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15 Tips for Writing Poetry — A Writer’s Path #reblog

Poetry is not something I’m good at writing, so I enjoy it vicariously through online friends like this amazing poem by Diana over at Myths of the Mirror or Andrew’s (at Andrew’s View of the Week) poem about the River. I’ve been following them for several years and always find their poetry startlingly personal, quick […]15… Continue reading 15 Tips for Writing Poetry — A Writer’s Path #reblog

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#BookReview: Tequila Rose Virginity Blues, Wendy Jayne

TEQUILA ROSE VIRGINITY BLUESby Wendy Jayne The Facts... Tequila Rose may have met the man of her dreams. Unfortunately, she wakes up suffering from alcoholic amnesia and doesn’t remember anything about the night before. Tall, dark, and Jack may be the cure her jaded heart desperately needs, but Tequila’s wary as friends warn her that… Continue reading #BookReview: Tequila Rose Virginity Blues, Wendy Jayne

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From the Spark to a Published Work #writingcommunity #indieauthor

When writing is such a natural thing for you, it’s easy to forget that it’s not that way for everyone. A lot of what we do just doesn’t make sense to others. I mean, think about it. We take a single idea, an inkling of inspiration, and turn it into a work of art. We… Continue reading From the Spark to a Published Work #writingcommunity #indieauthor

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Friday the 13th, a new meaning — Lore & Curiosities

Friday the 13th is associated with being bad and unlucky. There’s this negative vibe that surrounds it. To some, it’s probably a good thing that there are only a few of these a year. I’ve always felt differently. 13 is my favorite number. I’m not really sure why, but that’s just been my thing. I […]Friday… Continue reading Friday the 13th, a new meaning — Lore & Curiosities