The Curse of Time-Book 1-Bloodstone

On promotion, this week on our Streets Ahead Group on Me We are M J Mallon’s wonderful book, The Curse of Time – Book 1 – Bloodstone.

I can thoroughly recommend slipping into this tale. You won’t stop turning the pages until the end.

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More reasons to kick 5G off this planet

More news regarding the travesty of 5G. I find no. 15 very interesting. Read on people.

 

https://wakeup-world.com/2019/06/25/5g-danger-13-reasons-new-millimeter-wave-tech-will-be-a-catastrophe-for-humanity/

Tales from the Irish Garden Serialisation – Winter: The Messengers of Peace and Desperation and The Storyteller by Sally Cronin

Sally shares an excerpt from Tales from the Irish Garden. This is a wonderful book, with beautiful illustrations.

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Winter: The Messengers of Peace and Desperation and The Storyteller

Queen Filigree did not send out Christmas cards; her festive wishes were carried on the winter winds that sweep across the continent, dropped off at other fairy realms with kisses of snow. However, the queen believes that the New Year has very much more importance for her subjects and those of the world, always sending out her special winged messengers of peace two days after Christmas. This year her beautiful birds would carry more than New Year greetings, as they would also carry a request for any information about a possible new site for the palace. Since they would be sent to the four corners of the world, somewhere, surely there would be a place for Queen Filigree and her court to live in safety.

The royal pigeons had been lovingly reared over centuries, and all have their own fairy…

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Light In The Sludge

Whenever I feel overwhelmed by the path humans are walking and the harm they do to one another, animals and mother earth, I listen to this song by Damen Marley Ft. Nas, it lifts me up and reminds me to keep on walking. Little acorns grow into huge Oak trees, one signature can make a difference. One seed planted by the roadside can help heal the earth

Streets Ahead Street Team Promotion: Words We Carry, by D.G Kaye

D. G. Kaye’s Words we carry is a fantastic read, see for yourself.

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As part of this week’s Streets Ahead Street Team promotion, I’m sharing D.G Kaye’s book ‘Words We Carry:  Essays of Obsession and Self Esteem’:

Words from the author:

“I have been a great critic of myself for most of my life, and I was darned good at it, deflating my own ego without the help of anyone else.”

What do our shopping habits, high-heeled shoes, and big hair have to do with how we perceive ourselves? Do the slights we endured when we were young affect how we choose our relationships now?

D.G. takes us on a journey, unlocking the hurts of the past by identifying situations that hindered her own self-esteem. Her anecdotes and confessions demonstrate how the hurtful events in our lives linger and set the tone for how we value our own self-worth.
Words We Carry is a raw, personal accounting of how the author overcame the…

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SUBMISSION CALL: Dark Divinations

A new Horror Addicts submission.

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Dark Divinations
Edited by Naching T. Kassa

It is the height of Queen Victoria’s rule, the world is powered by steam and seen by gaslight. Fog swirls in the street, while in the parlor, hands are linked. Pale and expectant faces gaze upon a woman, her eyes closed and shoulders slumped. The medium speaks, her tone hollow and inhuman. The séance has begun.

Séances are but one method of divination and communication with the dead. There are many others. From Tarot to the witch board, scrying to numerology, HorrorAddicts.net wants it all. We want your Victorian Age stories of Dark Divinations.

First and foremost, your submission must be a horror story and contain something emotionally, physically, or mentally horrifying.

Secondly, it must take place during the Victorian Era. We don’t care if it’s in England, the American West, colonial India, or Africa, it must take place during the years…

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