The Louvre. The one and only. One of the most-if not-the most renowned museum in the world. A ‘must see’ for every tourist visiting Paris.
Yes, it is magnificent, colossal and overwhelming. It is one of those museums where you stand in the center and breathlessly say where do I go first? What must I see this visit? For you cannot possibly see everything. The rush is on. And what a rush it is.
Set in the glorious Tuilerie gardens, the massive Romanesque structure beckons… Continue
Added by Margot Justes on March 22, 2009 at 11:01am —
I have decided that my weekend blogs will be about my home land, Across the Pond, this started with my last blog on how the Union Jack is made up of the three flags of St George, St Andrew and St Patrick.
So Happy Mothers Day, or rather… Happy Mothering Sunday.
Hang on the Americans are thinking.. Mothers Day is in May?
Well it is but that is because an American lady and… Continue
Added by Storyheart on March 22, 2009 at 10:53am —
Tuesday, March 24, author, Sandra Novack will visit Cynthia's Attic. I recently heard her speak at a library event, and was so impressed by her genuine love for her craft, her latest novel, Precious, and for the characters that grace the pages of this amazing book. Sandra Novack Bio:
I was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, in 1972. When I was little, my…Continue
Clifford’s story begins in a backyard puppy mill. It is a place where animals are bred and housed in appalling conditions for the sole purpose to make money. These are not breeders or trained animal handlers, these are people who see the opportunity to make money from breeding all types of animals. Some of these animals die, some suffer from…
from the author of
The Family In The Car
The Lord Is Not Your Husband
Lord yes, Lover no
Coming Spring, 2009!
Placed in human beings are the needs and desires necessary for reproduction. Along with these natural desires, comes personal gratification, as well as, pleasure. All of these are important to the continuance of the life cycle. Without them, humanity would become… Continue
"I was consumed by the stories and moved by how you wove scripture, prayer, and spiritual themes into the realities of our world." -- Corporate executive
"This book, Stories of the Street, is amazing. Steve Best has a different kind of courage or intestinal fortitude. I lived with people who went through similar stuff, but I did not experience first hand the raw intense stuff recorded in this book. I have utmost respect for those who volunteer to work with such tragedy and to… Continue
We often forget how creative and brilliant young children are. That is before we start to educate that creativity out of them. The Magical Adventures of Melie owes much of it's originality to my wonderful daughter Lexi. Lexi is now seven and she is responsible for most of the creativity behind the magic in the books. The fact is, that Lexi isn't afraid of making suggestions to enhance the story. She isn't afraid of 'being wrong' she isn't afraid that somebody will tell her not to be 'silly'.… Continue
Added by Bob on March 20, 2009 at 3:37pm —
Why Every Family Should Join Melie in her Magical Adventures
The Magical Adventures of Melie has redefined the nature of fantasy fiction by blending 21st century living and comforts with the richness, beauty and magic of a bygone age of wizards and fairies. Even more importantly, it will redefine the way we all enjoy snuggling down to a good read.
Melie’s adventures take her to places we’ve never seen before, mystical magical places where good must once again defeat the forces of… Continue
Added by Bob on March 20, 2009 at 3:35pm —
Have you ever gotten so frustrated with the crime that you see occurring in your neighborhood that you are tempted to take the law into your own hands? It could be small issues like teenagers who repeatedly leave rolls of toilet paper strung through the trees of elderly members in the community or drivers who carelessly throw trash out the window while driving down your… Continue
Every Monday night in Chat Lounge 1 on the Conference site in the
navigational links, between 7-8pm EST, there is an open Q&A forum.
Feel free to drop by, meet other writers, and post your own writing
Added by Lea Schizas on March 20, 2009 at 7:23am —
Here is my answer to a personal message I received on this network. The author asked how you interact with the readers of your previous book if your latest book is on a completely different topic. Again, here is my answer:
As for your question, you would be surprise on varied people's interests are. And if you have an audience for one book, at least 20 to 40% of that audience will probably be interested in your next book, no matter what the topic. (If the new book is… Continue
Added by John Kremer on March 19, 2009 at 11:30pm —