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Against Walls (Amgalant Book One) by Bryn Hammond

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“…Why? It’s Confucius. Know your enemy, and Cutula took his research seriously, but often enough they came against a baffler and then the answer was, it’s Confucius.”

Like Cutula, I blame it on Confucius, too. When you see a worthy person, endeavor to emulate him. When you see an unworthy person, then examine your inner self.  This trilogy’s author, Bryn Hammond, she’s a tall order, indeed.

And this is a read to spur you on. Goodreads

MEL KEEGAN’s back!

…and what a comeback. Amazon Best Sellers in LGBT Science Fiction 🙂

“…How long have you waited for THE END OF THE NARC SERIES? You know how long you’ve waited. You may also be aware that my health has been so poor, I now know more about hospitals than I ever wanted to. Only a couple of people sent “hate mail” (along the lines of, “I don’t care how close to death you are, you should have finished the series or “unpublished” the whole thing”). Still, I’m keenly aware that it’s been a long road, and many readers may have simply lost interest in the Jarrat and Stone saga. I understand this, I really do. I hope some old readers will rediscover Jarrat and Stone now, because —

It’s done. The end of the series is a monster trilogy…”

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‘Less’ by Andrew Sean Greer-winner of The Pulitzer Prize for fiction

Who says you can’t run away from your problems?

You are a failed novelist about to turn fifty. A wedding invitation arrives in the mail: your boyfriend of the past nine years is engaged to someone else. You can’t say yes–it would be too awkward–and you can’t say no–it would look like defeat. On your desk are a series of invitations to half-baked literary events around the world.

QUESTION: How do you arrange to skip town?

ANSWER: You accept them all. Goodreads

Love for all Seasons Charity Anthology

Love stories for all seasons.

RJ Scott brings authors together in an anthology that reveals true love always deserves a happy ending, whatever the season.

With characters who find love in a New York park, or on a college campus, in the middle of a snow storm or in the heat of summer, ‘Love for all Seasons’ delivers romance for everyone.

Including stories from three authors, new to the world of writing MM romance.

All proceeds will go to The Albert Kennedy Trust and Matthew Shepard Foundation embracing diversity.

RELEASE DATE – 19 April

Love for all Seasons

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Palm Sunday/Branch Sunday

Yesterday must have been quite the green spring day on certain parts of the continent. Willow branches are the best, my grandmother used to say when she’d sent us by the stream to acquire some for her.

The Pentecost, the fifty days of Easter, marks the beginning of many outdoor and springtime activities in Eastern Europe. Green is the colour from now on, and wild flowers and tree branches adorning gates and doorways are a must, because this is not about the man-made stay-green year around nature that normally sprinkles our urban cement or earth beaten paths dwellings to be sure.

This must be done specifically and purposefully because the first Sunday after the Pentecost is considered the All Saints’/All souls’ Sunday, around there.

On Holy Thursday during the holy week of Easter the gates of heaven and hell are said to be open to allow Jesus’s soul to enter and, afterwards, to exit the celestial realm again. This means, of course, that the doors are also open for all the other souls existing in heaven or hell, which allows them the opportunity to cross over and visit the earthen realm once more, if so they wish it. Or if they are called home by someone back here.

In medieval Europe, fires were lit outdoors and candles were burned in every room to guide the souls straight back to their respective earthly homes where they were thus obviously wanted and expected. This was also supposed to prevent them aimlessly haunting other folk’s places, by mistake. Some say that a household protected by linden branches will keep the evil souls away while allowing the right ones in.

 

Memory Chest at Smashwords

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Memory Chest & excerpt at MLR Press

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Call to Arms charity anthology and The Refugee Council

CALL TO ARMS testAs those who were involved in preparing our charity anthology CALL TO ARMS – and, hopefully, also those who bought copies and enjoyed them – may remember, all the proceeds from the sale of this volume go directly to the Refugee Council. We sent them their first ‘royalty payment’ at the end of February, and in return they kindly sent us a letter of thanks and a copy of their ‘Impact Report’ for 2016-17 to enable us to see where our contribution is likely to be spent.

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Memory Chest- a story

Memory Chest by Andrea Demetrius

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Lucian is making a last minute trip somewhere in the Balkan region to re-visit a departed friend on the local All Souls’ Day.

He is currently facing plenty of changes in his life, so maybe it’s time to take one more chance, and test the limits of this peek between the worlds the customs of the place allows him on this particular day.

They say this’s a time when a spell cast by a witch can achieve truly exponential results, and its desired outcome is almost always guaranteed, but will this warlock dare break a promise made to an old lover?

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Turkish Garbage Collectors Open Library Full of Discarded Books By Thom Peart

Turkish Garbage Collectors Open Library Full of Discarded Books

Turkish garbage collectors in the country’s capital city of Ankara have opened a public library that is full of books that were originally destined to be put into landfill. The workers began collecting discarded books and opened the new library in the Çankaya district of Ankara. News of the library has spread and now people have begun donating books directly to the library, rather than throwing them away.