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  • Reflekshuns (28/July) s by Tygo Lee - 7/28/2015 12:58:24 AM
    An inspirational DAILY POSTING for a happier and more peaceful life.
    REFLECTION (28 07 15) Tygo Lee The world today is focused very much on egoism (me, me, me) and competition (me versus you). Hmmm... As a pleasant alternative, how about a little more altruism (you, you, you) and cooperation (me and you)? We are always winners…when we help others. ...
  • The False Prophet by Will Clark - 7/27/2015 4:02:03 PM
    This is a letter to the editor that I submitted yesterday. I thought I would post it here at AD also. “The Book of Revelation introduces two women representing two religions. The first is Christianity, described in Chapter 12. This description is coded by: ‘two wings of a great eagle;’ ‘time, and times, and half a time;’ and the date of the other religion. Chapter 12 explai...
  • An even tougher brain teaser ! by John A. Autero - 7/27/2015 2:50:21 PM
    The first 25 people to send me the right answer to this brain teaser get a free e-copy of "The Scorpion". (please message me your answer) The Scorpion http: visit viewwork.asp?id=66842 Brain Teaser Question How many ping pong balls do you think you could fit inside of a one gallon plastic milk jug? for reference, a picture of a one gallon plas...
  • Back in Business by Nancy A Kaiser - 7/27/2015 10:18:25 AM
    sorry for my absence, but it's over now. Please check out my new Website and complementary mp3 course. http: new-website-animal-communication-mp3-course ...
  • Husband Vs. Extended Family Member: Gene Pool Smackdown by Kage Alan - 7/27/2015 3:22:50 AM
    There's a certain giggle that exits my husband's mouth when he's not amused. It used to be aimed at me. Well, not last Saturday. Not by a long shot!
    There have been moments in our twenty years together when my husband has looked at me, usually in frustration, and spoken those little annoying words “There are times I don’t think you know me.” Which is about the moment when I want to ring his neck and scream “I would if you didn’t get so annoyed every time I ask you a question!” He stares at me, arches his eyebrow and let’s off a “Fascinating. Y...
  • Moods by Dorien Grey - 7/27/2015 2:46:23 AM
    mood, n.: a temporary state of mind or feeling We all experience moods, some more frequently and or more intensely than others. They are yet another means of providing an overall balance to life. We often call them “mood swings,” though in most people, they’re like small ripples on a pond, and pass with relatively little notice. But there are times in every life where the difference betwe...
  • The Hamster by Jack Christophe - 7/26/2015 9:20:04 PM
    Character Design
    Our team has started developing the 3D characters for the film version. We are in the early stages ot a larger production longer process to complete. The story mirrors the book version... More to come......
  • The Second Time Around by Gloria Antypowich by Theodocia Mclean - 7/26/2015 12:00:00 PM
    Cold Coffee Press Endorses ‘The Second Time Around’ (Belanger Creek Ranch Book 1) by Gloria Antypowich.
    It is refreshing to read a romance that not only satisfies the readers desire to read this genre, but also teaches an important life lesson. ‘The Second Time Around’ is the first book in the Belanger Creek Ranch series. Well-developed characters like veterinarian Frank Lamonte (Female), Dr. Jason Winters (DVM) and Colt Thompson (Owner of the Belanger Creek Ranch in Saskatchewan, Canada) to na...
  • Message to Cubans living in America by Lucille - 7/26/2015 7:50:50 AM
    Look around outside the grid
    You can't fight them, you can't sanction them forever, you cannot hold them outside your sphere of operation to the end of time. I am talking about Communist China and Communist Vietnam, and even the former Soviet Union. The United States has been sanctuary to the citizens, including myself, of all these nations. Cubans who left their country are not exclusive in that sense. And in pro...
  • Sunday, sunday by Carol M Tetlow - 7/26/2015 6:12:52 AM
    Things are looking up. All the crises in the house are being sorted one by one and the tenants are less mutinous. In fact, it must be 24 hours since I've heard from them which is definitely a record. We are promised rain for the next four days at least, which is the last thing we need when we're training the pony for a driving competition. I received a phone call from the secretary of a local ...
  • GOD is Omnipresent in Your Life by Jay Onwukwe - 7/26/2015 1:22:57 AM
    On this beautiful Sunday, remember that GOD is Omnipresent in Your Life. Therefore pause awhile and ponder, and stop "seeking". GOD is ever with you, within you, around you and everywhere Potent and Omniscient. Seek no more and simply "realize" that wherever YOU ARE, GOD IS. Go your way rejoicing! "For in HIM we live, and move, and have our being". (Acts 17:28). ...
  • Why Criticize When Destruction is in View? by Kit Kingdom - 7/25/2015 3:24:59 PM
    A look at people who find TV overly offensive
    For as long as there as been TV there has been crap on TV that some person or the other has thought (or tried to) offensive enough to complain (and not only that but never shut up) about and to drag naked and screaming into the street that they night attempt to beat it to death. One of the complaints that I hear nowadays, some version of which I’ve been hearing since the early days of ca...
  • Encouraging everybody to understand their very personal genome by Frank P Ryan - 7/25/2015 2:23:17 PM
    I've been receiving early reaction from senior scientific and medical colleagues from many countries . . .
