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Gaverne ved et tavst privatliv er dybe, høje og mangefacetterede. De ånder gennem alt muligt andet end illusioner om egoer som diamanter, og netop den ordløse indpakning lagrer sig i den potentielle udpakning som spejlende, ikke parerende, udforskninger, og oplevelser, af direkte relationer. Ikke atRead more of this blog post »
But when I'm not writing or reading, I'm watching a movie and playing a game or chatting on the side. I know that sounds crazy but I Read more of this blog post »
Sweet May morning
Lying in bed with nothing to say
We’ll pretend all we wanna
Yeah, tomorrow I’ll be on my way
Sing me a river
Go easy on me, I’m not doing too well
Do you hate me, honey
As much as I hate myself?
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Heart like a levee
I swing for the mountains in double-time
Is it too heavy, honey?
Is it too heav
"How many WIPs are you working on?" you ask. "One? Two?"
You see the look on my face and feel the blood drain from your own. "Three?" you ask in a hoarse whisper.
Well, I say suddenly dropping all quotation marks and returning to my regular blogging style. I'm sort of worRead more of this blog post »
The 3rd book in the Braxton Campus Mysteries series is on sale for only .99 cents from February 26th thru March 2nd. You can download it to your Kindle here. This book was released on March 30th, 2019 and has been getting rave reviews from mystery fans all around the world. You can visit all the posRead more of this blog post »
It’s hard to believe, but my debut novel, Not Our Summer, will be out in the world in less than three months now! On 5/11/21, to be exact. As many of you may know, this book has been a long … ContinuedRead more of this blog post »
If you love 70s Conan The Barbarian or Chronicles of Narnia, this book is going to wow you. Back it here and support our wonderful artists: http://igg.me/at/deusvult Read more of this blog post »
The way she looked at me felt like she knew me. I guess, for a while, it’s just felt like everyone was looking through me. I was here, but I was never being seen. I was used to being glass–cutting everyone I’d meet. ‘Cause I used to be afraid of what people would see in me. I used to hesitate througRead more of this blog post »
Recalling one of my more embarrassing days I wrote this:
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But finding that perfect cup of tea is an art form, and it’s one I Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Mark Allan Gunnells' newest novel is a dark tale of murderous obsession, a dark twisted love, and lover who cannot let go, even after he blows his brains out.
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It’s interesting to see the changing ideas about “what makes a man.” The pushback against “toxic masculinity” intrigues me, and certainly it’s a good thing, to alter from the ideal of “the strong, silent type” of the past, to allowing our young men to express their feelings or pursue alternate lifeRead more of this blog post »
Hard to believe it's been five whole years, ac Read more of this blog post »
After all, the government never expected us to give up our freedoms as willingly, even enthusiast Read more of this blog post »
-Which mask to wear. It's got to be one that won't make my glasses steam up or slide off and end up on the ground. That happened last week; I g Read more of this blog post »
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One of the best parts of being a writer is that I get to create characters with lives I can only dream of. Frequently this means I will give a character an occupation or experience that I really know nothing about, like running a vineyard and making wine. This is where good research makes all the diRead more of this blog post »
Who hasn’t felt like that? Oh, yes, we’ve definitely felt that way! When push comes to shove, we are tempted to throw in the towel with several choice expletives. Yes, we are. It’s human nature.
Speaking of being “tempted”, Pastor James has tRead more of this blog post »
Jonas Fernley wants only to escape the Parallel Earth and return to his Earth, but to do that he must first save it in the future… and in the past.
Find out how in “The Merging of Stars” – coming soon!Read more of this blog post »
Fiction, Mystery, Suspense, Noir Romance
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I want to thank MWP for this opportunity to share my sci-fi work with a new audience. This publication showcases a diverse spectrum of women's writings and storie Read more of this blog post »
I used to be a Martyrmom.
Veiled as camaraderie, women perpetuate the idea everyday that it is funny to survive only on coffee and wine.
Never mind the fact that it normalizes addiction as a method for surviving motherhood, can we examine that women only feel comfortable joking about their self-sacrif Read more of this blog post »
I know, I still can’t believe it!
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There’s been a disturbing trend in recent years that employers will post positions they want to hire someone for and omit the salary. This evolved into what is now, distressingly common, where they ask an employee their expected salary as part of the initial application. This needs to end.Why They D Read more of this blog post »
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