Colleen’s 2018 #Book #Reviews – “The Magician’s Blood: A Paranormal Romance (The Great Dagmaru Book 2),” by Author, Linda G. Hill

Title: The Magician's Blood: A Paranormal Romance (The Great Dagmaru, Book 2) Amazon Author Page: Linda G. Hill Publication Date: August 10, 2018, AVAILABLE FOR PREORDER NOW Formats: Paperback & Kindle Genres: Paranormal Fiction, Romance, Erotica, Fantasy, Demons & Devils, Magical Realism, Mystery & Suspense Goodreads Amazon.com LINK IN THE AUTHOR’S WORDS: "Award-winning author Linda G. Hill brings you … Continue reading Colleen’s 2018 #Book #Reviews – “The Magician’s Blood: A Paranormal Romance (The Great Dagmaru Book 2),” by Author, Linda G. Hill

What is #MondayBlogs and Why Should Bloggers Participate?

**NOTE** Share ANY post except book promotion! Are you a blogger looking to get more traffic? Participate in #MondayBlogs! Created by Rachel Thompson, see how it works here! Source: What is #MondayBlogs and Why Should Bloggers Participate?

Colleen’s Weekly #Tanka Tuesday #Poetry Challenge No. 95, “Happy & Morose,” #SynonymsOnly

WELCOME TO TANKA TUESDAY! Hi! I’m glad to see you here. Are you ready to write some poetry? HERE’S THE CATCH: You can’t use the prompt words! SYNONYMS ONLY! I hope you will support the other poets with visits to blogs and leaving comments. Sharing each other’s work on social media is always nice too. Opportunities for … Continue reading Colleen’s Weekly #Tanka Tuesday #Poetry Challenge No. 95, “Happy & Morose,” #SynonymsOnly

Colleen’s #Tanka Tuesday #Poetry Challenge, “Belief & Strange,” No. 94 Recap, #SynonymsOnly

Welcome to the Tanka Tuesday Poetry Recap featuring the work of poets from around the globe. If you would like to participate in this challenge, you can learn the rules on the menu item called Colleen’s Weekly Tanka Tuesday Guidelines. Each week, I like to highlight a poet who I call the Poet of the Week, … Continue reading Colleen’s #Tanka Tuesday #Poetry Challenge, “Belief & Strange,” No. 94 Recap, #SynonymsOnly

End of Summer POETRY CONTEST

Have you been looking for a poetry contest? Kayla Ann will fix you up! Join in! This could be great fun! ❤

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Hello Everyone, it’s time to do this again!

Are you a poet? Do you enjoy writing poems until your heart is sore or until it soars?

I’ve held a poetry contest once before and I absolutely adored it! It was a blast and I got to meet tons of amazing poets and bloggers. For my current followers, you may have noticed an influx of poetry appearing on my own blog lately. What can I say, it’s simply flowing out of me! Anyhow, I am so excited to hold an “End of Summer Poetry Contest.” Unlike my first Poetry Contest, this contest is themed!

*Please be sure to read all of the rules, otherwise your poem may not be eligible!*

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Rules:

  • To be eligible for this competition you must be subscribed to my page (i.e. following and receiving emails.) Not subscribed yet? No worries! Go to my home screen…

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“The Suitcase,” Flash Fiction

July 26, 2018, Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story about what happens next to a stranded suitcase. Go where the prompt leads you, but consider the different perspectives you can take to tell the tale. Respond by July 31, 2018. The Suitcase The suitcase lay in … Continue reading “The Suitcase,” Flash Fiction

The Unspoken Communication Between a Writer & Their Draft Novel #AmWriting #Writer #Writing

Lucy Mitchell shares some “writing” symptoms writers experience with a draft manuscript. Sound familiar? LOL! Enjoy! ❤

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I have been itching to cover this important and thought-provoking subject for a while.

To the non-writer a draft novel is just a folder stuffed with paper. They don’t see it as a living thing. If you asked them whether a draft novel was capable of communicating with a human, the non-writer would probably laugh, roll their eyes or frown before asking whether you had been in the sun for too long.

To the writer their draft novel is a living thing. It communicates with them regularly, even when they are trying to avoid it. A draft novel senses when the writer is ready to write and it knows when the writer is actively trying to avoid it.

Once you start delving into this strange phenomenon of unspoken communication you will see why a writer’s life is so exhausting.

With so much unspoken communication going on between you and your draft…

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“Blood Moon Rising,” A Tanka

For my Weekly Poetry Challenge this week, I wrote a Tanka poem about the blood moon eclipse which will take place tomorrow, July 27th, 2018. I used "wisdom," for beliefs, and "odd" for strange. There has been some speculation about this particular celestial event, as it is the longest eclipse, lasting in excess of six … Continue reading “Blood Moon Rising,” A Tanka

11 Literary Journals that Accept Prose Poetry/Authors Publish.com

This is a share from the Authors Publish.com newsletter: 11 Literary Journals that Accept Prose Poetry Written by A Guest Author for Authors Publish.com | July 26, 2018 – By Stephanie Katz Prose poetry blurs the lines between genres by looking like prose, but sounding like poetry. While there is no set structure for the prose … Continue reading 11 Literary Journals that Accept Prose Poetry/Authors Publish.com

Colleen’s 2018 #Book #Reviews – “Soul Swallowers,” by Author, D. Wallace Peach

Title: Soul Swallowers, The Shattered Sea, Book One Amazon Author Page: D. Wallace Peach Publication Date: June 30, 2018 Formats: Paperback & Kindle Genres: Fantasy, New Adult & College, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Romantic Goodreads https://read.amazon.com/kp/card?asin=B07DKV4FGJ&preview=inline&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_4ZpsBb5NXFJY3 IN THE AUTHOR’S WORDS: "When swallowed, some souls gift insights, wisdom, a path to understanding. Others unleash power, proficiency with a sword, and … Continue reading Colleen’s 2018 #Book #Reviews – “Soul Swallowers,” by Author, D. Wallace Peach