Monthly Archives: January 2019

The Thief

He knew no road of righteousness, Nor any path to noble salvation. On his way, he was aware of only loyalty Walking a street labelled desolation. Any goodness was tinged by duty Allowing the only trust in lies for belief. … Continue reading

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The University Of California Has Created A Device That Translates Human Thoughts Into Text, With A 90 Percent Accuracy Rate

Originally posted on Reality Decoded:
Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, have developed a machine and computer program that converts brain activity into text. Thoughts activate specific neurons in the brain and each word is a slightly different set…

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Free Kindle of The Desolate Garden

If you missed out on the free autographed paperback copy of The Desolate Garden offered by Goodreads then take the free Kindle from Amazon instead. FREE UNTIL MIDNIGHT PST 25 JAN ‘You Will Never Guess The Ending’ #Suspense #Murder #Mystery … Continue reading

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A Gentle Stroll

Many a woodland path have I strolled Through balmy winds and those that blow cold, But now as life digs in and takes its toll Old legs forbid such a demanding stroll. Orchards in blossom sway in my mind Perhaps … Continue reading

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Don’t Judge

Originally posted on Old Things R New:
On the Porch Onisha Ellis ? Photo credit WFTV 9 in Orlando, Fl ? ? We are spending the winter in Florida. Before we left North Carolina we had some wet and chilly…

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Cheryl Holloway’s Book Blog

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Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Author Update #Reviews – Judith Barrow, Jacquie Biggar and Daniel Kemp

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine:
Welcome to the first Cafe and Bookstore Update for the week. The first author with a recent review for the prequel to her successful Howarth Family Trilogy A Hundred Tiny Threads is Judith Barrow.…

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The Other Side Of Hell

Hidden away memories locked up never to be seen. Pain that’s been witnessed both agonising and obscene. Conscience never heeded whilst acting in the name of right. Lives that were taken in the shadows of the night. Should you have … Continue reading

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OUT OF THE MOUTHS OF BABES

Originally posted on The Writers Desk:
My youngest granddaughter (the one with the red hair in the photo) came bounding into my room to say hello. She is four years old and full of energy, and I mean full to…

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Storia illustrata

Originally posted on Vultureşti:
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