That miserable opportunist of an emotion always lurking about. How to put it in its' place and rob of its' power! It has worked for me, many times.
in GreenOgress, the Best of — Elaine M. Mullen
Mastering Twitter (not only) for Authors. Part III — Growth
by Dmitry Selemir
An updated and expanded edition of the Twitter guide written just over a year ago. A collection of observations, tools and strategies, which were the main drivers behind both the growth of Scriggler's Twitter presence and the growth of Scriggler itself. Part III.
BEING IN LOVE
by Cary Gregory
a brief and thought-provoking look into understanding love
22.01.2015 Publication of the day
in Scriggler competition winners and 1 other club
The Pebble #23
by Mark Scheel
Does art imitate life or life imitate art--a poem explores that question.
09.04.2015 Publication of the day
Two sub-chapters, "Moving to Saltillo," and "Sisters."
by Teresa McLaughlin (Teresa Ann McLaughlin)
In "Moving to Saltillo," Jerry brings movers to Batresh's new house, and he meets Namazu. In "Sisters" we learn more about Namazu's history.
I Never Write About Vampires
by Sandra and Spencer Woodiwiss (SKW)
A short story for a friend — who loves vampires
I think we've become consumed - pardon the pun
03.08.2015 Publication of the day
in 1000+ Club and 1 other club
by Regina Elizabeth Newton-Verhaagen
A poem about the world that few remember to actually see.
poems by regina newton/
01.03.2014 Publication of the day
in The 300 Club
Author of the month for Jan 14
My money plant speaks
by Wini B. Solomons
How else can I describe the rush of joy I feel when it greets me in the evenings.I return from work and tiredly climb up the flight of stairs and there it is! Creating happy ripples among itself and dancing in the breeze-
rush of joy/
live and let live/