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  • Design  by Jack Christophe - 7/6/2015 11:05:20 AM
    The Film
    Our Animated Film opens in Las Vegas and we are getting closer to the animated street design. As a frequent visitor to Las Vegas, my goal was to re-create a modern looking street that would be home for our Spy....
  • Dating in Sicily by Lucille lucil95783@aol.com - 7/6/2015 8:05:44 AM
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    My parents, sister and I landed in Naples, ending our 33-day peaceful voyage from China and crashing into reality. I'll skim over that part, which I have included in my novel Journey from Shanghai. With no money and nowhere to go, we ended up on a train to Sicily, final destination Catania, in a bombed-out school. Our accommodations were a segment of a large room screened off by a ragged tarpaulin...
  • Can you figure out this brain teaser? by John A. Autero - 7/6/2015 8:10:54 AM
    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: www.authorsden.com visit viewwork.asp?id=66842 Question You have twelve wooden balls and a balance scale. All of the balls are physically the same size (about the size of billiard balls) but one of the balls is heavi...
  • Reflekshuns (06July) s by Tygo Lee - 7/6/2015 4:07:15 AM
    An inspirational DAILY POSTING for a happier and more peaceful life.
    REFLECTION (06 07 15) Tygo Lee ”All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players…” Wow, then I’m an actor. Maybe I’ll be famous! Rich and famous! Maybe, well…why am I acting? Do I need to act? Do I have to act? You know—different performances for different people I associate with. The different masks I put on. Can’t I simply…be me? Just me…a...
  • Ask Not by Dorien Grey - 7/6/2015 3:48:09 AM
    Questions can be dangerous things. They can easily disrupt the flow of one’s day and or one’s life. Questions can be like an endless row of upended dominoes: the answer to one can lead to the asking of another, just as looking up a word in the dictionary leads one to find, in the definition sought, another word worth looking up, and so on. It is much better never to ask questions on anything, and ...
  • NIKON D3000 MANUAL,NIKON D3000 PDF USER MANUAL by Pearl Lopez - 7/6/2015 3:40:10 AM
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    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...
  • New Travel Articles by John Herlihy - 7/6/2015 2:11:25 AM
    I am in the final stages of preparing a new travel book for publication, entitled Distant Islands and Sealight. With that in mind, I have posted several travel articles under "Stories" or "Articles" which will be a part of the new collection. One of these, entitled "Waiting for Elephants", recently posted on AuthorsDen, recounts the journey I took last winter, treking through the highlands of Sri ...
  • 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...
  • Publishing Journey: Online Interviews by Kristina Stanley - 7/5/2015 9:29:59 AM
    Sweat is pouring off my forehead. I thought writing a novel was the hard work, and it was, but who knew publishing the novel requires just as much effort. A different kind of effort, and a whole new set of skills, but still exhilarating and fun. I’m sure you’ve heard a wonderful part of writing includes meeting and connecting with people, and it’s true. Being interviewed is one more ...
  • Sunday evening by Carol M Tetlow - 7/5/2015 8:29:00 AM
    We cut the hay in the bottom paddock a few days ago when it was baking hot, the sun was beating down and the forecast kind. Sadly since then, we have had repeated downpours and storms so the cut grass is in a sorry state, though has been baled this afternoon - a veritable race against time as the black clouds came scudding across the sky. Hopefully we have enough to get us through the winter. ...
  • Buy Instagram Followers For Gaining Fame by Amir jahfar Ali - 7/5/2015 7:05:55 AM
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  • Disappearing by Michael D LeFevre - 7/5/2015 5:38:43 AM
    If you are wondering why I don't blog as often as I should, let me just clarify that 2015 could be the year where I disappear up my own rectum. Between, full time work, supply teaching, officiating American football, family and other projects, there isn't enough time in the day. ...
  • The Rider of the Black Horse by Will Clark - 7/4/2015 4:08:07 PM
    WHAT DID HE REALLY MEAN?
    I guess I have no choice; I just read something in Revelation that I can’t ignore, although I’m not sure it can be positively and accurately interpreted. It concerns the third horse of the Apocalypse, the rider of the black horse, and what happens when he went forth. This is a short version of the introduction of the black horse: The third beast, that had the face of a man, introduce...
  • Stars and Bars No More by Kit Kingdom - 7/4/2015 9:57:38 AM
    A humorous look at the craziness currently surrounding the Confederate flag
    When a band of twisted rebels clash with a pack of screaming liberals and such inspired people pleasers; it’s all bad, which brings us to what we have here. When I heard how the Confederate flag was taking the bum rap for a hate crime committed by a deranged kid who looked up to Florida super duper wanna-be trooper George Zimmerman and had read up on recent crime stats instead of Civil ...
