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And there are never really endings…

#guestpost written by Aaron Boluwatife The revolving cycles, in their wide sweep, have brought me again,  Amorous, mature—all beautiful to me—all wondrous;  My limbs, and the quivering fire that ever plays through them, for reasons, most wondrous;  Existing, I peer and penetrate still,  Content with the present—content with the past… Walt Whitman  The cyclical nature of life is a concept that explains how every event in history is a repetition that...

…in what world to live?

I’ll be blogging Monday (3/05) and Thursday (6/05), then I’ll be off for 7 – 10 days: the last check of Almost Faithful thriller. The publishing date, I hope, 🙃 in the middle of June (eBook and paperback). The story is commercial, without any gore descriptions, violence. There’s some sexual content, but I’d say – could be read by anyone from 16+ ☕️📚  I’m looking for rural crime or bush/outback noir, written by...

In a World of Words

You can be too rich and too thin, but you can never be too well read or too curious about the world. Tim Gunn Three books from the past. Or goodbye, February: Let’s start with the largest book on the list – Other Minds: The Octopus, The Sea, and The Deep Origins of Consciousness by Peter Godfrey-Smith. Are you aware that the octopus is the closest alien you can meet on...