    It has been very heartening to hear back from colleagues in science, biology, bioinformatics and biomedical sciences, that they appreciate my writing a book that explains the importance of understanding the human genome to folks who come from a non-scientific background. We are entering a golden age of genetics, and genomics, in which previously untreatable genetically-driven diseases will be slow...
  • Texans For Secure Retirement by David Ravenwood - 7/25/2015 9:54:59 AM
    Good article that I copied and pasted: July 21, 2015 Mr. Mike Norman Editorial Page Editor Star-Telegram Box 1870 Fort Worth, TX 76101 Dear Mr. Norman, Recently, James Quintero of the Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF) shared his views about defined benefit pension plans in the Fort Worth Star Telegram. His mischaracterization of the financial condition of Tex...
  • Me And My Ski Poles by Edie M. Batstone - 7/25/2015 6:56:36 AM
    Walking out of doors with or without ski poles is my favourite form of exercise for my body, and a wonderful food source for my mind and my soul.
    Me And My Ski Poles! Walking with ski poles ? No way - I'm not going to have people looking at me like I'm weird! But, here I am, a convert. After being introduced to the concept by the good folks at Walker House (and my husband) I checked it out on the net - According to write-ups about it, 'The logic is simple: Normal walking utilizes muscles in the lower half of the body...
  • Eva's Byte # 13: Reunited by Eva Pasco - 7/25/2015 12:48:45 AM
    Let me preface this blog with the chorus from “Reunited,” a hit single from the 1978 album, '2 Hot,' by R & B vocal duo, Peaches & Herb: Both Reunited and it feels so good Reunited 'cause we understood There's one perfect fit And, sugar, this one is it We both are so excited 'cause we're reunited, hey, hey Though I’ve never met Thomas, last week I be...
  • Trump: Assassination of Free Speech in America by Kalikiano Kalei - 7/24/2015 12:41:01 PM
    Donald Trump, that paragon of pop-culture egocentrism, has managed to put his foot in a whole new buccal arena recently. Or has he? I am no great fan of 'The Donald', but there is more to his story th
    Trump: Assassination of Open Dissent and Free Speech in America
  • Having Fun While Aging by John A Carlson - 7/24/2015 8:53:20 AM
    I can use your input.
    In my forthcoming book "Having Fun While Aging" I gather material by asking as many people as I can one simple question. The answers are extremely varied. I would be very interested in your response... so I will ask you the same question. Would you mind if I ask you what you do to have fun? ...
  • For Goodness Sake! by Clarence Prince - 7/24/2015 8:27:46 AM
    Today’s Words: The love of God is enough, it’s everlasting! The mercy of God is enough, it endures forever! The peace of God is enough, it’s life soothing! The glory of God is enough, it’s showing up everywhere! Then for goodness sake, the fear of God must be maintained; To bring about the world’s prosperity, upon all things! Books are for reading; look at this, “MAKE IT TO...
  • The present state of the car insurance industry – Top reasons to get an insurance policy by Alvin Goetz - 7/24/2015 7:44:35 AM
    Nowadays it is not at all cheap to run a car; as the fuel costs, tax costs and maintenance add up, it become a huge burden for the vehicle owner to bear them. Apart from these costs, there is also a huge cost of insuring your car. If you’re someone who has been informed about the changes in the insurance market, you will be pleased to know that after years of rising car insurance premiums, the rat...
  • Christopher Fowler, BRYANT AND MAY AND THE BLEEDING HEART by Glen - 7/24/2015 3:40:19 AM
    Arthur Bryant an John May are senior detectives with the Peculiar Crimes Unit, which as the name implies investigates crimes that are out of the ordinary. Led by the highly eccentric Bryant, the unit follows its own weirdly unusual brand of problem solving. The cases are strange, and the paths to their solution are stranger still. For the fan of off-beat British humor, this is the serie...
  • SAMMY'S TALES IV - SLUMBERING IN SUBURBIA by Richard G Stevens - 7/23/2015 10:07:32 AM
    The adventures of 'Sammy the Snail', is a serial about a campervan which is running on my website at: http: blogs---what-do-you-think category sammys-trails - pictures of Sammy and
    We’re off on a mission this’s bright but still cold. The Sap has at long last found a proper mattress that he believes will just fit my over-cab fact he’s already bought and paid for it on E-bay — the cheapskate. I heard him telling Mrs Langford, the seller, that he wants it for his campervan and that he had seen few four-feet wide mattresses for sale. He discovers that it...
  • My Successful Essay Writing by Isabelle Faulkner - 7/23/2015 3:53:13 AM
    Lots of students and ex-students know that essay writing is one of the toughest things to do. It should be done right no matter if this is your assigned essay for the class, interesting essays for college admissions or paper for some essay contest. With this article, I want to show you how to prepare and write your A-grade essay of any type. There is a task for you to do your research...
  • Georgios II - A Chosen People by Ann K Frailey - 7/22/2015 9:30:57 AM
    Georgios II – A Chosen People will be out in the next few days…God willing! How do you like the new cover?(See for cover image) “I know you will enjoy reading Ann’s latest book. I find her writing to be a breath of fresh air in today’s complicated world. If you are looking for a favorite new author, grab a copy of Georgios II – A Chosen People. Be prepared to be entertai...
  • Vacation to CT, Part III by Ann Herrick - 7/21/2015 5:40:25 AM
    We hit the trifecta of food: pizza, clams, and lobster roll.
