Category: Re-blogged from other great blogs.

Tech Tips for Writers #124: What the Heck Does ‘Print Screen’ Do?

Originally posted on WordDreams…:
Tech Tips for Writers is an occasional post on overcoming Tech Dread. I’ll cover issues that friends, both real-time and virtual, have shared. Feel free to post a comment about a question you have. I’ll cover it in a future…

Welcome fall

Originally posted on Ritva's Art – Photography:
This is so beautiful and I just had to reblog on here . I love the fall and I think that this is a good prelude to it. A big thanks to Ritva. Ritva's Art – Photography View original post

Pigeon Uses Slipstreams to Race Cars on the Highway at 100 km/h — TwistedSifter

A racing pigeon in The Netherlands uses vehicle slipstreams on the highway to race home. The pigeon flew over 20 km, reaching top speeds of 100 km/h. via Pigeon Uses Slipstreams to Race Cars on the Highway at 100 km/h — TwistedSifter I had to…

Five Blog Posts I Recommend You Read This Weekend

Bless ya Hugh and I’m reblogging so you can read these other great posts. Also Hugh’s blog is great …so follow, if you don’t already. x

Stuck Writing Your Author Bio? Try The (Totally Not Serious) Author Bio Generator

Originally posted on Journey To Ambeth:
I’m so fabulous and interesting. So I’ve been noticing a trend recently of, shall we say, somewhat overwrought author bios, in which every detail is teased into something magnificent, a picture of a life fabulously lived. I realise…

Motivate Yourself by Submitting to a Writing Contest

Originally posted on Live to Write – Write to Live:
Today’s post is as much for me as it is for you. You see, I’ve been quite lethargic about writing fiction lately, as my business has been so pleasantly busy that I don’t have time…

The Spring Melt

Originally posted on When Timber Makes One Still:
In the north, the snow is almost gone even though the occasional short-lived blizzard adds a few inches here and there. Some of the migrating birds have reached these northernly haunts, all the while singing loudly,…

What A Buzz

Originally posted on Archon's Den:
These are the latest buzzwords to add to your corporate vocabulary. Blamestorming – Sitting around in a group discussing why a deadline was missed or a project failed and who was responsible. Seagull Manager – A manager who…

» Asimov’s Science Fiction: Always Accepting Unpublished Fiction

Originally posted on Colleen Chesebro ~ The Fairy Whisperer:
Do you write Science Fiction or Fantasy? CHECK THIS OUT!  Wait till you see how much they pay! ❤ Source: » Asimov’s Science Fiction: Always Accepting Unpublished Fiction

Who Is Your Reader?

Originally posted on The Daily Post:
Many of us write for ourselves — we scribble our innermost thoughts in journals. We draft private blog posts. Or we write personal musings but don’t mind if our readers’ eyes fall upon them. But really, if you’re…

Fortune Favours the Brave

Originally posted on The World according to Dina:
“Audentis Fortuna iuvat” meaning “Fortune Favours the Brave” – our dear Dina found this dictum written on the wall in the magnificent Marsh Library in Dublin. The friendly librarian wrote it down for her on a…

The Day of Realization

Originally posted on No Talent For Certainty:
Though we may pride ourselves on much, On how we’ve traveled far — The day comes when we realize Just how damned small We are

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