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Appetizer: The Perennial Migration

As the vendor morphed back to reptilian form, Kern took a while to get accustomed to meeting with a species his brain did not register as a terrestrial being.

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Added by D. M. Kirtaime on September 30, 2015 at 9:57pm — No Comments

'Mortal Ecology of Soul'.

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Appetizer: The Perennial Migration

Thorn looked at Jessica who, even with three weapons now on her person, still had an innocent expression. 'Should I be taking her with me into peril?' he thought to himself.

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Added by D. M. Kirtaime on September 29, 2015 at 9:34pm — No Comments

Appetizer: The Perennial Migration

As they arrived back at the vehicle Relt asked “Problem?”

Thorn explained “Damn, I'm afraid so – without the wrist chip I can't start this block of metal they call a vehicle!”

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Appetizer: The Perennial Migration

Throughout most of the reptilian tunnel network was dim lighting – a perk they allowed themselves, compliments of the human World Administration.

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Appetizer: The Perennial Migration

They could tell that the discovery of the hiss coming from a non-reptilian species, surprised it.

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Appetizer: The Perennial Migration

Larsst's slit olive coloured eyes widened, and his tongue was visible again and slithered from side to side; as he inspected the chip and listened to Kern.

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Added by D. M. Kirtaime on September 26, 2015 at 12:14am — No Comments

'Magna Carta Healing': Spiritual Sophistry.

 

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Added by Stephanie Lynne Thorburn on September 25, 2015 at 11:41am — No Comments

Around The Globe With Rose Shababy

cafecafemasparo15 My second author this wants to go to one of my favorite cities - New . So we're sitting with a view of the Mississippi at Cafe Maspero. Mint tea, daiquiris, a bit of voodoo around the next corner. Seafood! Give me more. Forget the interview. I want to stroll the Riverwalk, eat oyster po'boys, buy some hot sauce, take a swamp tour, do some fishing...what? Stop tapping my shoulder. Let me walk…

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Around The Globe With Kathleen Collins

Ireland  I pick up the first of this week's featured authors. She sets the controls and we're off to Ireland. We end up enjoying tea in front of a crackling fire in a little cottage in...

well, somewhere in the wilds of Eire. I'm not sure where we are, but it's a fascinating place to get away from it all. You can smell the grandeur of the country in the air. Enjoy a scruffy dog dozing by the fire.

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Appetizer: The Perennial Migration

Once Larsst was through the entrance, as reptilian offices had no doors, slouching against his favourite pile of smooth rocks the senior asked “What do you have to report?”

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Appetizer: The Perennial Migration

Shocked but curious, the man turned and found that he faced either a ghost or hologram. The masculine figure wore a silver hooded robe and hovered at twenty centimetres above the floor.

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'World Ontology': The Thought Matrix.

'World Ontology':  The 'Thought Matrix'.

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Appetizer: The Perennial Migration

“Pleased to make the acquaintance, Jessica and Thorn. I am known as Mulrog. Do you intend to stay up the tree long? You need to understand that the tree is not too happy if the young branches are blocked from the sun-rays.”

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Appetizer: The Perennial Migration

As he looked away from the test tube, he added “True do you realise that without a glass quarantine, the outbreak of this monstrous virus might devastate our world?

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Added by D. M. Kirtaime on September 21, 2015 at 8:57pm — No Comments

Appetizer: The Perennial Migration

He attempted the vendor's name again, remembering to make a hissing sound with the 'ss' and wait before ending the name with a 'tut' sound for the 't'; said “Larsst.”

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Added by D. M. Kirtaime on September 20, 2015 at 10:30pm — No Comments

YOU CAN'T PROMOTE WHAT DOESN'T EXIST

The world of publishing is very much like playing craps in Vegas. No matter how hard a writer evaluates a publishing house or tries to predict its future success before signing on the dotted line, the industry itself is as consistent as a roll of the dice.

There are calculations you can make based on factors such as the length of time the house has been in business, the size of its stable of authors, the number of titles and presence on the Internet. But, getting information…

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Appetizer: The Perennial Migration

Larsst sniggered to himself and allowed his forked tongue to glide along his scaled lips and collect the saliva, which drooled as soon the human scent reached his nostrils.

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Appetizer: The Perennial Migration

Demla seated herself on the beach, and in the sand wrote with a finger 'WAKE UP NOW'. Leo opened his eyes and reported to the rest of the class what had happened.

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Added by D. M. Kirtaime on September 18, 2015 at 11:34pm — No Comments

Adult Truth #19

#19How many times is it appropriate to say “What?” before you just nod and smile because you still didn't hear or understand a word they say?”

Unfortunately, I have a problem with something very similar: nodding and smiling when I don't care what they are saying.

Both of these pertain to impressions. Of course, you've heard the old adage that…

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Added by Stephen Lawrence Brayton on September 18, 2015 at 10:58pm — No Comments

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