    SIL tasted his first lobster roll--from Lobster Landing, of course. He was a bit hesitant at first, but once he tasted it he scarfed it down. smile emoticon Pizza in New Haven at Pepe's. We got there just in time for lunch. Had to wait only a few minutes. Once we were seated the line stretched down the sidewalk to the parking lot (oh, and we got a nice shady spot in the parking lot). Als...
  • Seven Reasons You Should Hand Over the Car Keys and Buy a Bus Pass by jessie m carolyn - 7/20/2015 10:17:20 PM
    Not everyone is a great driver. Often times, you may wonder if another driver on the road with you got his or her drivers license out of a crackerjack box.
    Not everyone is a great driver. Often times, you may wonder if another driver on the road with you got his or her drivers license out of a crackerjack box or gumball machine! Bottom line not everyone is cut out to be a good driver or even be a driver.   You may have a family member or friend you don’t like to ride with because they tailgate and your imaginary break nev...
  • Confederate Flag to follow Confederae Money by Uriah J. Fields - 7/20/2015 12:01:21 PM
    What a day of rejoicing there will be when the Confederate flag follow Confederate money.
    Rebel Currency, Flag are Worthless by Uriah J. Fields. This Letter to the Editor was published in the Daily Progress (7-20-15.) To read it visit: opinion letters_to_the_editor. There is an adage that says,"Follow the money." It is appropriate, although long overdue, for the Confederate flag to follow the Confederate money. Confederate money has been worthless since t...
  • Mystery Monday: Luke Murphy with Kiss 7 Tell by Kristina Stanley - 7/20/2015 11:32:03 AM
    MYSTERY MONDAYS: Luke Murphy – Kiss & Tell Released Today JULY 20, 2015 ~ KRISTINA STANLEY ~ EDIT Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000040_00072]How exciting to have the international best-selling author, Luke Murphy, kick off the Mystery Mondays series. An author, an athlete, a husband and a father. Why wouldn’t I want to share Luke Murphy’s new thriller with you? First about ...
  • New Publication Available by John Herlihy - 7/19/2015 11:48:32 PM
    I take this opportunity to announce the publication of my new book of essays entitled Feathers in the Dust. The sub-title for this book is "Traditional Essays on the Human Condition". I wanted to write on various ideas that play an important role in our lives, such as love, trust, time and death, but that we give very little serious consideration into their true import and what role they truly pla...
  • The Churchyard by Harvey Mendez - 7/19/2015 10:21:42 AM
    No one would expect Cassandra Crowley’s horrific car accident on a stormy Halloween night in front of St. Anthony’s churchyard in Craggy Cove, Massachusetts to turn into a love triangle.
  • Intentional Healing by Micki Peluso - 7/18/2015 4:28:54 PM
    This is a book for those with chronic, often unexplained illness with suggestions on healing methods
    Intentional Healing: One Woman's Path to Higher Consciousness By Jennie Sherwin Author Jennie Sherwin writes an inspirational and helpful book, sharing her own experiences with chronic illnesses caused by environmental allergies, among other factors. The point when her body can no longer withstand her hypersensitivities, she begins a long arduous journey, using Western medicine a...
  • On love, guilt and doubt  by Tascha Lee Dresser - 7/18/2015 3:51:25 PM
    Today I am writing this blog on love and the things that can happen and come with it. I hope everyone concerned will appreciate what I have to say in it. There have been times in my life when others have told me in different ways that I can't have and expect certain things because of something about me. But, I am just as human as those who have delivered those terrible messages to me in the p...
  • Background to Zombies Anonymous by M Chapman - 7/18/2015 8:29:30 AM
    Background to the novel Zombies Anonymous and what inspired it.
    Archibald Griest: Zombie and revolutionary! But I thought I would give a little more background to the story. The story started off as a more trivial short story in 2002. It was in response to various American zombie films I had seen up to that point. As the story progressed and was initially intended as a relatively silly tale of a person rotting and generally getting up peoples noses....
  • My Gay Thoughts on Religion by Michael D LeFevre - 7/17/2015 10:54:26 AM
    With all the talk about same sex marriage and the response of religious groups, I have decided to chime in with my thoughts.
    Most Christians know the story of the woman taken in adultery and brought to Jesus by the Pharisees. (I wonder why the man wasn't brought as well because it takes two to commit adultery.) The Pharisees instantly demand that she should be stoned because it says so in Jewish law. Jesus agrees that the law says that but he then makes his famous quote, "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone."...
  • Fighting CPS by Deborah K. Frontiera - 7/17/2015 9:40:18 AM
    The purpose of this blog has been to provide updates on some of the cases I reported in my book (Fighting CPS: Guilty Until Proven Innocent of Child Protective Services Charges ISBN 9-780-9800061-6-2)
    One has to wonder about this case—found online—see credit in the account. I can’t help but think there’s more to this case than meets the eye. While parents should be able to live “off grid” as such, I have to wonder about children’s welfare with no toilets, electricity, etc. This is no longer the 19th century. I grew up using an outhouse on occasion, but . . . They seem to have internet access fo...
  • New Book "The Lair of Raven" by Steven M Ulmen - 7/17/2015 7:22:22 AM
    Revisit the Viet Nam war, written by a life-long friend of mine. Please give it a look. Thank you. Steve http: 2015 07 the-lair-of-raven.html...
