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Wednesday AKA Hump and Story Day

Wednesday is story day. Today’s story is about friends and helping others. We all want to help others and I’m sure we mean to help as much as possible. Sometimes things get in the way when we have good intentions, but don’t follow through. You know what I mean. For example, an author helped you launch a book on their blog, bought it, […]

The meaning of fight

Originally posted on drinkswellwithothers:
The Boston Marathon, aside from being the oldest marathon in the world, is also one of the most celebrated. It begins on Grove Street in Hopkinton and slinks across Ashley, Framingham, Natick, Wellesley, Newton and finally Brookline, before finishing up on Boylston Street. The twenty six miles and three hundred and…

We’re gonna need a bigger VOTE!

Originally posted on What The Hell:
I learned last night that Yesterday Road is one of the twelve finalists in the literary category of Indie Author Land’s contest: The 50 Self-Published Books Worth Reading (2013/14). Now it’s time to vote for the winner in each category. I need lots of help here, kids. There are…

Top Ten Things Not to Do at Opening Day of Baseball

  Here is the 41st installment of Ten Top Lists of What Not to Do by Marie Ann Bailey of 1WriteWay at and John W. Howell of Fiction Favorites at These lists are simu-published on our blogs each Monday. We hope you enjoy.   Top Ten Things Not To Do When Attending the […]

The Paul Mallory Series by Stephen C. Spencer

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Operation Mallory was set up to help a fellow author, Stephen C. Spencer has written some great books, but Steve also has cancer. He’s suffered with a brain tumour for a while, and kept it pretty quiet. The observant among you will notice he stopped blogging and tweeting. All the…

Happy Birthday to My Favorite Dilettante!

Originally posted on 1WriteWay:
A little birdie (well, actually, a big birdie) told me that today is Helena Hann-Basquiat’s birthday!  And what better way to celebrate her birthday than by heading over to Amazon and picking up one or all of her recent publications: Memoirs of a Dilettante Volume One, available in both ebook and…

Wednesday Story Day

  Wednesday again. It came quick this week and we are happy it is here. In recognition of the day I try to write a story which has some deeper meaning than what is presented. I guess you have caught on to my little game by now. This weeks’s story is no exception and tells […]

Rave Reviews Book Club Author Spotlight Blog Tour – Angelia Vernon Menchan

  The Rave Reviews Book Club of which I am a member does a great job of spotlighting authors throughout the year. Today’s author is Angelia Vernon Menchan who is a publishing author with 26 paperback books and countless eBook titles to her credit. She also publishes the work of several other authors and mentors by […]

Friday is the best Day for a Haiku and a Margarita

  Been a long week for me. How about you. Well one of the nice things about a fairly tough week when Friday finally comes, it is cause for celebration. Of course,  most of us have to define tough within the same context as our overall life profile. For some, tough may be defined as […]

The Tophat Raven Art and Literary Magazine – Issue Two Now Available

  If you have not had a look at The Tophat Raven Art and Literary Magazine yet, I would suggest you go HERE and check it out. The magazine is on-line and is chock full of poetry, art, stories and photos. It is really something to occupy many moments of pleasurable reading. Oh yes, I […]


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