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Sweet William by Iain Maitland

The Militant Negro™

I cannot thank Diana Morgan at Ruth Killick Publicity enough for inviting me to be part of the launch celebrations for Sweet William by Iain Maitland and providing a copy of the book in return for …

Source: Sweet William by Iain Maitland

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Smorgasbord Afternoon Video – Interrogator discovers who stole the cookie!

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This is the funniest video I have seen for a while and I have my suspicions that their mom is a trainee law enforcement interrogator.. Brotherly love and Who stole the cookie.. Harley and Loa Alex Hutchinson 

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Feelings.

Sweta Ojha

sweta ojha quotes, quotes on feelings,

Above all,
Feelings sir, are testimonials on days meant to remind you that you’re stronger than you wish to be. 🙂

Thank you for reading.

Never let the words fall short! 🙂

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Friday Fun: Happy Thanksgiving!

ADD . . . and-so-much-more

Things that inspire GRATITUDE
heheheh!
(Let’s laugh the whole thing off)

© Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
from the Friday Funnies Series

Quick Intro before we get to the Funnies

Let me begin by wishing a sincere (though belated) Thanksgiving to all my Canadian friends who celebrate Thanksgiving on the second Monday of every October – no doubt because the harvest comes earlier „up there.“

I hope it was joyful —
and that you can all finally button your pants again.

Last year’s American Thanksgiving post started out sincerely and crept into funnies.  Although most of us somehow made it through the year since last November’s election here in the used-to-be-good ole‘ USA, I think we need a lot more humor to lift our spirits as we limp toward the New Year holding our collective breath.

So even if you’re rushing around hoping to be able…

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Smorgasborg Blog Magazine – Sally’s Book Reviews – Look the Other Way by Kristina Stanley.

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My review today is for  Look the Other Way by Kristina Stanley which was released in August this year.

About Look the Other Way

Submerged beneath the depths is a sea of secrets

A year after her Uncle Bobby mysteriously disappears in the turquoise waters surrounding the Bahamas, Shannon Payne joins her grieving aunt to trace Bobby’s last voyage. Shannon hopes the serenity of the sea might help her recover from a devastating breakup with her fiancé.

Sailing the 38-foot catamaran, A Dog’s Cat, is Captain Jake Hunter, a disillusioned cop who has sworn off women. While Shannon tries to resist her growing attraction to the rugged captain, she uncovers dark truths about her uncle’s death that might send them all to the depths.

My review of Look the Other Way.

A romantic thriller with some great twists and turns.

I am not a sailor but have enjoyed time on…

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Smorgasborg Blog Magazine – Sally’s Book Reviews – Look the Other Way by Kristina Stanley.

Smorgasbord - Variety is the spice of life

My review today is for  Look the Other Way by Kristina Stanley which was released in August this year.

About Look the Other Way

Submerged beneath the depths is a sea of secrets

A year after her Uncle Bobby mysteriously disappears in the turquoise waters surrounding the Bahamas, Shannon Payne joins her grieving aunt to trace Bobby’s last voyage. Shannon hopes the serenity of the sea might help her recover from a devastating breakup with her fiancé.

Sailing the 38-foot catamaran, A Dog’s Cat, is Captain Jake Hunter, a disillusioned cop who has sworn off women. While Shannon tries to resist her growing attraction to the rugged captain, she uncovers dark truths about her uncle’s death that might send them all to the depths.

My review of Look the Other Way.

A romantic thriller with some great twists and turns.

I am not a sailor but have enjoyed time on…

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#Three Line Tales: An Urban Fairy Tale

Jane Dougherty Writes

For Sonya’s Three Line Tales photo prompt.

photo by Scott Umstattd via Unsplash

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There was a concrete sink out the back, and it was full of pans, frying pans, stock pots, saucepans, soup pots, skillets and sauté pans, that the new owners had on the list for the house clearance company to take away, until a neighbour asked them to wait and watch.

Late in the evening, a steady stream of homeless people drifted silent as shadows into the yard, to take the cooking pots, and later, under cover of dark, to bring them back and wash them out in the old sink.

Instead of turning the yard into a garage, the new owners covered it over and created a neat, trim kitchen with a gas oven and hot water, and at night, they left the street door open.

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A Month with Yeats: Day Seventeen

Jane Dougherty Writes

I intended to choose lines that weren’t the most obvious, but it’s impossible not to pick something from ‚Aedh Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven‘.

‚The blue and the dim and the dark cloths
Of night and light and the half-light,‘ —W.B. Yeats

My poem (written this morning; I’m getting behind) is another almost-sonnet.

The stuff the sky is made of

I’d take the stuff the sky is made of,

Weave it through with spangled night,

Where stars and wisps of cloud are caught,

Embroider it with tangled light,

With threads of gold and palest rose.

I’d hang it round our shoulders both,

A mantle ’gainst the winter snows

And all the hurts the years will bring.

I’d line it with the softest down,

And all the songs that birds can sing,

With salt tang blown in from the sea,

The apple blossom scent of spring,

So these elusive dreams…

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Shadorma November: Day Seventeen

Jane Dougherty Writes

This is for Eliot’s Shadorma challenge

Old plum tree,

twisted by the wind,

bends beneath

feathered weight

of a flock of bold magpies—

piebald ornaments.

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