  • Eva’s Byte #10: My Declaration of Independence on the Fourth by Eva Pasco - 7/4/2015 12:37:43 AM
    On the Fourth of July, aka Independence Day, Americans commemorate the adoption of the Declaration of Independence by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776. A benchmark document of historical significance defining the spirit of our country, it basically stated in many words that the thirteen original colonies formally severed ties with Great Britain in response to acts of tyranny. Here we are 2...
  • 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 ...
  • Pulling the Rebel Flag by David Ravenwood - 7/3/2015 8:05:20 AM
    Have we gone too far by yanking Dukes of Hazzard from the TV lineup? The Confederates flew the rebel flag during the Civil War. The south wanted slavery to continue. I can see why people today associate that flag with discrimination. Most people today agree that it's wrong to enslave a race of people so others can get rich off of their free and enforced labor. The antebellum south has ...
  • Only four months to go by Frank P Ryan - 7/2/2015 2:55:02 PM
    The final book in my epic fantasy series will be published in four months time.
    I began to think about it back in the late 1990s. I wrote a book, The Sundered World, which was like a prequel, and sold more than 10,000 copies. But I wasn't happy because I had wanted to start with the children and I was dissuaded to make it the adult Alan Duval returning to the world he had explored and adventured in as a teenager. People were outraged when I failed to continue the serie...
  • 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
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  • Needing A Thick Skin In This Family by Kage Alan - 7/2/2015 3:53:56 AM
    Ever have one of those days when you try reaching out to friends, only nobody was available to hear you vent? That was my Tuesday. And then there was the dream.
    Tuesday was a bit of a bizarre day. It ended with me dreaming I was in a pitch meeting for Top Gun 2. Yes, Top Gun 2. I was concerned the studio was just going to make some cheap, awful film with a crap storyline, bad actors, and zero direction. Why would I think that? Probably because there haven’t been many movie out lately that excite me. Like…at all. I continue to have zero interest in seeing ...
  • 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. It Was Decided Alphabetically by John Rayburn - 6/30/2015 12:45:22 PM
    I haven’t posted a blog in quite some time, due to more things than I’m going to tell you. Let’s just say it was busy, busy, busy and let it go at that, okay? With your approval, here is my termination of dereliction. At one time the capital of Dakota Territory was Yankton but in 1983 then-Governor Nehemiah Ordway changed that, with backing of his supporters. Yankton was in the so...
  • 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...
  • The Simmer Dim Of Shetland and TheThe Four Marys by Steve Kerr - 6/29/2015 2:23:46 AM
    As the long clear days of summer pass midsummer by,We are now nearer next Christmas than last years.I am reminded of the long days and light nights of the north of Scotland and the curious Summer nights in Shetland where there is no proper darkness only a dimming of light.It has a mystical feel to it and is a meeting point where both twilight and ...
  • A Girl Named Mary by Mary Jo Nickum - 6/28/2015 6:20:28 PM
    My New Title Coming Soon..."A Girl Named Mary" from World Castle Publishing...Mary, the mother of Jesus--historical fiction for middle grade and young adults.
    A Girl Named Mary tells the story of Mary, the Mother of Jesus as a young girl. Though she has a much older sister, she’s raised as an only child. Her cousin, Rebekka, is her closet friend and confidant. Together they grow and learn how to maneuver in a culture that is steeped in tradition. One that looks backward instead of forward for solutions to problems. Mary cares about others, helps the sic...
  • 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...
  • Sweetwater Building Mustang Scene Her Endurance Relaxed Effort by Sage Sweetwater - 6/28/2015 2:47:54 AM
    In the studio laying down scenes and the tom tom is configured to perfection in synch with scenes the recipe cards sending off karma beats.
    Catching spirit wind and horsehair celebrity DNA in a Sweetwater rendition of a Hollywood blockbuster. October and two months December's Child....
  • 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 Amazon.com in paperback of ebook....
  • Bill Crider, HALF IN LOVE WITH ARTFUL DEATH by Glen glenebisch@comcast.net - 6/26/2015 4:36:52 AM
    Most writers and editors will tell you that in order to have a good detective series you must have three things: an interesting protagonist, a memorable setting, and a good plot. All three of these are present in Crider’s Dan Rhodes mysteries. Rhodes is sheriff of a county in west Texas and his normal duties include a variety of crimes from dealing with animal complaints to solving murders. Th...