  • Happy Bastille Day  by Patricia A Guthrie - 7/15/2015 6:48:13 AM
    Happy Bastille Day; The day that commemorates Freedom, Justice, Equality, Fraternity? Or the day that commenced France’s “Reign of Terror” (1793-1794) and one of the most terrifying periods in World
    LA MARSEILLAISE La Marseillaise - National Anthem of France Allons enfants de la Patrie Le jour de gloire est arrivé ! Contre nous de la tyrannie L'étendard sanglant est levé Entendez-vous dans nos campagnes Mugir ces féroces soldats? Ils viennent jusque dans vos bras. Égorger vos fils, vos compagnes! Aux armes citoyens Formez vos bataillons <...
  • Secrets Unveiled by Stan I.S Law (aka Stanislaw Kapuscinski) - 7/15/2015 6:38:36 AM
    Mysteries Hidden from Unholy Eyes
  • Holy messengers & Evil spirits - Wow What a Motion picture  by anna annajay jay - 7/14/2015 10:45:40 PM
    In spite of the fact that I viewed the first film taking into account Dan Tans' smash hit "The Da Vinci Code" I hadn't anticipated viewing the motion picture Holy messengers and Evil spirits, yet kid
    In spite of the fact that I viewed the first film taking into account Dan Tans' smash hit "The Da Vinci Code" I hadn't anticipated viewing the motion picture Holy messengers and Evil spirits, yet kid was I happy I did. It was an incredible and I thought it was superior to the first; it kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time. I was astounded to see that Tom Hanks was in the film (no, I didn'...
  • The Guardians: Angels, Demons and Mortals by Stacy L Thowe - 7/14/2015 6:28:26 PM
    I would hear my Assigned cry out, and I was instantly whisked to his or her side. It was as if I were a phantom that they could sense, but could not see. We knew you were one of our Assigned because w
    Years in the making I am proud to announce my eBook, "The Guardians: Angels, Demons and Mortals" is finally available to the public. I wrote the manuscript due to my life long obsession with Guardian Angels. If you visit my facebook page: Author Stacy Thowe, you will find information on current happenings with Guardian Angels. I have felt them throughout my life. They were there when I needed them...
  • Inflated book prices. by Audrey Coatesworth - 7/14/2015 12:41:10 AM
    I found two of my books being offered for sale at ridiculous prices on and
     For many reasons, I have, so far, self published my books. I had some of the first few books printed in England, but all are now printed as Print on demand, at present by Createspace. However, the original printed books have different covers and I am the only person who has any stock of these books in NEW condition. Today, I have noticed that 'Choice for Teenagers' book , p...
  • Home and Abroad.Now And Then. by Steve Kerr - 7/13/2015 7:49:12 AM
    The minutes on the clock slowly tick by on this wet overcast July early evening. All my family are on holiday on the Algarve.My nephew is playing football in Budapest and even Daisy the dog is shacked up in some luxury canine hotel at some secret Scottish location. On a recent browse at holidays online I noticed that Travel Republic i...
  • Psychology Recounts Biblical Story by Sage Sweetwater - 7/12/2015 3:54:50 AM
    "To use religious women's stories to stairstep into power and wealth."—Sage Sweetwater
    "In the mind of a female trailblazer, is an intelligent study to accomplish success. Even when you are borderline atheist, or have a polytheistic view when it fits the need."—Sage Sweetwater ...
  • About My Newest Poem,  by Harry E Gilleland - 7/11/2015 6:17:58 AM
    The background for my writing my latest poem is given.
    I recently (9 July 2015) posted a new free-verse poem relating my version of the experience of Blacks in Old Dixie or the Deep South. It is based upon my reading of history, viewing documentaries on TV about the Old South and the Civil War period, and even my taking a history elective in Southern History while an undergraduate at the University of Georgia - Athens way back in 1964. I have alwa...
  • Chlorine and Jewelery: BEWARE! by Shawn Patrick Cormier - 7/11/2015 3:00:57 AM
    Facets of knowledge gleaned from being a third generation jeweler!
    Summer is fast approaching (or here already!), and many of you love to swim to beat the heat. But while you are soaking in the pool, your jewelry is taking a beating! In fact, wearing your jewelry in a chlorinated pool or hot tub can do more damage in one hour than several years worth of wear and tear. If your jewelry is 10 karat, 14 karat or 18 karat gold, it contains other metals such a...
  • Karen's Killer Book Bench Blog & Website by Karen Docter - 7/10/2015 10:28:13 AM
    Monday Author Interviews ~~ Tuesday Blog Tours & Specials ~~ Wednesday Karen's Killer Book Bench ~~ Thursday Blog Tours & Specials ~~ Friday Karen's
    Stop in week days at my website at for author interviews, spotlights, excerpts, giveaways and more! Or subscribe so everything comes directly to your Inbox. No muss, no fuss! If you're only interested in receiving my occasional author news, you can also subscribe to my mailing list. This is NOT a newsletter, just news about new releases and events. I won't SPAM your In...
  • My Short Stories Online by M Allman - 7/10/2015 6:28:05 AM
    I'd love to share some on my online publications.
