Many readers shut the book or turn off their eReader when they see too much prose that’s purple! It’s really best to avoid it. First, though, what’s purple pro… Read More
Navigating Indieworld is pleased to present The Spring Book Festival Starting on 27th March and running for 3 days is The Spring Book Festival, a collaboration event between the authors of… Read More
Michelle Kowalczyk is an artist from Melbourne with a fascinating body of work. Her talents are wide ranging. She can make beautiful marine and botanical drawings, paint in oils… Read More
Today we have an author, poet, gardener, and animal rights advocate named Lenore Plassman. Her specialty is short stories and she writes poetry prolifically. It’s a pleasur… Read More
Whether from exertion in the heat or a night time charley horse, cramps are no fun at all. Just the other night, I was nearly crippled by a nasty cramp in my ankle that seriously threa… Read More
A person can donate all their possessions to charity and still end up with a cluttered home within a year unless they change their mindset. I have had to give up most of my things several ti… Read More
I was at a public event recently and saw several transgendered people. I shouldn’t have been able to spot them so easily but they made it really obvious. It made me think. Two in parti… Read More
Welcome to another Friday Feature. Today we have Glynda Shaw, who has written several rather interesting books. We have both a Q&A and a short bio at the end. Glynda, w… Read More
Nonviolence doesn’t settle anything. I used to be a pacifist. That’s what I called myself, anyway. I thought all war and conflict were bad. I avoided disagreements like the plagu… Read More
Ok I have to get my geek on. Today is the official day for that pesky little number that we have to use to determine the diameter of a circle 3.14!! Here are a few little tidbits of history… Read More
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