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New Year new stories. Be Sue Vincent’s guest and share them.

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

Artists, Writers, Photographers… lend me your ears…

…and your words and pictures…

BmG logoWhat drives you to do what you do? Why do you write? When did you take your first photograph… and why? Do you have a new book coming out? News of an exhibition? What have you learned that you can share? Do you have a story to tell… inspiration to offer… Or advice on writing, publishing, or promoting? Can you share tips on photography or art?

If you would like to have a guest post featured on this blog, please email me at

The ten most popular guest posts this year were:

Guest author: Sarah Brentyn ~ Be the Grain You Were Meant to Be

Guest author: C. S. Boyack – The Hat, an excerpt from a new novella


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Nine Deadly Sins: The Eye for an ‘I’~ a new book by Steve Tanham

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

Their meetings are necessarily brief… seldom no more than a coffee, a momentary pause between the demands of life and work… but for John and Alexandra time matters less than the connection they share…

“It’s about where you put the “I”, isn’t it?” I asked John, as he sat down, late with latté, and smiled, apologetically, at me.

“Where is the “I’ now?” he asked, smiling over the hot coffee he was trying to sip, to catch up with mine.

“That’s what I’m wrestling with,” I responded, trying not to lose the thread that I had carefully assembled in the past week, parts of which were trying to sneak away in the face of the lovable but infuriating man who might just help me unravel it…

Why Nine Deadly Sins, when the world speaks of only seven?

When John and Alexandra meet for coffee, a challenge is issued that will…

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#Book #Review Vampyrie: Origin of the Vampire by Tina Frisco

M J Mallon’s great review of Tina Frisco’s Vampyrie

M J Mallon YA/Paranormal Author


Goodreads Synopsis

What if vampires were not the undead, but rather the dying? What if there were two factions among vampires: the sustained and the unsustainable? And what if those factions were at war with one another over the life of a young woman who promised them a future? Vampyrie brings the myth of the vampire into the realm of possibility. Phoebe Angelina Delaney is a reluctant genius and compassionate hothead. She finds herself in a pitch-dark underground and doesn’t remember how she got there. Did she drink too much alcohol and wander off in a stupor, or was she kidnapped by a malicious element determined to make her life a living hell? Sir Michael Alan David is a vampire – an enigma, charismatic and mysterious, who weaves in and out of Phoebe’s life. Does he intend to use his title as a ruse to draw her closer to an…

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#PoetryReadathon #Bookreview – Quill and Ink… Inspirational, Motivational and Creative Writing

A great review of Deborah Bowman’s Quill and Ink by Robbie Cheadle

Robbie's inspiration

Poetry readathon

Deborah Bowman

What Amazon says

Are you a creative person who loves the paranormal; The Spiritual Universe; ancient myths and legends; fantasy; and the healing, playful energy of pets/animals? You are not alone! Do you know someone that you would love to share a gift with that needs inspiration, motivation, personal growth, and meditation in their personal life or career? Quill and Ink is just the book for you or your creative friend or family member. Written in poetry, essays, short stories, this book opens with a song by the author and ends with a Creative Visualization for relaxation through the power of your mind. Even the cover is an original oil painting by the author. Enjoy, enjoy, enjoy!

My review

Quill and Ink… is divided into seven sections entitled Inspirational, Motivational, Creative, Antiquity, Cats, Short Stories and Creative Visualization. In each section the author seeks to share her inner most thoughts…

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My Biggest Lesson of 2018

Fantastic inspirational post from Yecheilyah.

The PBS Blog

This is the time of the year where we step back and analyze where we are and where we want to be. The time where we consider if the goals, we set at the beginning of the year have been realized and if there are any changes or improvements that need to be made. This is also the time of the year when I share with you the lessons I’ve learned from the year. Usually, I do this closer to the end of the month but my family is moving so things are busy around these parts. Last year, I had an entire list of lessons learned. This year, I only have one.

December is when I do a lot of reflection. An entire year has passed. What changed? What remained? What needs to be added onto or removed? 2018 has been filled with amazing growth for me personally as…

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Suggestions and Stonking Good Stocking Gifts Inside.

Some beautiful ideas for gifts here.


Dark visions horror anthologyBuy Here

I won’t lie, I may be biased slightly … because I have a flash fiction in this book. But, and the but is huge; I am very proud to be part of this Anthology. Stuffed full of stories; some you can read in a snatch, others that fill a lunch break. All will fill your thirst for the weird, the creepy and the scares. Ask your local shop to get this best-selling horror anthology in stock. Order it from the library or purchase it from Amazon. Either way, you won’t regret giving, reading or receiving this gem. Twenty-seven Authors and 34 stories to stir and startle your imagination. Ideal for the unique individual in your life. The quirky shopper that wants to be the best present giver. The toilet reader. Ideal for the Allotment snuggler; sat in solace in the shed. For the…

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