     I have several online publications my you can read for free, and I'd love to share them with readers.  MicroHorror: I have two short horror stories here: The Crayon Box and Only the Best http: microhorror category author m-allman 'Unlocking Carol's Smile by Approximately Naive - 7/10/2015 6:14:03 AM
    Book's Facebook
    Launched a page for my book recently. Please visit and like. Thank you. https: CarolsSmile2015...
  • Why Do You Have Blotchy Skin by Leticia Vanderhoff - 7/8/2015 9:13:32 PM
    What should you do if you're faced with patchy skin? In the first place, why does your skin turn out to be like that? Find out what actually causes it. Maybe certain foods you consume are the culprit. Some soaps tend to make your skin blotchy too. Do you think there is a way to save your skin? You're lucky because I found one article that not only explains the causes of blotchy skin but how to fix...
  • Volunteers wanted by Mary Jo Nickum - 7/8/2015 5:57:03 PM
    Volunteer reader editors needed
    Be the first to read and edit new middle grade and young adult fiction by emerging authors. Must be able to use MSWord with the "Track Changes" and "Comment" features.If you have published books or magazine articles, that is also a plus. To volunteer, please respond to Mary at:
  • A Literary Classic - But About That Title by Derrick R Bickley - 7/8/2015 12:44:30 AM
    It's one of English Literature's great classics, but I do wonder about that title.
        In line with a promise I made to myself some time ago to read or re-read some of our great literary classics, I have just finished Sir Walter Scott’s Ivanhoe ...
  • Have You Ever Pitched Horseshoes? by John Rayburn - 7/7/2015 8:20:20 AM
    If so, it was probably at a family gathering or neighbors stopping by on a semi-social call. When you played, if you got a probably rare ringer it was almost time for a minor celebration. Many of us would probably even settle for an occasionally “leaner.” That’s why a guy I’m going to tell you about did some things with horseshoes that seem beyond the realm of accuracy. It ...
  • NIKON D3000 MANUAL,NIKON D3000 PDF USER MANUAL by Pearl Lopez - 7/6/2015 3:40:10 AM
    The Nikon D3000 has a LCD display on the rear end of the camera that helps one look into the screen and know about the photograph that they are to click. This display helps one to see clear images of
    Cameras are such devices that let one capture a moment for a lifetime and lets one store it according to their type of interest. There are several who print the photographs as a visual memory of the time that has passed by and that was captured by the camera. With the age of digitalization, it has become easy for one to store photographs that can be referred in the future. These photographs are...
  • Caught-Up by Shirley Woods - 7/5/2015 9:44:01 PM
    Some people in our society are caught-up in a maze of selfees fantasy, and a world of make believe.
    Hello, Looking at society from a Birds Eye View you can observe the masses of people held captive by selfees, face-book, different cell phone apps, mine craft, 5 nights at Freddies and the list continues. These electronic gadgets and mindless games are a way for us to escape to a world of Fantasy and Make Believe in order not to feel. Traveling through this Maze disguised as Courage,Love and...
  • Independence Day: Freedom is never Free by Barbara J Henry - 7/3/2015 10:50:50 AM
    Many lives were sacrificed for our freedom.
    Freedom is rarely free,and no matter what the challenge, a price is always paid for "freedom." Looking back on the history of this great country, we see that many lives were sacrificed for our liberty,and as long as we remember the sacrifices,celebrating,no matter what positive form it takes,pays homage to those who made the ultimate sacrifice. Freedom is never free,but as long ...
  • Tips on Critical Essay Writing by Vivien Smith - 7/2/2015 7:42:17 AM
    At some point during your scholastic career, and definitely more than once, you will be asked to write a critical essay. The latter document involves your evaluation of an assigned topic. The teacher will likely give you an essay prompt defining what it is you are expected to analyze. The paper may be on a work of art, an article, movie, or even a novel you’ve read in class. Whatever the case ...
  • On The Shrink NO DIET Weight Control by J. Ellen Andersen - 7/2/2015 6:22:59 AM
    Introducing where all things NO DIET weight control are blogged about. Topics include: Skinny Foods, Health Nutrition, Motivation, Inspiration, Weight Loss Drinks, Belly Fat, Fruits & Vegetables, Menopause, Weight Loss Myths, Comfort food, Fitness, Food Planning, Recipes, Vegetarian, Weight Loss Herbs, healthy living I'm a 30 year veter...
  • How Do I Sell More Books? by Lorraine M Harris - 7/1/2015 5:14:11 AM
    Have you contacted everyone who might buy your book?
    To sell more books you have to tell everyone about your books. Have you done that? Where do you find people who will buy your book(s)? Start with the obvious and then work outside the box. 1. Relatives --the obvious but they may not always buy--some will expect a free book. Jenkins's Journal: June 6, 1964 by Linda Riesenberg Fisler - 6/29/2015 6:16:11 AM
    This week as we lead up to the 4th of July, we follow our Southern gentleman and Vietnam Veteran, Senator Robert Jenkins. This week's installments will be from his journal written in 1964.
    We arrived, my team and I, at the Military Assistance Command Vietnam-Studies and Observation Group (I'll refer to this as MACV-SOG from now on. That's just too much to write.) two days ago. We were briefed on our mission. It's a rather complex reporting structure maybe because our assignments are classified and orders are to be received from the Pentagon or higher. We have just retur...
  • Customizing Your Résumé Is the Need of the Hour by Ray Holder - 6/29/2015 3:35:37 AM
    Want to make the most out of your resume to crack that job interview? Read these tips to customize your résumé for the right job.
