Grave, with Lily following a trail of clues that have led her to the town of New Haven in search of someone who can help her piece together her past. TheRead more of this blog post »
This is a good interview, very enlightening, that shows how the misbegotten cult of Communists work. Their cult mindset underpins the social disaster that is overtaking the West today.
Characteristic of cults is that the followers do not think, they only follow the ideas of the leaders and parrot theRead more of this blog post »
When you first saw how a juicer worked on television, you probabbly get interested in buying it. How come? Juicing fruit and vegetables seems easier than ever with a juicer. However, you did find out first about how a juicer works and the advantages and disadvantages of a juicer before buying it.
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There is no rule on how to write. Sometimes it comes easily and perfectly; sometimes it’s like drilling rock and then blasting it out with charges.
—Ernest HemingwayRead more of this blog post »
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