Short, but oh so sweet!!! ❤ Love this poem from Ladybug!!
Awesome guest post on Millie Schmidt’s blog about self-publishing!!!
This is a guest blog by BB Morgan.
I spent a good three days trying to think of something intelligent and worthwhile to say about self-publishing. There is so much to the self-publishing world that I didn’t know when I started, I couldn’t pick just one. So, I picked a few that I think are the most important to me, or that I wish I had known beforehand. This morning, coffee in hand, I’m diving in.
1. Don’t rush the process
In April of 2016, I self-published my debut novel, Devil’s Blood, through CreateSpace. Talk about momentous. When I held my novel – my novel which I’d spent the last year working on – in my hands, I can’t begin to describe the absolute sense of fulfillment. However, as that feeling wore off, and Devil’s Blood didn’t hit the bestseller list overnight like I had been secretly dreaming…
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Art and music? Does it get any better! Congrats on the feature Carolina Russo!!! Meno<3
Art And Music together can create magic!
Day #9: Ghoul – Screech
Today I am very happy to share that I was “Featured” on the new website and Blog of indie band Rigna.Folk from Germany!
You can read their Feature Blog Post here: Collaborations with two artists from the US and Macedonia
Last November I have collaborated with the Rigna Folk creating a video displaying a selection of my recent paintings having as soundtrack one of their beautiful songs.
If you follow me maybe you remember my Blog post, if you are new you can read it here:
RiGNA.FOLK is a great Indie band from Germany, I love their music and they love my art!
I think is beautiful that we crossed paths!
I dedicated my art to music many times already and I find it to be very inspiring.
You can find…
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This poem from Devereaux Frazier feels like my life…
Some writers don’t get published
some writers don’t get noticed
some writers don’t get paid
some writers don’t become famous
some writers don’t become legends
some writers don’t become immortal
some lovers don’t ever find love
some lovers don’t ever find a hand
some lovers don’t ever die together
some lovers don’t ever stop wishing
some lovers don’t ever stop cheating
some lovers don’t ever stop lying
I’m stuck in the middle, lovely
and it hurts
the rejections don’t matter
they just pile on my desks
the unanswered messages don’t matter
they just pile in my mind
and it burns
parent leaving doesn’t matter
the messages just fill up empty folders
the adolescence lost doesn’t matter
I’m just reminded everywhere I go
some people don’t ever cry
but the tears well up on the inside
some people never…
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Love this short poem from talesofaswitch!
Hello my lovely readers! The end of December was hectic (with quite a few sick day), so extra posts were few and far between. But worry not, I’ve been working hard on a lot of exciting projects. For one thing, I’m nearly done with my first novel, ‘the blackwater witch’. Pretty soon I’ll be sending it off to a wonderful editor, Sam Thorne, who I totally suggest hiring, but only after she’s done editing my novel (just kidding : D, seriously, check her out).
I’m also working on a new collection of short stories, speculatively titled ‘a punishing seduction’. Needless to say, this one will be dark and erotic. ❤ Just the way I like it.
I have a couple more short stories in the wings as well. Should have a new 200 word story up next week, to give you guys a little thrill ; p So keep an eye open for that.
By the way, you can find me on wattpad. I haven’t posted any stories yet, but I plan to in the future, starting with a story I originally released on this blog. It’s so old it got buried, so I decided to give it a second life. If you head over there check out this awesome story from my fellow blogger ‘dances-with-tricksters’, who just happens to be on my list of favorite writers.
What have you guys been up to? Let me know below!
LOVE this spell sachet idea from ‘Moody Moons’!
Get cozy with this unique, creative, winter-friendly take on the traditional spell sachet or “mojo bag.”
This heat-activated spell idea upcycles your scrap fabric, herbs and leftover essential oils for a custom magickal spell charm that’s sure to warm your heart.
So pull up a chair, grab a cup of hot tea and start witch crafting!
The idea for heated spell sachets came to me during one of my deep dives into the creative abyss of my Pinterest feed.
Stuffing stockings became a favorite Yule tradition of mine from the very first year I took home a real paycheck and finally got to give gifts of my own.
So I took an immediate interest in the trend du jour for DIY stocking stuffers this year—DIY hand warmers.
You essentially make basic sachets, stuff them with microwave-safe natural filler (like rice or flaxseed) and heat them up to warm your hands/pockets…
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