    Applying for a job entails a lot more than meets the eye. It involves fashioning the perfect résumé, writing a formal-yet-appealing cover letter, doing a whole lot of research about a bunch of different employers and then finally sending out the applications. Each step in itself involves a lot of hard work and research on the part of the applicant. How well you do all these things...
  • Piracy by Frances Lynn - 6/28/2015 5:36:05 AM
    My novel "Frantic" has been pirated
    I suppose I should be flattered. I see my novel Frantic has been pirated. On one dodgy site, I was fascinated to wade through the mainly illiterate reviews. But one pirate going under the pseudonym of Avatar has given me my best review yet: “It's disgusting and painful to read, but impossible to stop.” Thank you Avatar, whoever you are. I wish that tablets belonging to pirate pig...
  • Name Your Crab by Lawrence Christopher - 6/28/2015 5:10:08 AM
    Name the crabs in your barrel of acquaintances, family and friends. Pincher crab: smokes, but is hardly if ever seen with a pack of cigarettes because they bum from you. They look for others to pay the change taxes on purchases. Puller crab: pay for what they want. Beg to pay for what they need. They know when you get paid. Grabber crab: accepts as much as you’re w...
  • My forth coming book “Immortal Legends of Incredible India” by Vanshika Kasturi - 6/28/2015 12:39:08 AM
    RELEASING ON 15th AUGUST 2015.......Friends it will be available at all leading online stores.
    Hello everyone. A new Book again! How exciting!! First of all, thank you for reading the flyer about the collection of somewhat personal explorations into history. Once you dive into these enthralling details, I hope, this book will fully reward you for your curiosity. The idea of this book is; admittedly, bring back the popular legends of our glorious nation in contact with. ...
  • How Ironic That Humourless Warmageddonists Will Not See The Irony by Ian R Thorpe - 6/27/2015 4:54:58 AM
    First do no harm is an aphorism we should all remember from time to time.
    I've lost count of how many times my blogs elewhere have highlighted the extraordinary consistency with which politicians and scientists working in concert manage to achieve the exact opposite of what they are aiming for. One might be tempted to think that the first step in proposing a scientific solution to any problem is to first understand what harm the unintended consequences of your solution ...
  • Blowin' up a Storm: The Second Chronicles of Bernie Butz by Carol S Fowler - 6/26/2015 11:21:19 AM
    Bernie is at it again. Check out the book profile. Available through in paperback of ebook....
  • Free! Three days only! by Todd Cheney - 6/24/2015 6:39:55 PM
    Get the bracelet now on Kindle!
    In this contemporary fantasy, Mike Alex, a small-town mechanic, has a problem. He's got a bracelet that can grant him any wish. He must discover how to use this power, but will he lose himself in the process? http: Bracelet-Todd-W-Cheney-ebook dp B002VWKF3M
  • Boundaries by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart - 6/24/2015 11:46:45 AM
    Everyone Should Guard Theirs
    I once found it very difficult to set boundaries. People trespassed on my emotional property at will. They left their filth and litter everywhere and I was the one forced to clean it up. I have learned through bitter experience that boundaries must be set or you will forever be cleaning up someone else's mess. They will dump whatever they choose on you then walk away without a ...
  • What in the word? by William Bonilla - 6/23/2015 6:03:40 AM
    What in the world? Are we becoming like the cities of Sodom & Gomorrah Genesis :19, a society of sin and corruption? Where no one Gives a rat's ass about other subjects nor current events That our infamous media has to focus on a freak not of nature But a self produced entity, masquerading as a woman showering it With millions of dollars in endorsements and covered by sh...
  • by Chandrani Warnasuriya - 6/22/2015 11:30:51 PM
    My peace education Blog is directed towards educating children in Peace Building. World Peace can only be achieved by making a start at the grassroots level of the child. "Child is the Father of man,"
  • Happy Belated Father's Day! by Sandra Hurst - 6/22/2015 6:57:08 PM
    On a religious standpoint, God did not create perfect fathers...
    For those fathers out there who think they didn't deserve a Father's Day wish from their children, you are not alone; you are not perfect and your children are not perfect and they should not expect a perfect father. Yes, many fathers, including mine, had made bad mistakes on their children. But these children will grow up or have grown into imperfect parents and will still expect their child...
  • Exploring the Opportunites of Coaching by La Shawn B. Kelley - 6/22/2015 6:08:14 PM
    I have made a commitment to obtain my certification in Professional Coaching. For the next six months I will be enrolled in the Federal Goverment Coaching Program. This is a natural career progression, as the essence of coaching is unlocking people's potential to maximize their own performance through awareness, responsibility, and self-belief. In doing so, a coach can help remove internal obstacl...
  • To Father: by Rea-Silvia Costin - 6/21/2015 1:33:03 AM
    All Reviews for " To Father: " Date Reviewer Review 6 20 2015 John Domino A wonderful tribute to your dad Rea! BRAVO! 6 20 2015 Jerry Bolton Very, very touching poetry, and the reason? It came right out of your heart. Very nice! ...
  • Five Lottery Facts You May Not Know by Hicks Crawford - 6/21/2015 12:19:07 AM
    The lottery is an exciting game of chance where odds make all the difference. By staying updated with all the newest information about local and national or international lotteries you can get a leg u
    Speaking of facts and tips here are some of our favorite facts that you may not know about lotteries!
