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In a world

where magic

is as only as magical

as the idea

that surrounds it,

He surrounded

us with it.

He laughed and

smiled… 122 more words


I don’t like this place. My writing has stopped ever since I came into this house, all art…halted. When will this eerie spirit leave, the poison he fed me exit my body…where are those voices that whisper through the night, dictating to me what I should write?…all gone, there is no light or spark, nothing to provoke, all creativity vanished with the wind; I must learn to manage, dig through the tumble of rocks, toil longer in labor, till the magic comes back, the magic won’t write by itself… 31 more words


Next Step Release

Hello, Readers!

Thank you all for returning. I have to say that the Malevolent Mind cover release went amazingly well. I had a lot of fun getting to know other authors and bloggers. 331 more words

Misty Harvey

Guest Post: The War on Science

Jennie invited me to write a couple of lines for her blog, I feel flattered and honoured, so here we go. Jennie and I “met” on Twitter over the #actuallivingscientists debate. 1,887 more words

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From Arid to a full belly

1940: Fresh Air and Dusted Britches — Last weekend Mr. Green asked Delma and me if we wanted to spend a night with him and his wife. 153 more words


3 Steps to Deeper Creativity (2 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Austin Wiggins

Founder & Owner of: Writing by Ender

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Books, Writing Writer and Author of the book  537 more words


Can the Tour de France help get more people out of their cars and on to bikes?

Re-posted from the Geography Lives blog

The Tour de France is one of the world’s sporting mega-events and its temporary colonisation of the roads of Sheffield will inevitably give cycling an unprecedented profile in the city. 41 more words