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Roses of Song and Myth: the Love Lie

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The rose is not flattery, nor flattered can she be.

Her colors never brighten so with admiration.

Her white is white and pink is pink regardless. 311 more words


My Morning Typical

So, instead of using the time to write like I always wish I had upon realizing that the morning has passed, I usually spend my mornings reading stuff off the web. 565 more words


Book Review: My Father's Wives by Mike Greenberg

Author: Mike Greenberg
Title: My Father’s Wives
Genre: Literary
Publication Date: January 20, 2015
Publisher: William Morrow (HarperCollins)
Number of Pages… 426 more words

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Memory Man by David Baldacci

The very talented and prolific David Baldacci is back with a brand new protagonist, Amos Decker, a man who due to a freaky football injury can never forget anything. 41 more words


Piano from a 4th Storey Window

Lawrence Fyre is a flamboyant optimist, running a book shop in the Lanes in Brighton called “Sargasso Sea.”  Marin Strang, a shy but self-composed teacher of Spanish, was brought up as a Jehovah’s Witness but now she appears to be running away, not just from her father but also from life itself, as she flits from one temporary job to another.  307 more words

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#CoverLove Cover Reveal: Things Mysterious by Matthew Chabin #Romance #Mortality #Literary

I’ve got a new cover to share with you all from the next Roane Publishing release, THINGS MYSTERIOUS by Matthew Chabin. This is another of my own cover designs and as I mentioned to someone the other day, I am getting better at them as time goes on. 385 more words

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