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Ask Women

I am writing a new story but I have the main person a woman and I think it is in the third person. I would like to ask different women question about if this happens to them type of question what would the do or If you saw this what would you do and maybe get feed back so I can make my story as real as I can as in the way people would think or do.

If you would like to know a little more of the story I just started let me know and if you would like to answer some question from time to time let me know and we can talk maybe on facebook or somewhere like that.

I will share this with you the story started about the same time as the eclipse that we had a few weeks ago.

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Roadside

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Friendship comes from the most unlikely places in Roadside by Angie Dokos, but when one friend starts to have feelings for the other, will their relationship be damaged, even after all that they have been through?

Zayne and his dad find poor, lifeless Serena on the side of the road, and Zayne doesn’t want to leave her side until he finds out if she is okay. They take her to the hospital and eventually she becomes better, and Serena is more than appreciative and thankful for Zayne saving her life, for that she could never repay him.

Soon the two friends become quite close, and their friendship gains a strong bond. Though each one feels a certain way for the other, they aren’t sure where their relationship is going to go, and to be honest, each of them is scared to take the next step.

This book is perfect for…

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The Reason For My Blog

I made this blog not only to talk about my book at times but to also share other peoples blog post that I like and think that other people would enjoy as well. My blog might not look as good as others that I have seen, some looked neat and amazing,

sometimes I might share some thoughts to share and get feedback from other people, or just to get it out there for people to just read. so now I like to share this with all of you.

I have been working on my first book for about two years, I have hired a number of editors,ghostwriter to go over my book to make it better then when I first wrote my book and each time it does get better at least to me, now let me try to explain I don’t have the know how in understanding the different way to write such as making a sentence look and sound amazing like a lot of you authors have your books look and read. I do not know if you understand what I mean.  is there ever a time that your book is going enough to get out there?  will you always find someone that would find mistakes that you miss.  I want my book to be the best it can be, and I know you all want the same with your book. I have known a few people that had started about the same time as I did with my book and now they are working on their 2nd and 3rd book and already have 1 and 2 of their books out. I have been working on a few other books but not as much as a lot of writers has been.

I wanted to share all of this with all of you. They say that after the writing is done the hardest thing is getting your book out there to everybody. if that is the case I am in trouble because to me right now this is so far the hardest part.lol

If you like to leave a comment about this blog to help me even if it is a few kind work. that would be great.

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Tiki Mask #1

Hello!

Happy September everyone! Almost Halloween its super exciting.

I have a busy September ahead of me before I even start thinking about Halloween. This month is a special month because it is the month of my sisters hen night, its on the 30th September and we’ve hired a hall. The hen night is going to have a Hawaiian theme so I’ll be making a lot of the decorations which means this month will be filled with Hen night Blogs!

The first of many is the Tiki mask, ive made six masks in total 2 of each mask. So ill be doing separate blogs for each of the masks.

You will need:

  • Cardboard
  • Picture of the tiki mask
  • Scalpel
  • Newspaper/Tissue
  • Glue (mod podge)
  • Paint ( colourful Colours)
  • Coloured pencils.

Instructions:

  1. Using the picture of the mask draw it out on the cardboard sheet, then using a scalpel cut out…

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Nature Pleading

E. Denise Billups, Writer

WordPress DAily Prompt - Nature Pleading 2

You howled along the coast like an angry host

accosting a frightened town with a category four

more  critical than ever before catastrophic floods rose

appose street rows and continued to rise

devastating priceless lives

transposing rivers on dry ground

drenching opposed citizens fleeing treasured abodes

lives shattered and unrecoverable but memorized

as they fled for higher ground

 Your angry winds lashed Houston to a whipping post

wielding a woeful lesson in environmental education

taking lives presaging  global warming unheeded

til the next time you winds call

with cataclysmic pleading

for a smaller carbon footprint

Copyright 2017 by E. Denise Billups

Daily Prompts: Continue, Critical, Educate, Memorize, Priceless

Image: “Where is global warming going,” Courtesy of Skeptical Science

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Rosie’s #Bookreview Team #RBRT The Corner Office by @KaterinaBaker

Rosie Amber

Today’s team review is from Georgia, she blogs at http://www.georgiarosebooks.com

#RBRT Review Team

Georgia has been reading The Corner Office by Katerina Baker

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#Bookreview for The Corner Office by Katerina Baker @KaterinaBaker #RBRT #romance

Tara is a high flying businesswoman who has been on her chosen career path for fifteen years and is now in with a chance of securing her ultimate job as Managing Director. The only person standing in her way is the particularly unpleasant Richard, her nemesis over those fifteen years.

At the beginning of the story, Richard arranges a ‘welcome to the company’ party for the new member of staff for which he has booked a stripper, then, sensing Tara’s disquiet over this, makes suggestive comments to her about threesomes.  I was less than convinced by his behaviour, generally, as these days there is a far greater awareness of sexism in the workplace than there used to be…

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Thank you!

Angie Dokos

I hope you are having a wonderful day. I just wanted to express my appreciation to all of you that liked, shared, read, reviewed, and/or supported Cocktails For Ten. This bundle will no longer be available to purchase after today. (Sept. 2, 2017) We hope you continue to enjoy our stories.

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If by some chance you haven’t ordered Cocktails For Ten and want to, go grab it now. Time is running out.  Amazon or here.

Again, thank you. We really do appreciate you!

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STAMPtember Blog Hop & Giveaway

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Hi friends! It’s STAMPtember time and we all know this is huge!!! For my card today, I used the super cute Picture Book French Bulldog Die. I went with a pop art inspired design with a soft twist.

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To create my card, I die cut some paper with the Picture Book French Bulldog Die and used them as stencils. Then, on my watercolor card base, I blended in 15 different shades of distress inks. This is so fun and it only took me 10 minutes! For the bull dog, I colored parts of the images with Copic Markers and left some parts white. For my coloring, I only used three shades – E97, E15 and W5. Easiest coloring ever!

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For the sentiment, I die cut some black card stock with the You’re A Star Word Die. To pull everything together, I used a piece of vellum

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The First Day Of School!

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In honor of the new school year, here’s a post from five years ago:

THE BEST DAY

When I was a kid, do you know what my favorite day of the year was?

Yeah, okay, Christmas. (Good guess.) After all, I was a little girl who loved dolls and clothes and anything wrapped up. And unwrapping stuff. And tree-trimming and angel decorations. And parties and singing. And staying up late and getting up early. And Christmas lights, and cards in the mail. And tiny hot dogs wrapped in dough. And cookies. And having my hair curled. And money.  And pie.

That’s pretty hard to beat.

So you do know what my second favorite day was?

The first day of school.

I loved summer – long hot days filled with swimming and biking, and warm evenings with night-time hide-and-seek and fireflies and the ice cream man and late bedtimes.

But by…

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