Authors, Writers, Publishers, and Book Readers
Share this: Added by Patricia T Macias
I am honored to be friends here with you. Granny Gee/Gloria
Thank you for being my friend.
I want you to check out my poem that I wrote for my daughter. It was her 30th birthday yesterday, lol. Please tell me if you like it.
Sweet little girl, precious young lady, how I enjoyed to see you grow little footsteps, transcending into big steps, running through life
Sweet dreams, precious years, and mucho amor
Little footsteps, little time, and I see the years go by
Sweet dreams, precious future, and mucho amor
Little footstep, big steps, walking with you through life
Sweet dreams, precious time, and mucho amor
Little footstep, big steps, and awesome strides
My dearest daughter, I love you with all my heart!
Enjoy this day! Lots of blessing and joy will be my wish for you!
Sign Upor Sign In
Smashwords Self-Published Bestsellers List, December 2017
Male Bonding in the Rust Belt: 'PW' Talks with Robin Yocum
Sean Penn Switches Artistic Gears
Back to Work After an 'Otherworldly' Day: Nina LaCour on Winning the Printz Medal
Q & A with Jane Yolen
'Automating Inequality': Algorithms In Public Services Often Fail The Most Vulnerable
'Only Child': A Story of Loss, Grief And Hope
'Manuscripts' Encourages Readers To Approach The Bible Like A Novel
'Dreadful Young Ladies And Other Stories' From A Self-Proclaimed 'Strange Woman'
For These Unhappy Campers, Trauma Blights Their Lives 'Forevermore'
Nonfiction: An Irish Flâneur, Greeting the Past on His Present Wanderings
Essay: The Iceman Cometh Out
The Book Review Podcast: Lisa Halliday on ‘Asymmetry’
Inside the List: After Setting Her Hair on Fire, Lisa Gardner Decided to Become a Writer
Fiction: Two Novels Trace Parallels Between Past and Present, or Create Them
Fiction: What Would It Be Like to Be 400 Years Old?
Children’s Books: One Part Fantasy, One Part Reality Is a Child’s Perfect Formula
Children’s Books: Great New Books for a Child Just Learning to Read
Ivory Tower: Science’s Inference Problem: When Data Doesn’t Mean What We Think It Does
© 2018 Created by Authors.com.
Report an Issue |
Terms of Service
Please check your browser settings or contact your system administrator.