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There are *a few* honest people who work for Amazon

Started by Roman Payne in Free Member Offers. Last reply by Nithin Purple yesterday. 5 Replies

Dear Members,Because there are *a few* good, honest souls who work for Amazon, I ended up reaching a decision with them to where we signed a peace treaty.To celebrate, I've relaunched the Kindle version of my novel The Wanderess on Amazon, and it is free to download today.   If you haven't read it already, go to …Continue

A cynic is one who is tired of being fooled

Started by WilQuote in Reflections on Life Jul 16. 0 Replies

. ...and I don't think that's a negative thing. You live and you learn.How do you perceive being a cynic is all about?Continue

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Please Read This & Answer 4 Little Questions...

Started by Roman Payne in Reflections on Life. Last reply by A. H. Jessup Jun 24. 7 Replies

Dearest Members, I have four little, tiny questions for you.  They are simple multiple choice questions, no need for you to type any answers.  I bet it will take you literally 40 seconds to complete the entire task.  It is for a travel / socialogical study and you'll remain completely anonymous:http://www.dailyliteraryquote.com/travel-survey.htmMy Deep Gratitude for Your Participation,RomanContinue

Lesbian reading corner

Started by Elizabeth Hodge in Literature Talk May 27. 0 Replies

Hi!I'm starting a discussion focused on lesbian fiction by lesbian writers. If you are interested in joining in, please feel free to join in. The main ground rule is that the homophobia must be checked at the door.Continue

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The Old Man -- A Story

Started by Arthur Telling in Reflections on Life. Last reply by Arthur Telling May 14. 2 Replies

In metaphysics, now is the point of power. In metaphysics, the present can change not just the future but the past too, and I've wondered about that: how can the present change the past?This last Thursday evening I had a flash of insight about this very idea, so I quickly sat down at my computer, figuring on writing a couple of short paragraphs so that I would not forget the inspiring thought.Beginning to write, I decided to start it as a story, and bring the moment of inspiration into the…Continue

Tags: spiritualism, occult, metaphysics, philosophy, Buddhism

New Star Author: Award-Winning Novelist, João Cerqueira

Started by ★ Author Groups in Literature Talk May 8. 0 Replies

Meet our 16th Star Author: a Portuguese novelist, author of seven books published in multiple languages.  His novel, The Tragedy of Fidel Castro has received multiple awards.  His reviewers call him everything from "talented" to "genius" to "the next bright star in literature."  His novels satirize modern society and use irony and humour to provoke reflection and controversy.  His name is…Continue

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So you think you're 'thin-skinned'?

Posted by Wilson B. Sanchez on July 23, 2014 at 7:00pm 0 Comments

Think you’re thin-skinned?

Don't know bout you... but I had to develop an 'extra layer of skin' for the 'beltings' I'd get from my old man...granted, I deserved each n' every one. I thank God I know that today ;) Thing is while I didn't realize it then, He was actually preparing me for the 'Belts' I'd take in…

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SOME FRESH HAIKU

Posted by Ram Krishna Singh on July 21, 2014 at 1:13pm 0 Comments

living again
fountain on the hill top--
divine light


ending
the night's long journey
her short story


wet bodies
of bathing women--
full moon night


foam-maned waves
rise in the mind's hush:
sinking dome


a vague smile
in moonless cave:
tempting silence


--R.K.SINGH

THE JOURNEY OF A MAN

Posted by Josag Femi on July 21, 2014 at 12:16pm 0 Comments



The journey of a man,

is the destiny of a man.



Walking all alone in his shoe of destiny,

while journeying faithfully to his destiny.



The journey of a…

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I have had many incredible emails, and reviews about my novel, The Fox. 253 on Amazon, 164 are five star reviews. I am incredibly honored.  Yesterday I responded to a friend request on GoodReads and …

Posted by Arlene Radasky on July 20, 2014 at 10:04pm 0 Comments

I have had many incredible emails, and reviews about my novel, The Fox. 253 on Amazon, 164 are five star reviews. I am incredibly honored. 

Yesterday I responded to a friend request on GoodReads and today received this response about my novel, The Fox.

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Arlene,

You have received a new message on Goodreads!

Cinzia said,

Dear Arlene, I really wish to thank you for the friend request. Small things are the ones that matter the most! I'm really happy and…

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I have had many incredible emails, and reviews about my novel, The Fox. 253 on Amazon, 164 are five star reviews. I am incredibly honored. Yesterday I responded to a friend request on GoodReads and today received this response about my novel, The Fox.++++Arlene,You have received a new message on Goodreads!Cinzia said,Dear Arlene, I really wish to thank you for the friend request. Small things are the ones that matter the most! I'm really happy and grateful. I am a Literature student from Italy, and an English history/folklore enthusiast. I found your wonderful book while browsing for interesting e-books about Ancient cultures of England and I really fell in love with it. Therefore, I want to thank you again, this time for a nobler reason: I believe that books like yours can be liquor for the soul. Not only you offered a portrait of a pure and deep love.. you also showed that it can be everlasting! I like to believe it helped me become a better person. Hoping you will read this... I…See More
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