Kitties always make us happy, even on a Wednesday. Thanks for giving us these smiles, Bluebird!
To all of you who followed this blog through this year and its entire existence. Thank you so much!
I wish you and your family:
May the New Year transform your:
Your tears into joy
Your plans into action
Your dreams into reality
Your savings into assets
Your love into togetherness
And your milestones into destinations!
A very Happy New Year
I am honored to announce that the following authors have agreed to participate as judges in the jury who will decide on the winners of the contest:
Thank you, authors, for your effort to be part of this contest!
There will be three winners in the 1st Halloween poem contest. Each of them is free to choose from the following prizes:
- E-Book of “The truth she knew” written by J. A. Owenby
- E-book of either one of the set of four “Brilliant Disguise“, “A Good Girl“, “Criminal Kind“, OR “Sins of My Youth“, written by Mary Ann Edwards
- E-book of “The Vampyre Blogs – coming home” by Allan Krummenacker
I’m very grateful for these excellent authors to offer one of their books as a prize in this contest. Thank you!
START UP!! OCTOBER 10, 2016
Every author and poet are invited to participate and deliver a “Halloween-Poem” to my email address: firstname.lastname@example.org, together with their picture (and, if possible, a link to their website and/or blog).
There are a few rules to follow:
- Your poem needs a Halloween theme.
- Your poem needs a minimum of 99 words.
- Your poem has to be delivered to my email address until Halloween, October 31, 2015, 9 pm Central Standard Time.
- Please avoid violence, bad language, and sexual content within the poems. It would be disqualified.
Every poem that meets the rules and is delivered within the deadline will be published here on “Writer’s Treasure Chest” together with the provided picture (and, if possible, link).
The contest starts October 10, 2016 06.00 am and ends October 31, 2016 09.00 pm Central Standard Time!!
Please, deliver your poem and your picture to my email address within this time frame, neither earlier, nor later. Poems arriving outside these 3 weeks will be disqualified.
We’re looking forward to your poems! Write away, ladies and gentlemen, we are ready!
A. J. Alexander
Years and years since then have passed
when I have met this person last.
Time went by all in a blur
It’s natural, we all do concur.
With the chances nowadays
Communication takes new ways.
One day I couldn’t trust my eyes
I got a friendly big surprise.
A request to be on my list of friends
right here this long silence ends.
It didn’t take us long to greet
And then – he swept me off my feet.
He makes me smile, the skies are blue,
The sun is shining, I enjoy the view…
All colors are so bright and clear
Life is great and I’m to cheer.
Tall and handsome, he’s a knight
In his arms I fear no fright.
Our bond is just about to start
but this warrior is anchored in my heart!
(Copyright, August 2016, Aurora Jean Alexander)
Suzie speaks published an extraordinary blog post which I personally think is important to all of us who love their friends. I admire her writing and her efforts to explain her personal feelings in this article.
This hashtag has been trending on Twitter for several hours now and I’ve spent some time reading hundreds of responses. Some, as is to be expected, are funny (but not to be taken seriously)… Others, however, I found to be quite poignant, and in some ways, very relatable.
My friendships mean more to me than most things. I have friends from lots of areas of my life, from acquaintances that I know through others, to those who know my deepest, innermost thoughts and who have been with me through my happiest and darkest times. Some I have known for over twenty years, others I have met in the last year. A few are school, college friends or university friends, some are former colleagues, one or two I even met randomly while standing outside a pub having a cigarette. I will speak to some just four or five times a…
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Suzie posted these 9 motivational quotes on her blog post to get her readers through Monday. I’ll re-blog them to get us all through the week. Thank you very much Suzie. You’re the best!
It’s been a tough few days, so I thought I would share some of my favourite quotes to help get me through a dark, cold and dreary Monday… Simply click on the images to see them in full size.
I particularly like the Karen Lamb quote – this is something I often turn to when I am feeling low…
What about you guys? What is your favourite motivational quote that helps to get you through the day?
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