  • An alternative for my eBooks by Audrey Coatesworth - 6/24/2015 10:05:48 PM
    Downloading eBooks directly from website
    My books are all available on Amazon as Kindle eBooks - those were converted to mobi format for that purpose. I am determined to do another 'conversion' to ePub or PDF (not quite sure yet) to sell and download my eBooks directly via ejunkie on my websites- eg. www mybooksaudreycoatesworth.com Then they can be read from any PC or iPad (as far as I can understand). It will be a fa...
  • 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: www.amazon.com 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 ...
  • Fighting CPS by Deborah K. Frontiera - 6/24/2015 10:37:44 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)
    I found this online a while back (see posted date and credit following) Yet another example of endless injustice: Posted: May 07, 2015 3:06 PM DST Thursday, May 7, 2015 11:06 PM EDT Updated: May 07, 2015 3:06 PM DST MyFoxHouston - “Today is the last day I will ever see my daughter again,” said Anastasia Hernandez through tears. Hernandez's baby girl, Aaliyah...
  • Dad - Just Being Himself! by Edie M. Batstone - 6/23/2015 6:21:10 AM
    I spent Father's Day reflecting on the many roles that Dads have to play, and on the strengths that my own dad had that we still benefit from.
    Dad - Just being himself! Is that you Dad? As I sat here thinking about my dad, I suddenly heard, 'Ah, How's my little darling dumpling?' and a warmth filled my heart. This silly little nickname that our dad had given us girls, always made us smile and feel loved, no matter what antics we had been up to or how intense our squabbling; We were still ok - we all knew how much...
  • 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...
  • CHAPTER 7 - THE HIT-AND-RUN MAN by Derrick R Bickley - 6/23/2015 1:04:45 AM
    Tough, explosive action as a mega drugs deal takes off
    Tommy Morgan hated his one-room bedsit. Undoubtedly, it had been a fine, large bedroom for someone many years before, when the house would have almost certainly have been occupied by a family of fairly substantial means, but as a living room, bedroom and kitchen rolled into one, it served poorly. Rented as “furnished” accommodation, the furniture consisted of an old two-seater settee and armch...
  • http://promotepeaceandpeaceeducation.com 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,"
    http: promotepeaceandpeaceeducation.com...
  • 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
    Reviews
    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...
  • Interior Life by Ann K Frailey - 6/20/2015 8:56:04 AM
    "The soul that begins to have interior life appreciates the treasure it bears within its heart. Each day it will make a greater effort to deny admission into the mind of any image that prevents or hinders the soul's close contact with God." (In Conversation with God p. 313 par 3) The whole concept of an interior life intrigues me. I've read about saints with highly developed interior liv...
  • 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...
  • TODAY, PAYMENT IS DEFERRED by Richard G Stevens - 6/16/2015 10:55:39 PM
    On the 9th June I went to a book signing at Eklektos Bookshop in Elounda, Crete. It wasn’t to sign my book Harry the Louse, which is currently only available as an e-book. It was Kritsotopoula by Yvonne Payne, so it was her day anyway. It was great to chat with her, not least because both Harry volumes, the Louse and the Spouse should be available in paperback this year and I look forward to my ow...
  • The Perfect Writing Space by Ann Herrick - 6/16/2015 11:54:02 AM
    What *is* the perfect home office?
    Writers need a place to contact their muse. But what suits your needs? Some writers want a space that is as far removed as possible from activity in the rest of the home. They may even want their office in a totally separate space. A little cabin in the garden. A cozy loft over the garage. Others want to work in the home equivalent of Grand Central Station. They find stimula...
  • Madonna collectibles for sale by Tascha Lee Dresser - 6/16/2015 9:32:38 AM
    Dear Readers of this blog, I will make this brief. This is going to be an unusual blog entry, unlike the ones I wrote in the past. I have some Madonna memorabilia I would like to sell. Specifically I have five black and white stills from her music video "Vogue", four bio cards with different pictures of Madonna on the front and the same information on the back, brought back from the ...
  • 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 ...
  • Survey of Islam in NYT Book Audit  by anna annajay jay - 6/15/2015 2:21:40 AM
    which are customarily desensitized by the enchanting hallucination of certitude,
    The January 6, 2008 version of the New York Times Book Survey was given to "Islam," as the header for the release strikingly declares. The version intends to highlight probably the most significant verifiable, scholarly, political and philosophical issues advising contemporary talk around the point of Islam, as it is found in late writing. The push to reveal insight into such a critical subject is...
  • 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 kindlescout.amazon.com. 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...
  • Evolution by Stan I.S Law (aka Stanislaw Kapuscinski) - 6/10/2015 11:01:54 AM
    The Inner and the Outer
  • 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
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