Re-branding Instagram account

Rebooting this not just cause of the great street photography shots from Tom Plevnik, but also because he’s pondering some adjustments in regard to his various media presences – hope that’s the right word 🙂 . Well worth a look into his newest #BWPhotography, plus maybe you’ll have some insight to offer him – all the best everyone! 🙂

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Tom Plevnik photography

What does one do when they decide to focus more on a specific genre and less on what they’ve built their feed and following on? Do you keep your previous posts public so new followers get a sense of where you come from, or do you demolish your feed with proverbial dynamite and start all over? Do you ditch your old account entirely and create another one, starting the process of gaining followers all over again? Or do you try to juggle multiple accounts, all displaying a different side of your work?

Btw… 48 days till Warszawa

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THE WASHING MACHINE

Unusual poem. Susanne writes horror and suspense so was always wary line to line, lol; still thought it intriguing enough to want to repost – hope u give the short poem a quick read, and maybe a long thought, wondering: why? 🙂

#poetry

SUSANNE LEIST

I’m having a bad dream,

no, maybe a nightmare,

of a washing machine.

It wakes me up at night.

It rumbles and whispers.

I hope it won’t take flight.

It’s moving and grooving

to a beat of its own,

that is far from soothing.

It’s a horrible sight.

A machine set to hard.

It’s ready for a fight.

I scream into my pillow.

“My clothing is all too clean,”

then I weep like a willow.

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The Secret is Out

Author Ritter Ames produces a art-mystery series and can direct you to the cover reveal for the 5th book in this fun globe-trotting series – take a look, before one of her skilled characters swaps it out for a forgery! Just kidding, but do take a look 🙂

#art #mysteries #RitterAmes

Ritter Ames -- USA TODAY Bestselling Mystery Author of the Bodies of Art Mysteries series and the Organized Mysteries series

If you have a minute, head over to Dru’s Book Musings where Dru is showing off the new cover for the next Bodies of Art Mystery — Yay! Only in preorder now, but the book will be available June 26th. Also, feel free to comment on Dru’s blog and thank her for sharing this information for authors and readers! 🙂

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Over My Dead Body: Murder at Eurovision (Bebe Bollinger Murder Mysteries 2) is now available on pre-sale

I read book 1, really enjoyed it, and just thinking about a follow up makes me smile. There’s wry humor and real danger in Christoph’s first tale and based on the included excerpt in this post, looks to keep on continuing 🙂

#mysteries #humor

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Over My Dead Body: Murder at Eurovision (Bebe Bollinger Murder Mysteries 2) is now available on pre-sale – to be whisperlessly delivered to your kindle on April 30th.

The paperback copies can already be purchased from https://www.amazon.com/dp/1717148565

If you want an ARC (Advance Review Copy) I can send you the mobi file.

In a few weeks from now Eurovision will take place in Lisbon, so when better to release this book?

Here are the blurb and an excerpt:

On her return from a cruise ship gig Bebe Bollinger learns that fellow Welsh singer Bonnie Tyler has decided to enter a European Song comptition for the UK. While Bebe jealously watches the pre-publicity trail for ‘Eurovision’ in Malmö, a string of ‘odd accidents’ endangers several participants of the competition. This stirs her desire for playing detective again but also a curiosity to check out the suitability of Eurovision for her own career.

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MEET HEATHER RAMSAY

Intro to a new Romantic Thriller author, Heather Ramsay via fellow writer, Lucinda Clarke 🙂

#thrillers #romance #indiewriters

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This week it’s a huge welcome to Heather Ramsay who has recently published her first novel. It’s definitely going on my TBR list as it sounds just the sort of book I enjoy. First, a little about Heather.

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Heather Ramsay grew up in a town just outside of Toronto, Ontario. After spending a few years working and exploring California, she now resides in Pennsylvania with her family.

 Personal trainer, yoga teacher, and group exercise instructor by trade, her true passion is writing. An avid reader and make believer from a young age, Heather dreamed of one day publishing her own book. When not reading or writing, you can often find her training, spending time with family, or chasing around a toddler.

Heather also added this which will make many of us smile and cheer!

Hello, my name is Heather and I’m a bookaholic.

Reading is my vice. Some people prefer television, others…

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Darkly Wood

Review of Darkly Wood https://addictivereads.wordpress.com/2018/03/07/darkly-wood/

“Just when you think you have it all figured out…prepare yourself for a surprise. The plot flows smoothly and the characters are relatable….”

review by Melanie P. Smith Of Max Power’s well received (in her words) “spine-chilling love story”

Definitely sounds interesting 🙂

Melanie Smith @AddictiveReads * Max Powers @maxpowerbooks1

By: Max Power

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When a new arrival to the village of Cranby discovers a small leather-bound book called ‘Tales of Darkly Wood’ she soon discovers that not all of the stories within are as fantastic as they first appear.

The book tells of supposedly terrible events which have occurred in the Wood that overlooks the village. What begins as an innocent stroll with her new admirer up by Darkly Wood soon turns into a nightmare for young Daisy, one from which it seems impossible to escape.

The line between reality and fantasy soon begins to blur, as a fledgling love affair is tested in the most terrifying circumstances. Swept up in her emotions, the young girl soon discovers that while sometimes love is all you need, sometimes love is not enough. There is something wrong up in Darkly Wood, and soon Daisy has to fight to save more than her…

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Winter in Ljubljana

Lovely snow storm pictures from photographer Tom Plevnik 🙂

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Before the end of the winter, some photos of Ljubljana in the snow. After a long time, we were getting a lot of snow here. And I don’t like winter, low temperatures, cloudy and short days … I can’t wait to the end of the winter. And now it’s March and tomorrow it’s supposed to snow again 😦

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Whatever Comes

A wonderful positive poem to take in & feel –

Excerpt –
“Life is often so hard…”

via author Regina Puckett
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#poetry #inspiration #life

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Life is often so hard

It leaves you scarred

It takes without giving

So why keep on living?

Maybe it’s for the passion

Maybe it’s for compassion

Maybe it’s you just want more

So you open another day’s door

Ready to take on whatever comes

Blessed to face one of God’s suns

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Giving the Women of Auschwitz a Voice – ‘The Power of Words’.

In incredible reminder –

“How could one man turn an entire nation against another people and their religion? By exploiting an issue of concern, promoting fear, and inflaming it to the point of contempt and hatred. The power of words, of language, of personality, of aggressive persuasion, and beguiling, insidious madness should not be underestimated.”

Rebecca Bryn

Royalties from downloads and page reads of Touching the Wire during Holocaust week will be donated to US Holocaust Memorial Museum  children AuschwitzAt the end of 2014, I published my first historical novel, Touching the Wire, a tale of courage, hope, and love set partly in Auschwitz, a place where courage was essential, hope was a luxury few could afford, and love was a rare shining beacon of compassion in a world dominated by the capricious brutality and hatred cultivated by Nazi Germany.

Much has been written about this heinous episode in modern history that informs and shocks. We like to think that it never happened before and that it could never happen again, but man’s inhumanity to man seems part of our genetic code, and we must be constantly aware of systemic racism, elitism, and religious bigotry that runs in the veins beneath the flawless surface of mankind’s…

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Can I walk along with you

Paris in the rain! Street photography by Tom Plevnik.

Love it! 🙂

#Paris #streetphotography #BWPhotography

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or can I buy you a coffee? Oh god, it’s starting to rain. That’s okay. I don’t mind getting wet. Paris is the most beautiful in the rain. – Midnight in Paris Movie Quotes

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