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30 July 2015 - MORE TIPS FROM WRITERS

MORE TIPS FROM WRITERSG'day folks,Here are some more wise quips from folks who have been around for a while. Hope they help you. Jonathan Franzen1 The reader is a friend, not an adversary, not a spectator.2 Fiction that isn't an author's personal adv...
by clancy tucker's blog on Jul 29, 2015

The Wit and Wisdom of Peter Wells

I can’t tell you how I discovered Peter Wells, but once I started reading his flash fiction, I was hooked. They deal with the common man–common not necessarily in status, but their... Beginning to write The Next Best Seller. Come visit..
by Word Dreams on May 22, 2015

A Chat with Rebecca Bradley About Her Exciting New Book

I stumbled across Rebecca Bradley’s crime writing blog at some point in the past, I don’t remember when, but it quickly became apparent she was a kindred crime/mystery/thriller spirit.... Beginning to write The Next Best Seller. Come vis...
by Word Dreams on Jan 23, 2015

6 Simple Ways To Lose Your Readership

Are you aware that there are some things that you are or aren’t doing will make you lose your readership? If the question above touches your curiosity, it means that your curiosity will save you. This article will discuss some simple ways to lose y...
by Computer and Technology Blog on Jul 5, 2014

Three Must-Visit Luxury Island Getaways

While budget beach holidays or European ski trips have their own inherent charms, sometimes you might crave a destination that’s a little more obviously and decadently luxurious. If you’re looking for the perfect luxury island getaway this year,...
by My Several Worlds on Nov 14, 2013

The 10 Best Free Things to Do in Copenhagen

Denmark’s newly hip capital isn’t a cheap city break, but there’s plenty of culture, history and architecture you can enjoy without spending anything. Here's a list of the best free things to do in Copenhagen, Denmark.
by My Several Worlds on Oct 4, 2013

Why You Should Start Guest Blogging on Your Blog?

Blogging is all about updating your readers with new and fresh content. However, you might be a part-time blogger or full-time blogger, we all face this situation of not getting next blog post ideas. Most time we cannot get much ideas to reach an ave...
by Blogging Cage on Sep 30, 2013

Forget the Stereotypes and Experience Modern Dublin

If you think all Dublin has to offer is traditional Irish music, pints of Guinness and old-fashioned pubs then you should hop on a ferry, cross the Irish Sea and discover this modern, vibrant city.
by My Several Worlds on Sep 30, 2013

Travel Portugal: Pera International Sand Sculpture Festival (FIESA)

The Pera International Sand Sculpture Festival (FIESA) has been held annually in Faro, Portugal since 2003, with a large selection of sand sculptures being displayed each year. The event appears to be growing and sculptures are now being produced to...
by My Several Worlds on Aug 2, 2013

Travel Tips for Your Holiday in Tunisia

If you’re thinking about booking a holiday in Tunisia, here are some simple tips to help you find the best things to do while you’re in the country.
by My Several Worlds on May 7, 2013

The World’s Top Spots for Whale Watching

Seeing whales in the wild is one of the most breath-taking sights that nature has to offer. Whale watching is available as a day trip option in lots of holiday locations, but it’s one that presents a certain amount of risk as getting a good view of...
by My Several Worlds on Apr 29, 2013

Long Dong: Taiwan’s Secret Gem

Located on the Northeast coast of Taiwan, Long Dong (Dragon Cave) gets its name from the shape of the coastline, which resembles the body of a dragon. If ever there was a place for soul searching in Taiwan, it’s here.
by My Several Worlds on Apr 22, 2013

Sri Lanka Travel Tips and Advice

If you want to travel in Sri Lanka for nearly free, keep these Sri Lanka travel tips and advice in mind when you start traveling through one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Sri Lanka is easy on the wallet, eyes and soul! (Guest article...
by My Several Worlds on Apr 14, 2013

The Secrets To Luxury Backpacking On A Budget

Maybe you’ve been a budget traveler/ backpacker before during your college years, and you want to go again but can’t stomach the thought of staying in a hostel. Or maybe you’ve never been backpacking but like the thought of the flexibility and...
by Shadows Galore on Apr 3, 2013

Glimpses from the Mahakumbh

by Shadows Galore on Feb 16, 2013

The Outback Bowl: A New Year’s Day Tradition

Established in 1986, the Outback Bowl is a college football bowl game played every year at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. Matching teams from the Southeastern Conference and Big Ten Conference, the Outback Bowl is a very lucrative game,...
by Shadows Galore on Feb 12, 2013

Love Valley or Hartsville? Valentine’s Day Holiday Ideas

When romance is in the air, a holiday for two can seal the deal. Valentine’s Day 2013 falls on a Thursday, which means you can plan the perfect long weekend away. Roses, diamonds or a bottle of bubbly all help set the mood, but getting away fro...
by My Several Worlds on Jan 25, 2013

The Charm of East Germany and its Christmas Markets

“I don’t like the perceptions that people have when they speak about East Germany“, remarked Pierre in whose car I was traveling from Stuttgart to the East German city of Leipzig. In stark contrast to the rapid strides that its neig...
by Shadows Galore on Dec 11, 2012

The Charm of East Germany and its christmas markets

“I don’t like the perceptions that people have when they speak about East Germany“, remarked Pierre in whose car I was traveling from Stuttgart to the East German city of Leipzig. In stark contrast to the rapid strides that its neig...
by Shadows Galore on Dec 11, 2012

Meeting Interesting People While Traveling

 Marie and I recently celebrated our sixth anniversary in September. Since we have been busy with many endeavors we neglected to take a vacation for three years. We decided to go to Thailand because it has many cultural things to see. It is a really...
by Texan in the Philippines on Nov 11, 2012


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