some people with exceptional taste and what’s to be found on their blogs (1/31/18)
Tish has moved to her own dot com, where you will find more installments of Trust Your Gut: Tish’s Story
#Fairies, #Myths, & #Magic 2018 Author Spotlight Guest Post: “Annie’s Story, Blessed With a Gift,” by Deborah A. Bowman
I Live in Mississippi
THE DANGERS OF DIET DRINKS – TRIPLE YOUR RISK OF STROKE AND DEMENTIA
…A diverse group… I’m honored to have each and all of you choose to include my site in your reader!
follower love all the way!
The subtitle of simple Ula, the blog of my most recent follower (a Polish girl living in Canada), reads, “I want to be rich. Rich in love, rich in health, rich in laughter, rich in adventure and rich in knowledge. You?” I do! Speaking of “I do” – Ula is recently wed (congrats!), which is what her featured post is about. Other recent posts detail health advantages of golfing and great memories of 2017, as well as this great post on turning your life around.
DOUGLAS WILLIAM THURSTAN SMITH is a creative writing blog. With a BA in Creative Writing, Sociology & Philosophy, he says, “Fantasy is… my passion… but I also write fiction and poetry.” In today’s post, Tuesday Discussion, the Australia-based writer asks this: “Hardcovers or Paperbacks? And why?”
Frank’s WordPress address redirects to his own dot com, where he greets visitors thus: “If you love haiku, tanka, haibun and assorted styles of free verse poetry, you have found the website you have been looking for.” Navigating his site can be tricky, but is well worth the effort. Among the latest posts upon my most recent visit were Peace Within Day 1 and Moon Cry. I enjoy visiting Frank and you might too. Pro tip: start here.
57-yr-old Dale blogs at future daze about “opinion, music, top ten, punk, culture, literature, poetry, member berries”… His last few posts have been TOP TEN PUNK MOMENTS IN HISTORY,PANDORA’S BOX OPENED (a poem about change and hope, followed by the playlist of a supreme love mixtape), & LAST (STRAW), a snippet from his novel.
What is SSL?
SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer.
It is a special communication protocol that protects the information being transmitted across the web. It creates a secure connection between a person’s web browser and the server of the company they are interacting with, so all communication between the two is kept private and secure, safe from eavesdropping, and cannot be stolen or changed in transit.
All the information that is passed through this secure connection is encrypted before being sent, and decrypted only when received on the other end.
Nectar of Life is a gourmet organic coffee roaster that ONLY roasts certified organic and Fair Trade coffees. We FRESH ROAST all coffees after the order is placed, and we ONLY roast gourmet Arabica coffees.
Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo is the stomping ground of a writer and painter living in the south of England. In Sue’s bio, she reminds us, “It is not the path that one walks that matters, but how one chooses to walk it.” And I like how Sue walks hers. Her last couple of posts are an author guest post and a short piece from another writer’s blog (Everything and Nothing) written to Sue’s excellent #writephoto prompt.
Authors have a reputation for being *cough* slightly introverted. The other thing we’re known for? A little thing called Impostor Syndrome. “Impostor syndrome refers to the feelings of fraud and self-doubt often experienced by high-level achieving individuals.”
What is a Sidlak Poem?
Sidlak Poetry is a structured poetry consisting of five lines with 3-5-7-9 syllables and a color. The last line must be a color that describes the whole poem or the feeling of the writer.