Rea: (The Shamar Series) (Volume 2)

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01N4VOZDL/ref=ya_aw_dod_pi?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I give this Webern #fantasy #book 10 out of 10 stars.i do not usually say this about seek quells but this was even better than the first.

Loved we finely saw the #snakes. Sorry I cannot remember their name let alone spell it. I liked them but was disappointed that need #blood. This makes it #vampires verses #wherewolves.

Love what hapons to our lovey #vet. Sorry cannot say more spoilers.

Cannot wate for the next one. Would recommend to anyone over 18.

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Every Wind

O at the Edges

Every Wind

Every wind loses itself,
no matter where

it starts. I want
a little piece of you.

No.

I want your atmosphere
bundled in a small rice paper packet
and labeled with strings of new rain
and stepping stones.

I want
the grace of silence
blowing in through the cracked
window, disturbing only
the shadows.

Everywhere I go, bits of me linger,
searching for you.

Grief ages one thread at a time,

lurking like an odor
among the lost
things,

or your breath,
still out there,

drifting.


“Every Wind” first appeared in The Lake in July 2016.

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A Huge Welcome for #RRBC Spotlight Author ~ RHANI D’CHAE!

Jan Hawke INKorporated

Today it’s my very great pleasure to host wonderful author, Rhani D’Chae, during her Spotlight Author month on #Rave Reviews Book ClubAnd, without further ado, let’s hear from Rhani herself!

The DrillSeries

rhani-bcShadow of the Drill came after a friend gave me a (bad) idea for a character’s name that developed into an idea for a book about an unrepentant enforcer by the name of Decker, who is known on the streets as the Drill. I wrote the book fairly quickly, and self-published it using PageMaker and my home computer. I sold the books online for a short period of time and then I read one. And I was forced to admit that my wonderful book was crap. It was crap with potential but…it was still crap. At that point I stopped selling Shadow and gave it an extensive rewrite that resulted in a novel that…

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Margie's Creations

I don’t deal well with frustration. I only have a few emotional enemies, and that is at the very top of the list. Not many things can reduce me to a fussy pole of unproductivity quite like frustration.

Being a visually disabled writer is interesting, to say the least. I used to do pretty well in the typing department, doing upwards of 60 wpm. I enjoyed typing, and could get my thoughts on the page pretty quickly once I had figured out what those thoughts would be. Writing was fun, and I just knew the the next Great American Novel was only a few quick keystrokes away.

But then I was diagnosed with diabetic retinopathy, and for my vision, it was all downhill from there . My 20-40 vision went into the triple digits, and then started fading altogether. Later on, I developed glaucoma and ischermia, neither of which I…

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Author spotlight; I eat chocolate and I throw things.

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Friday JohnKu – AKA – TGIF

Fiction Favorites

TGIFAnother week has flown by. Well, at least it seems that way. I am sitting on the lower patio writing this post and I have to say the weather is perfect. Beautiful sky and temperature in the 70’s. The pups are having their sun bath and all is right with the world. I decided to post a picture of them relaxing instead of the usual Friday TGIF meme. Speaking of Friday this week’s JohnKu is all about enjoying the time we have been given. I hope you have a great weekend.

Enjoy by John W. Howell © 2017

Sunny day today,

Nary a cloud in the sky. . .

What is not to love.

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