Top 10 Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. Follow the link if you’re interested in participating. This weeks topic is a movie freebie so I’m going to be doing my Top 10 favourite movies of all time. 1.The Breakfast Club I am a huge fan of this 80s movie. […]
WEEK 1 Monday August 15 – Manchester United & Hull City (2/2) WEEK 2 Friday August 19 – Manchester United 3/3 WEEK 3 (Sat 08/27-Sun 08/28) Please refer to the schedule on Google for your local match time by typing Premier League Schedule. Pick #1 – Zlatan Ibrahimović to score anytime Pick #2 – Liverpool to […]
High skies and a light breeze. An oak holds its breath, while a tree creeper sweep the deep furrows. Church bells in the distance blends, with a bullfinch’s cautious call. I take a deep breath, enjoying the fresh air mixed with the delicate fragrance of sorrel. A slight breeze awakens the oak, the tree creeper disappears […]
Pictured here is an Indonesian writer and blogger (at Beradadisini), Hanny Kusumawati. She was photographed on a GoPro Enroute to Kanawa Island in Komodo National Park, Flores, Indonesia. Thankful to Wonderful Indonesia and the Indonesian Ministry of Tourism for a great opportunity to see Indonesia. Join me on Instagram!
Pictured here is a South Korean travel blogger (at Runaway Juno), Jiyeon Juno Kim. She was photographed on a GoPro while snorkelling at Pink Beach in Indonesia. Thankful to Wonderful Indonesia and the Indonesian Ministry of Tourism for a great opportunity to see Indonesia. Join me on Instagram!
Author and speaker Charles Eisenstein publishes thought-provoking essays on politics, current events, international issues, science, the environment, and more.
I am always amazed at how much there is to see, do, learn, and read. I can never have too many books to read on food culture and history, recipes, botany, sustainable living, vegetables, brewing, fermentation, and creativity.
A Reminder from Russell Phillips on the Self Publishing Advice Centre site: If you’ve ever lost a piece of work thanks to a computer problem, you need to read indie author Russell Phillips’ simple back-up strategy that will help any self-published writer banish that particular nightmare. The cautionary tale with which he kicks off his […]
“If there’s something contradictory about being a white supremacist and loving America, the people who chanted U-S-A while Donald Trump insulted Muslims and Mexicans haven’t gotten that memo.”
As a writer, I have often been asked whether my characters are inspired by real-life people. My answer is generally negative. Of course, I use my world knowledge and personal experience when I write a book, and this includes observations of other people’s behaviors, reactions and opinions. I may even literally quote some non-standard phrases […]