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What to do when a guy ignores you?


Ignorance is the sister of disrespect. They are closely related. If a person ignores you, it means you are not worthy of their time. It happens to everyone.  Don't believe when someone says "I am busy", as an excuse. Yes, we are all busy, we live with a busy schedule, but the day is long 24 hours and in this time we made priorities. So, guess are you in the priority list if someone ignores you a day, week, or a month? The answer is no. When you wish to hear news from someone or stay in contact, you will make an attempt. It means you will use any reason to stay in contact.  When you don't wish to stay in contact, you will do an excuse. Everything will be more important to you, even your cat's...
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It is better to be alone than with fake friends


Some people love to live in illusion. Nobody comes to your birthday party? Don't pity yourself, if you are alone, you are in a good company. On the other hand, imagine that 10 people come to your birthday, and nobody of them isn't loyal. Dubravka organized birthday in a coffee bar.  She gathered 10 girls to celebrate her 18th birthday. They came with gifts and she paid them drinks. Those were her guests. Until she was unpacking gifts, they talked to each other and neglected Dubravka. One of the girls, Simona, was a center of the attention because her ex-boyfriend Robert entered the bar.  "Oh, look who is here. Your ex, Simona." girls murmured. "What are you doing here?" Robert approached the...
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Readers' Favorite Review of 'Something Called Permafrost'

I was delighted to receive this review of 'Something Called Permafrost' from Reader's Favorite"I enjoyed this quick tale because it tells a complete story in a relatively short space. Molly is the only character, and yet her role in the story is well developed and comes to a dramatic and surprising conclusion. The story moves quickly in a straight exposition form, with no dialogue or interaction between characters, except the strange interactions between Molly and the frozen man her team exhumes from the ice. Best of all, this is a great, quick read that you can enjoy in one sitting, just enough to spark your imagination and immerse you into a scene that's different from your day to day life...
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Book Review: Finn & Annie, “The Case of the Wayward Ride” by Christopher Greyson. ️️️️️

I’m really turning into a Greyson short story addict! Christopher Greyson came up with a series of short stories, a half hour worth of reading each. The series is all about an insurance investigator who happens to draw mysterious cases, and an insurance photographer who happens to be one of the most fascinating characters I’ve … Continue reading Book Review: Finn & Annie, “The Case of the Wayward Ride” by Christopher Greyson. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ → Original link
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Book Review: “The Kilwade Tragedy” by Terry Keys ️️️

This is a politically charged book about the senseless loss of young lives. It deals with the—sadly—all too familiar issue of mass murder at a school. The murderer was a boy who had been bullied and who believed his family didn’t care for him. There were drugs and alcohol, immaturity and serious depression. Terry Keys, … Continue reading Book Review: “The Kilwade Tragedy” by Terry Keys ⭐️⭐️⭐️ → Original link
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Readers' Favorite Review of 'The Two Faces of Killer Kilbride'

The ambiance and period of the setting serve the story’s dark element well. The Two Faces of Killer Kilbride is an apt title; the townsfolk are enthralled with the lead character so much that they appointed him as the mayor. It seems they made the right choice until this likable man shows his dark side to the ones who are unfortunate enough to be his victims. Kilbride is so infallible that an unexpected turn of events only rattled him a bit. Nevertheless, I’ll say no more, just know that this short story will make readers ponder about the real 'Kilbrides' out there who know how to woo and eventually silent their unsuspected victims. With lyrical but tight prose, Kearns gives readers an enjoy...
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Do you attract wrong people?


It happens that you wish to attract a certain person. Your vision is about someone who will support you, offer a shoulder for crying, someone you can lean on. Instead of this, you got a passive person who will not move a little finger for you. Or you got an egoist who just thinks of himself and his needs. It is wrong to blame a person who is in your life now. You could blame your choice, or research your character. What is inside of you that you attract someone like this?  What kind of impression you leave? If you are a fragile woman, kind and obedient, you will attract a tough guy who will stand by your side and protect you. If you are a strong, independent woman, you will attract a soft ma...
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Why some women play a seductive game, but don't want a relationship


Do you wonder why some women are always elegant, approachable and kind, so it makes them popular? On first sight, men will think that they are available to flirt. They expose their photos on social networks, you can see them everywhere. She has many followers on Instagram, she is popular on Facebook. She is popular in her workplace. She is a popular neighbor. Guys with less experience will try to involve with them. It looks like an easy target to get in the bed, they will think. Suddenly, there is a wall. The same woman who smiled at you and talked sweet showed you the way out. "No, I am not interested in you," she says. You try again. "What part of this sentence you don't understand. Get ou...
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Book Review: “The Deceivers” by Alex Berenson ️️️️

Although I try to promote indies, from time to time I read established writers who publish traditionally. Alex Berenson is currently on book #12 of the John Wells series, and “The Deceivers” is it. John Wells is a former Army Ranger who has been working on contract with the CIA. The rigors of his work … Continue reading Book Review: “The Deceivers” by Alex Berenson ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ → Original link
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What friendship with an ex-boyfriend really means?


