Monthly Archives: March 2015

TO IMAGINE, TO HOPE, TO TRANSCEND, TO TRANSFORM

Originally posted on Pandaemonium:
I gave a talk at the launch at London’s Institut Français of Libraries without Borders, the charity inspired by Patrick Weil that aims to increase global access to books and libraries. Also speaking were Ian McEwan,…

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Anthology to raise money for Guide Dogs goes live at last!

Originally posted on newauthoronline:
Dear all, The moment you have all been waiting for. No, I haven’t won millions on the National Lottery, although that would be nice! I am, however, delighted to announce that the anthology to raise money…

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Ronovan Writes, Weekly Haiku Challenge: Foul and Sweet Haiku

RonovanWrites Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt Challenge #37 Foul&Sweet “Welcome everyone to the Weekly Haiku Prompt Challenge. You may have found your way here through The Daily Post pages, the WordPress Reader, Twitter, Google+, or however you found us, we’re glad you … Continue reading

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My Friday Post: Sea Urchins Ouch!

This guys waving at you and that’s ok, he’s quite beautiful from afar but you sure don’t want to get up close and personal and you definitely don’t want to stand on him. He’s a sea urchin, also archaically known as … Continue reading

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Danny and the Toad

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Danny and the Toad Danny the Dog here with another tale of lust and depravity—oh wait, that’s Andrew’s bailiwick. Andrew, for the few of you who don’t know, is my…

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My Kyrosmagica Review of Mr Penumbra’s 24 hour Bookstore

  Goodreads Synopsis: The Great Recession has shuffled Clay Jannon away from life as a San Francisco web-design drone and into the aisles of Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore. But after a few days on the job, Clay discovers that the … Continue reading

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My Friday Post: Celebrating Dragon Delights

Golden Dragon Oh, Mighty Dragon  Your fiery dare,  Gleams in a challenge, No Childish mask, Highlights your eyes. Golden elixir promises, Hang in the air, Lining up, To slide off the curve of Your celebrated tongue. A challenge! Adventuress, take a ride. Will I … Continue reading

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A Writing Award To Give Yourself: Do What You Love

Sometimes we need to give ourselves a little pick me up, a reminder to Do What We Love, even if that particular thing that we love seems difficult to achieve. Just recently I have been querying agents, and been getting … Continue reading

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Mirrored tree house in Sweden

Originally posted on digger666:
via Earth Pics — Mirrored tree house in Sweden Click Here to….

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Top 10 Amazing Book Sculptures by Kelly Campbell

Originally posted on First Night Design:
Kelly Campbell has been sculpting books since 2011 and uses nothing more than whatever is in the pages of the book its self. The words, illustrations and page numbers. So let me take you…

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