Byteful Travel Blog Carnival #18 – 2013 May
First off I’d like to thank Andrew at Byteful Travel for allowing me to host this edition of the carnival. I’ve been a big fan and have participated in a few of them. If you’re new to blog carnivals, they’re a smart way to discover new writers that you wouldn’t normally come across. Continue reading
After reading the first few pages of “Time Killer,” it was difficult to keep reading. The dialogue seems unnatural and the writing comes across as forced. I liked the concept of a serial killer getting even with people for wasting his time, so I stayed with it, and I’m glad I did. Continue reading
Dana lives in a world that’s gone bad. Her life is handled by a totalitarian government that makes all of her decisions. Where she works, where she lives, and what she eats is decided for her. Dana is a caring, brave person and feels that things are not what they seem to be. Continue reading
I haven’t posted a story in quite a while. I’ve been working on a short story I’ll be publishing on Amazon in June. It’s called ”Invasion Of Privacy.”
Here’s an excerpt from it. I hope you like it. Continue reading
India offers you a host of exciting destinations for summer time travel, where you can enjoy seeing the beautiful sights in captivatingly cool and pleasant weather.
Srinagar – Jammu & Kashmir
One of the most popular tourist attractions in India, Srinagar is famous for its timeless natural beauty and enchanting ‘Shikara’ or houseboat rides in the picturesque Dal Lake. You can buy traditional Kashmiri handicrafts and soft Pashmina shawls.
Today I’d like you to meet Annamaria Bazzi. She’s written a new story called:
Left an orphan, Kendíka cries herself to sleep and startles awake in a Regency castle. Terror consumes her, and she attempts to escape only to discover the new world is her prison. Having no choice, she attends a ball given by her guardian, Lord Deverow, to introduce her into society. He admonishes her to follow the rules and promises to protect her from the wrath of the strange, hazy set of eyes spying on everything. But when she ignores his warning, Kendíka learns firsthand what it means to be disobedient.
There are some sports and pastimes which are highly enjoyable, and which allow participants to enjoy a pleasant hour or two of distraction. They can help to pass a little time with friends and like-minded individuals, and of course they may incur a little light-hearted banter along the way. There is one sport, however, which above all others can induce an almost obsessive passion in players of all ages and from all walks of life. Continue reading
Spring is here!
When I was a kid growing up in St. Louis, spring was a magical time. You could feel the change of weather in the air, and it seemed like anything was possible. I can still remember the excitement during recess at school. All of the games took on a new level of intensity.
One time I got up the nerve to pass a note to a girl that I liked. It said,” I like you, do you like me? Check one, yes or no.” Continue reading
Over the Rim by Ripley Patton is a YA Fantasy Novella first published in 2009 in Andromedia Spaceways Inflight Magazine issue #42. Nominated and short-listed for the Sir Julius Vogel Award for Best Novelette/Novella 2010. Continue reading