Author Archives: Felipe Adan Lerma

About Felipe Adan Lerma

A beginner's view : integrating interests in yoga, fitness, and the arts - work in fiction, poetry, and images.

Whatever Comes

Originally posted on Regina Puckett:
Whatever Comes Regina Puckett   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…

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

Originally posted on Rebecca Bryn:
Royalties from downloads and page reads of Touching the Wire during Holocaust week will be donated to US Holocaust Memorial Museum  At the end of 2014, I published my first historical novel, Touching the Wire,…

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Can I walk along with you

Originally posted on Tom Plevnik photography:
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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MEET BARBARA CARTER

Originally posted on lucinda E Clarke:
I’m sure many readers will resonate with this week’s guest Barbara Carter, living with a burst of creativity inside and not knowing how to express it – life always gets in the way! BARBARA…

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2 Short Story Reviews – The Consuming & Survival by Rhonda Hopkins

Originally posted on echoesofthepen:
? ? Here are my reviews of two short stories written by Rhonda Hopkins, an avid reader and prolific reviewer as well as being a valued IASD member and contributor. Having already read and enjoyed ‘The…

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Review: “Highest of Highs to Lowest of Lows: My Battles With Bipolar Disorder” by Michael Kinyanjui

Originally posted on writerchristophfischer:
This is a really impressive memoir, in part of what the reader can learn about bi-polarism and how it affects a person; in other parts it shows a writer insightful enough into the psyche of non-affected…

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Making room for the new, and the good

Originally posted on Leaf of the Tree:
GLEANINGS FOUND HERE AND THERE: “Taz,” courtesy of Jon Ring. ? When you suffer because of discrimination, there’s always an urge to speak out. But even if you spend a thousand years speaking…

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Why Didn’t Your Bot Invite Me to A Secret Club?

Originally posted on Carrie Melissa Jones, Community Consultant:
I was asked last week if I wanted to join a brand’s secret club. Was it the illuminati? Was it a secret community of advanced community builders? Was it an invitation to…

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I JUST CAN’T GET IT LARGER!

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Originally posted on lucinda E Clarke:
How about a Christmas present for me? It won’t cost you more than a moment and very little effort. I’m asking all you FABULOUS people out there for a re-blog of this post (flatter…

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Historical Saturday: “KICKER (The Forgotten Front): A World War 2 thriller based on actual experiences and official military aviation history in the China, Burma and India theater” by R. GRey Hoover #ASMSG @ASMSG

Originally posted on writerchristophfischer:
Today I’m delighted to feature a remarkable book by R Grey Hoover, which has been re-released with a fantastic new cover. I came across the book and reviewed it a while back after meeting Grey in…

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