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Viewpoint: Friday, Thirteen November 2015

A Civil War founded upon religious beliefs and how people should live has spread itself to the European Continent. What happened in Paris, France, was a battle, and an act of war carried out by the Islamic State. That we refused to take the declaration of war seriously in 2014 has resulted in the mass, …

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Poem by an Unknown Soldier Written During WWII

Originally posted on Sarah's Bookshelf:
Today’s post is a little different. As Rememberance Sunday, I thought I should post something topical, something that will allow us to remember those who died, and what they fought for.? _________________________ Stay with me God, the night is dark! The night is cold; my little spark Of courage…

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Monday Funnies with AUNTY ACID…

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Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
patgarcia:Morning Everyone, Aunty Acid is at it again. I love her wisdom on dealing with the obstacles of life, especially when you’re thrown a curve ball. So whatever life throws at you today, duck so it hits someone else. You don’t have to stand there and take it. You don’t have to start your week …

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The Seventy-Nine-Words Story Challenge

  Hello Everyone, I don’t know when it happen, but I remember reading the MONDAY FUNNIES, one morning and bursting out with laughter. I was hooked on the funnies. Laughter is not typical for me before eleven a.m. If you ask the people very close to me, they will tell you, Pat is usually unapproachable …

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… dreams …

Originally posted on Course of Mirrors:
Photos by Ashen I used to host regular dream groups. We did not so much set out to analyse our dreams, but we played with them by engaging with their images, characters and objects. Sometimes we enacted scenes to widen associations and deepen our insights. While there is some…

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… what is your bliss? …

Originally posted on Course of Mirrors:
My moments of bliss come out of the blue, when I glimpse something moving in a certain way, in a certain light, not ordinary light, but a mysterious light that shines through nature. Like the day after the sky was veiled by thick curtains of rain and next morning…

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Its, A Mother’s Day Poem

Mouths starved.

Necks choked.

Shoulders bruised.

Torsos kicked.

These its,

These puny its have no voices.

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My Viewpoint on Easter

Some people call him a harlot’s son; one of his grandmothers was a prostitute. Others say he wasn’t really completely Jewish; the Moabite tainted his bloodline. Who was this man that respected man’s will to choose; that reached out to the brokenhearted and healed the sick? What could have possessed him to be mocked, scorned, …

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Repression, A Commentary

Any time a country allows people entrance beyond their borders, ideologies clash. Afraid of the new culture surrounding them, the ideologies embedded in the immigrant’s mind make him fear, and his fear turns to disdainfulness. He segregates himself into a group like himself and begins to idolize what he has left behind in his homeland. …

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We enslave ourselves to traditions and become tragic victims of discontent. Our hearts yearn for a return to hope, a normalcy that we smother beneath our desires as we hurry along, Buying, Buying, And more buying, Under the deception of preparing for the Christmas feast of hope. We seek hope, in ourselves, in our politicians, …

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Sarah's Bookshelf

Books are the mirrors of the soul.

amelia bishop

By all outward appearances, a completely normal person!

While You Were Awake

While you were awake is about the mystery of a young girls's murder. The story follows the investigation of two police detectives and the secrets that are unearthed as a consequence. Note: This is purely fiction

Michael's Origins

Sherlock unlocking the past


The Wonderful World of Writing!

Mondo di Corpo

Words, Art and Performance.


World through my lens

Hugh's Views & News

A Man with Dyslexia writing about this and that and everything else!

Notes Tied On The Sagebrush

Writing About Life

The Bottom of a Bottle

Trust me, I've been there, I've looked, I've searched and I know now, that there are no answers to be found in the bottom of a bottle or on the edge of a blade! Fighting Hard, Recovering, Rebuilding, REBORN. Moving on from addiction to a new life.

The sea and me

Dr. K. A. Acharya

Vix stories

Exploring Fiction Writing

Ajoobacats Blog

Book Recommendations Not A Blow-By-Blow For Readers On The Go

Lynette Noni

Embrace The Wonder

Making Believe

A fantasy author's take on Reality

Study. Read. Write.

Studying, blogging, reading and writing with a large cup of coffee nearby

The ToiBox of Words

A look inside the mind of a writer who loves comic books, vinyl records, chocolate, and a good film.

My Antimatter Life

Nissa Annakindt

Megan Morgan

Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance, and Erotica--fiction that's scary sexy!


Jacqui Murray's

Nadine Feldman, Author

...celebrating strong female characters and whatever else strikes my fancy

My Miracle Life

Brought on by a Stroke of Luck...

A Woman's Wisdom - The Book Blog For Lovers Of The Written Word

A place to discover fabulous storytellers plus book reviews, author interviews, articles and humour.

Jens Thoughts

Writing, Reading and Life

Facing 50 with humour.

"He who laughs...lasts."

Natasha Orme

Writer, Reader & Lover of Words

Eclectic Alli

A bit of this, a bit of that, the meandering thoughts of a dreamer.

Romance Under Fire

Feather Stone, Author of Suspense & Romance

Byrdwords' Blog

Hopefully a good read of good old-fashioned stories. Enjoy.


Esther Newton - Writer and Tutor


The Rough Draft

Author Silver Rain

Where Romance Never Sleeps


Just another WordPress.com site

dSavannah Rambles

plays well with words

The Open Jar

mindfully filled


Thoughts, ideas, photos, and stories.


Songwriter and Sound Engineer

On Books and Writing

Book Reviews by Pat Garcia

Book Reviews & Book Recommendations

Stepheny Forgue Houghtlin

"If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need." Cicero


Following my Writing Dream

Power Plant Men

True Power Plant Stories

Life's Little Surprises

A look at the little surprises that show up in our lives.

April Bradley

“Let your fiction grow out of the land beneath your feet.” ― Willa Cather

Juggling Writer

Living life through words and balls.

freeze frame fiction

for flights of flash fiction fancy

Course of Mirrors

the phenomenon of reflection




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