  • Most of my eBooks for only $ .099 by Hank J. LeGrand - 6/20/2015 4:37:23 PM
    Also at a reduced rate will be my three holiday stories: Toboggan Wax Santa’s Merry, Mary Christmas Little Moe’s Christmas
    Most of my children’s eBook titles will be at a reduced rate of only $.99 (regular price $2.99). They are In the Amazon Countdown Deals program at Amazon. The reduced rate will be from June 23, 2015 until June 30, 2015. These eBooks are for read ages 6 11 and read aloud ages 4 and up. The Titles are listed below: Emma May’s Sandbox The Yellow, Yellow Airplane Under The Wishing Well...
  • Dolezal Not Qualified! by Edward w Saint-Ivan - 6/18/2015 12:34:26 PM
    No matter if Ms. Dolezal is black, white, or a hybrid she is not qualified to teach anything except applied art.
    The media is going wild over the racial overtones of a white pretending to be black {if you believe she did that} but they completely forgot another problem with Ms.Dolezal. She taught afro-American studies at Eastern Washington University without any advanced degree in that field. Not only does she lack a graduate degree specifically in afro-American Studies she lacks graduate work even clo...
  • How to Write Professional Term Paper by jack mr steve - 6/15/2015 9:56:05 PM
    In today’s era, the most common writing requirements for acquiring academic degree include acquisitio...
  • Do motor cycle helmets make a difference in safety? by David W. Page - 6/15/2015 9:24:10 AM
    Since the 1966 National Highway Safety Act was rescinded in 1976, motor cycle-related deaths have risen 25-46%.
    Ever wonder what the price might be of wind whispering through your hair going 70 mph or more on a Harley or other murder-cycles? They're also known as donor-cycles in medical circles. And no, I'm not against them. Well, maybe a little at 3 am when the motor roar awakes me (and I'm taken to task for a faulty muffler). More to the point is the price possibly unsuspecting motorcyclist don't realize ...
  • California Summer by D.L. Carroll - 6/14/2015 9:56:23 AM
    Summer Break
    We are taking a little break and enjoying the California Summer weather. Wishing y'all an adventurous summer vacation. ...
  • Update on Secrets of the Orient by Dyanne Davis - 6/14/2015 4:31:34 AM
    Just a quick update on where my new book is on, Secrets of the Orient. It's still on the HOT list. If you'd like to read an excerpt and vote for it to be published, you can do so by going to If you're on FB, it would be great if you would share. Thank you. Dyanne...
  • updates on status by Jeanne Buesser - 6/12/2015 3:46:01 AM
    Update on my status from Dr Mike Prov. Jeanne Buesser, has been a contributing member of the Coalition of Children's Book Authors and has sent her books to Tanzania Orphan Book Drive often. Therefore, as chair and president of the coalition, she has been promoted to Director of Parent Support. Congratulate her on her professional development and her unique ability to help parents not only...
  • Healthy Items To Eat For Breakfast For Quick Weight Loss by Romy Joseph - 6/11/2015 3:05:29 AM
    You can arrive at know if you're obese or no by determining Body Mass Index (BMI). You can determine BMI by multiplying your height in centimeters by itself and divide it by the weight in kilograms. I
    Most of all you must improve your diet plan. The meals you consume matters a whole lot. Keep a check on what you eat, switch to an eating plan which includes fat loss properties in them. Frequently, it is said by health experts that food products have certain vital elements which are discovered naturally that help you drop some weight. Foods with pectin, anti ox...
  • 33 new poems... by Z B McClure - 6/10/2015 11:10:31 AM
    Some thoughts on my new selection of poetry and a course on writing I am taking now. Wow! Have I learned an awful LOT! Here's a few tips:
    Hi! Hey, come right on in...I've been thinking about you. How have you been? Well, I've been taking a course offered by The Learning Company... That company that puts out courses on DVD or audio...University level teaching at a fraction of the cost... hey, the course I'm taking now is 24 class lectures each about 30 minutes long, by a world-class professor! Man alive, is t...
  • Apple Annie Small Is Special - 2015 Semifinalist! by Tom W Krueger - 6/10/2015 5:35:17 AM
    2015 Royal Palm Literary Award News
      We are happy to announce that our NEW book - Apple Annie Small is Special, has just been chosen as a semi-finalist for the 2015 Royal Palm Literary Award competition in the children's genre! Hoping to go to the finals! Get more news about our bo...
  • Where I've Been by Leslie P Garcia - 6/8/2015 8:18:05 PM
    Sometimes life takes us away. Sometimes it brings us back. I'm back.
    I haven't posted a blog here in forever. We all know how it happens--the best of intentions, life body slams us, and suddenly--we're away without explanation and sometimes, without excuse. My husband fell ill, my health fell apart, the administration at the school where I worked for the last 20 years changed, bringing enormous transformations--challenges all. But I could have sto...
  • Winged for Healing by Joyce White - 6/8/2015 11:31:57 AM
    Hi, my name is Joyce. My nickname is Winged. I have through the decade searched for joy and identity through creative self-expression. I personally believe being happily engaged in writing and art making is better than not; and secondly, living without depression, pain and anger is better than living with them. If you're doing something artful, and smiling, look out, you're probably having fun.
