Monthly Archives: May 2015

Happy Birthday Mum

Today would have been my Mum’s eighty-second birthday had she not fluttered away when she was only sixty-five. To celebrate her birthday I re-blog the poem that I wrote shortly after her death. Gone Mum – The Last Time You’ve … Continue reading

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The Courage of the Wolf (Re-blogged)

I confess to having many recent thoughts along these lines. It is a wonderful summary. The Courage Wolf | Willing To Lose It All thebettermanprojects Posted on May 27, 2015 Am I willing to lose everything…put it all on the line…to … Continue reading

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Review: Name To A Face

Name To A Face by Robert Goddard My rating: 3 of 5 stars Goddard is getting tired! I have enjoyed many of Robert Goddard’s books, with their many unexpected twists and turns, but his writing has now got to the … Continue reading

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Tidbit Tuesday – The (innocent) Tidbit Poem

Originally posted on Erika Kind:
There is one thing I just want to make sure in every erotic post I might do. Physical love is a wonderful way of enjoying the benefits of the bodies we are given for this…

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Lance’s Coach Tour #5

“Today, ladies and gentlemen, is the most anticipated coach tour of this infamous time-traveling series. We have already seen the building of Stonehenge, enjoyed the jazz of 1920s New Orleans, witnessed the schooling of young Alexander the Great by Aristotle, and, … Continue reading

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With Arms Wide Open

Originally posted on Thoughts by Mello-Elo:
http://youtu.be/xoGWe9l-OG8 Embracing light and hope, Searching everything, Waiting for my life, To be mine again. With arms wide open… Open to anything Travel through all time Love and hope will spring. With arms wide…

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Should you Sell eBooks from your Website? @JoRobinson176

Originally posted on Lit World Interviews:
Many web owners sell books directly, and sometimes exclusively from their sites, collecting one hundred percent of the price via PayPal. If you publish with Amazon KDP Select, this is obviously not allowed –…

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