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Friday happy dance

Originally posted on bluebird of bitterness : Sometimes it’s the simplest things that make you laugh – well me anyway, but then I’m quite simple. bluebird of bitterness View original post Advertisements Original link
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Be Kind to Our Friend, the Bee

Originally posted on Discover the Magic of Bulgaria : In the continuing series of posts about Mom’s Favorite Reads authors, today I’d like to introduce you to Sylva Fae, renowned children’s book author. Beautiful lady, and she looks sweet, doesn’t she? She is all that, plus a feisty woman who has a tenderness for those innocents… Original link
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Guest Post: Lucinda E Clarke

Originally posted on So where's the snow? : Thank you, Anna, for the invitation to bore your blog readers. I’ll do my very best to answer your questions. I try not to panic when asked to say something about myself. Where do I begin and who will believe me? And do you really want to… Original link
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Author Rescues Dogs from Kill Shelters

Originally posted on Indie Lifer : Paulette Mahurin is an international best-selling literary fiction and historical fiction novelist. She lives with her husband Terry and two dogs, Max and Bella, in Ventura County, California. She grew up in West Los Angeles and attended UCLA, where she received a Master’s Degree in Science. Semi-retired, she continues to… Original link
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Why are computers better than husbands? (Panic, genius, and despair. Part 2) #humor #technology


Originally posted on Barb Taub : Lies, Damn Lies, and Things You Tell Tech Support. In a recent post, I revealed that my beloved was having performance issues. Although still a gleaming silver fox to all outward appearances, lately there had been…failures. I’d be in the mood, but the powerful beast who once eagerly shared my… Original link
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My annual creepiest #Easter photo #SundayBlogShare #humor


Originally posted on Barb Taub : Time to be afraid again, Easter Peeps. At the bottom of this annual Easter reblog is possibly the single creepiest photo on the web. (And that includes the Alien Peeps below and this one of The Donald that you just HAVE to go and spin 360-degrees.) Happy Easter! Even Daniel Spiess’… Original link
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Something to Think About – The R’s of Life – Survival in a Modern World – Retail Therapy – The True Cost by Sally Cronin

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine : The R’s of Life – Retail Therapy – The Real Cost In the UK consumers will spend approximately £60 Billion this year on clothing and £960 Billion on groceries. As you will see from some of the statistics below on both those commodities, there is a massive amount of… Original link
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Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – New book on the shelves – Amie: Savage Safari (Amie in Africa Book 5) by Lucinda E. Clarke

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine : Delighted to showcase the latest release from Lucinda E. Clarke which is also receiving terrific reviews. Amie: Savage Safari (Amie in Africa Book 5). About the book Amie, the world’s most reluctant spy is back. Amie is assured that her next assignment will be easy and very safe. How… Original link
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Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Author Update – #Reviews – D.Wallace Peach, Barb Taub and Mary Smith

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine : Welcome to the first of the Cafe and Bookstore updates for the week and the first author with a recent review is D.Wallace Peach for the first book in the Rose Shield Series – Catling’s Bane About the book Catling – She’s a weapon desired by those who reign… Original link
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MEET JOHN SEARANCKE

I am really happy to be part of a huge blog hop for John Searancke, whose name is familiar as he is also a member of the FB group We love Memoirs.  But first things first. ALL JOHN’S BOOKS ARE ON SALE FROM MARCH 31, 2019 THROUGH APRIL 2, 2019 for 99¢/99£ John Searancke is … Continue reading MEET JOHN SEARANCKE Original link
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What Is A Narcissist?


Originally posted on Toni Pike : Much has been said and written about narcissists in recent times. They can be found in positions of power, but might also be someone who is a work colleague, a friend or a family member.  Abuse perpetrated by a narcissist is particularly insidious, demoralising and devastating. No matter where they… Original link
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When Free Isn’t Really Free – Guest Post by, Jaq D Hawkins…


Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog : One of my pet peeves in marketing is when someone offers something for free, but it isn’t really free. For example, recently I clicked on a free sample for a cosmetic, only to find that after getting your address details, they ask for a credit… Original link
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Mom’s Favorite Reads Book Catalog Spring 2019

Originally posted on Hannah Howe : Today, I’m delighted to highlight the Mom’s Favorite Reads Book Catalog Spring 2019. Featuring 105 pages, 30 categories and 637 books. Plus, big name authors and #1 bestsellers. Truly, there is something in Mom’s catalog for everyone. Read FREE and discover a new favorite author today 🙂 http://issuu.com/momsfavoritereads/docs/springcatalog2019?e=35132865/68108922 ? Original link
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Writing Rules – Do Authors Have to Adhere to Them?


Originally posted on T. R. Robinson Publications : Reference to ‘Writing Rules’ regularly appears in author and writer related discussions, posts and articles. Nevertheless, the so called ‘rules’ are not usually listed, leaving readers with no option but to surmise what they are. It is in fact not easy to find such a list, however, a… Original link
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How WordPress Powers the Internet (Infographic)

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis : When I first started working on the Internet, back in the mid-90s, we had to code everything by hand. And I mean, everything. You couldn’t even write a simple “Hello World” without a dozen lines of code. Fast-forward to today’s WordPress-powered blogs and websites and the difference couldn’t be… Original link
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Seriously flawed standards

Originally posted on Two on a Rant : Now, on a serious note. I happened upon a writer on Twitter and Facebook: Dakota Willink Her Twitter introduction:  “Amazon Int’l Bestselling Romance Author | Survived my 1st publishing with coffee & wine | Music Lover | Star Wars Geek Since Birth.” She explains how non-writers are scamming… Original link
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More Challenges Faced by Indie Authors

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio : This is the second in a series of posts centered on the challenges faced by indie authors as we try to compete in the vast ocean of competitors/cohorts that is filled with sharks and other predators. Here are more that I’ve come up with to get you thinking and… Original link
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A TRAILER AND YOUTH TRIALS

I was so thrilled with my very first video trailer which is for the Amie series, so I just can’t resist sharing it with you again, although I understand that over a thousand people have already seen it. (Oh gosh that worked, such a great surprise!) Huge thanks to the very talented Susan Darlene Faw. … Continue reading A TRAILER AND YOUTH TRIALS Original link
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RESTAURANT AND RHODESIAN BOILER

TRAVEL – PRAGUE We stopped off for a quick bite at this cute little restaurant where we were the only people. In fact, most of the area was pretty deserted – possibly because they heard I wanted to take photos without crowds. If there is a castle to go in, then I go in. It’s … Continue reading RESTAURANT AND RHODESIAN BOILER Original link
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A CASTLE AND CATASTROPHE

TRAVEL – PRAGUE Of course, the main attraction in Prague is the castle. And, I know why they put castles on top of hills – so they could see who was coming to attack – but I don’t do hills. Luckily there was a bus that took us most of the way up, and dropped … Continue reading A CASTLE AND CATASTROPHE Original link
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