  • Why to Alkalize Your Body by Toni Okeson - 6/8/2015 7:13:54 AM
    Alkalizing your body isn’t a thing that we hear all the time. It’s a modern diet which will make your body nearly immune to some life threatening diseases like cancer and AI. The closer you are to a f
    Alkalizing your body isn’t a thing that we hear all the time. It’s a modern diet which will make your body nearly immune to some life threatening diseases like cancer and AI. The closer you are to a fully alkalized body, the better it is. It basically means to avoid the inclusion of acid based food in your diet such as tomatoes, potatoes and mushrooms. Alkalizing you...
  • Free Apps and Websites for College Students  by Stacy Green - 6/8/2015 4:36:59 AM
    The Internet can be your best helper when it comes to slogging through one more college year. The web always has the solution to all your questions concerning studying process. Here is a list of perfect recourses that can help college students to get the scholarship or internship and succeed in daily college routine. • Event Brite Event Brite is a perfect platform not just to p...
  • SPEED DATING  by Timothy J. Desmond - 6/3/2015 1:08:13 PM
    Link to Tierney James blog about other authors.
    This was posted on Facebook when I was tied up in skirmish with Yankees at Roaring Camp .... but Tierney James has me included on her site for #4 of group of other authors. Interesting..... check out Journeys, Treks and Daylilies at ... http: 2015 05 speed-dating-for-readers-4-life-is.html?m=1 Called Speed Dating for Readers #4 Life is a Cupc...
  • Politicians in the News by Monte R Anderson - 6/3/2015 4:46:54 AM
    The starting campaigns for politicians running for #president means open season for bloggers.
    According to US News and World Report, #NewJersey Governor #ChrisChristie said that he's against erecting a fence along the nearly 2,000 miles of U.S. border with #Mexico as a way to stop illegal immigrants from entering the country. He was attending an economic summit in #Florida hosted by Gov. #RickScott. Apparently, there's no truth to the rumor that he said just creating a traffic jam at the ...
  • The Snow by P. G. Shriver - 6/1/2015 3:37:30 AM
    A dream of snow...
    Last night, I couldn't sleep. I have those insomnia nights sometimes. Three good nights of sleep, then bam! No sleep. When I finally managed to doze off, I had the strangest dream. Texas weather had been frustratingly weird this Spring. There's been many floods, rain daily--until yesterday--and tornadoes, a standard feature of the Texas thunderstorm packages. The entire month of May we ...
  • Volume 2 of Throne of Olympus by Peter Jessop - 5/31/2015 5:51:25 PM
    Update on Volume 2
    Just want to let you know that The Throne of Olympus Volume 2 "Balance of Power" is now available online at Smashwords. I'm having trouble putting the link up on Authors den at the moment, hopefully that will be sorted out in the next 24 hours. But if you just go to Smashwords and type in the above title you will find it listed under adult content. Cheers...
  • I love it when a plan comes apart, I mean together. by Roger Lawrence - 5/30/2015 4:00:33 AM
    http: ...
  • Writing Tips from Authors & more by Cheryl Carpinello - 5/27/2015 9:35:11 AM
    Get first-hand tips from the childrens MG YA authors I've interviewed.
    See writers' tips and join us on the Kid Lit Blog Hop on Carpinello's Writing Pages. 2015 05 writing-tips-for-authors-and-kid-lit.html , ...
  • A 100th Blogpost and A 100th Birthday by Richard French - 5/25/2015 7:13:45 PM
    I wanted a good way to commemorate that this is my hundredth blogpost and found it when I discovered that if he were still alive, the actor, director, scriptwriter, and media personality Orson Welles would celebrate his hundredth birthday next Wednesday, May 6. Some years ago, I wrote a novel called The Opinionists partly about a film crew making a movie based on a theological controversy...
  • by Bryon Smith - 5/25/2015 6:27:17 AM
    Working on website this morning and it's looking good. Two more pages to go and that will be under control for awhile. Might add a few things latter but have a novel to finish and more novels to get into print. Must take wife out for anniversary lunch in a few so going to break for now and get going. Wishing everyone a GREAT day!...
  • Riding & Writing by Gina McKnight - 5/25/2015 4:41:16 AM
    Book Review: Author Paul Travers.
    Read my interview with author Paul Travers. http: 2015 05 paul-travers-author.html...
  • Coming Soon by David Toft - 5/23/2015 8:32:10 PM
    Just the last two scenes to rework, one final typo hunt, and Let There Be Light is good to go. ...
  • Nancy Thayer---The Jane Austen In You by Raymond Sturgis - 5/20/2015 7:56:31 AM
    New Book from NANCY THAYER that made me start reading about JANE AUSTEN. hER bOOK----THE JANE AUSTEN IN YOU
  • Take Another Look! by Thurman L Faison - 5/20/2015 7:19:59 AM
    What is the most significant thing about man. Here is a chance to take another look by obtaining "The Spirit of Man"- free! http: Spirit-Man-Thurman-Faison-ebook dp B00HS4ZL6E ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1392764143&sr=1-1&keywords=thurman+faison...
  • Great Marketing Ideas for Your Small Business by Maria Taylor - 5/17/2015 9:31:38 PM
    Find great marketing ideas for your newly started business from here.
    When starting up a new business, money isn't always something you are going to have a lo...

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