Everyone has ex - relationships. We build our experiences through failed relationships, we jump in the romances which will not end well. Maybe we know from the beginning there is no future, but we are tempted. Then we make an attempt and it fails. Every past relationship is not a bitter experience. After we froze our feelings and time pass, we could modify our romance to friendship. Yes, that person is still in our life, just with a different role. We are not kissing and cuddling anymore, we just want to be there as support.  There is no problem if we have an agreement. You know where is the line. I will talk to you and you have my loyalty, but it doesn't mean that I will jump in your bed wh...
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Broken Knight By L.J Shen #CoverReveal

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“Not all love stories are written in the same way. Ours had torn chapters, missing paragraphs, and a bittersweet ending.” Broken Knight, the highly anticipated new standalone in the All Saints High series from USA Today bestselling author L.J. Shen is coming August 25th, and we have the red-hot cover! Luna Rexroth is everyone’s favorite wallflower. Sweet. Caring. Charitable. Quiet. Fake. See, under the meek, tomboy exterior everyone loves yet pities is a girl who knows exactly what – and who – she wants. Namely, the boy from the treehouse, who taught her how to curse in sign language. Who taught her how to laugh. To live. To love. Knight Cole is everyone’s favorite football hero. Gorgeous. A...
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Book Review: “Jake, Lucid Dreamer” by David Naiman ️️️️️

I just emailed David Naiman to thank him for sending me a copy of “Jake, Lucid Dreamer” for my review. I told him I’d take a day or so to find the right words; words which might do justice to this great novel. I lied. No sooner the email whooshed away I started tapping on … Continue reading Book Review: “Jake, Lucid Dreamer” by David Naiman ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ → Original link
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Review of Jeremiah Kildare and The Wolf of the same County

I just received this terrific review from Book Angel for my Short Story: Jeremiah Kildare and The Wolf of the same County.This is a short supernatural story which fits a remarkable amount in given its length. The writing paints a very quick picture of his current life and how he can to be living like that, and describes the kind of person he is, as well as the bleakness of the land he inhabits. As a character there is little to say about him, but as the only one in the piece, his silence is understandable, and his actions speak loudly for him. The supernatural element is kept until the end, but makes it's impact when it does appear.Overall, an ideal coffee break story to while away 15 minute...
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5 kinds of obstacles to your success


If you ask yourself why your progress is too slow and why you are still standing on the place, make the analyze inside of you. It is not a curse and a lack of powerful acquaintances. It is not a high force. These factors stand on your way: Fear. You are afraid of what you might be. You are not aware of this but imagine that you are in public now? Are you trembling? Are you afraid to lose privacy? Shyness. You are afraid to ask someone to help you. You are insecure about your qualities. You think others are better than you. Ego. You think you know all the best but collaboration is necessary. You don't want to admit mistakes. Fake friends. Cut off all connections with doubters. Empty promises....
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Act like diva


Never let someone build your ego in a way that you are chasing him. I know a woman in love will do many crazy things but don't let a man knows that you are interested in him. Tell him jokes. Be busy. Talk about ordinary things. Smile and look pretty. Be surrounded by friends. That is what's divas do. They are not a second choice. They are not waiting for anyone. They don't beg for attention. Check out my book. There is no happy end for romance but the happy end is related to self-respect. Original link Original author: Kristina Gallo
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Book Review: “Heir of Ra” by Maciek Sasinowski

For those of us who love mysteries, “Heir of Ra” is the cat’s meow. It’s got all the elements: Egyptian archeology, a deadly disease dispersed via a curse, secret societies, conspiracies, likeable protagonists and fiendish antagonists. Sasinowski writes well. The story moves fast and it’s entertaining. The suspense is palpable and keeps the reader up … Continue reading Book Review: “Heir of Ra” by Maciek Sasinowski → Original link
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A Bit About Damascus Mincemeyer

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1. Tell me about you. Age (if you don’t mind answering), married, kids, do you have another job etc… ​Well, I’m Damascus. Nice to meet everyone. I came from a tough town near St. Louis, Missouri that wasn’t the most auspicious place for a brainy kid with an interest in the weird and obscure to thrive. I was a loner and an oddball (still am), and didn’t have many friends when I was younger, which is how I managed to hone my writing and drawing skills–through lots of enforced alone time during middle and high school. Home was a refuge, though, where I could dream and just be a kid, which was all I could ask for. ​I realized not too long ago that my fascination with horror stories stems from th...
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How to find right business connections?


When you walk on the hard path of betrayal and disloyalty, you will be frustrated. Everyone will be the same for you, the face you can't trust. Someone who will screw you. Another one who will use you and take advantage.  This is not the right way if you want success.  The first step to recover from traitors is to forget the past. Don't look back, you are not going that way. It means: If someone rejected you in the past, let him stay there. Don't beg for return and don't accept if he changes mind.  If someone called you after century passed, don't accept this call. Ignore and go forward. The second step is to stop comparing people. We are different, and if someone reminds you of the bad pers...
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A BIT ABOUT SK BERIT


1. How old were you when you first wrote your first story? I still have it. Third grade, I believe it was. 2. How many books have you written? One so far. The Little Book of Big Roolz, which came out in November. 3. Anything you won’t write about? Rape is right out. Nope, not going to write about that shit. Let somebody else cover it. 4. Tell me about you. Age (if you don’t mind answering), married, kids, do you have another job etc… I identify as chronologically 60 but my emotional age is fluid. I can be dead serious with one breath and make double entendres with the next. Maybe ‘dynamic’ is a better term. I wouldn’t say ‘volatile’ fits. Nope. Not in the least. I am divorced, lo these past ...
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Why some men think that all women can be their property?


When a man is handsome, it is his advantage. Many doors will open to him, and many women will ask for his attention. What makes a difference is how that man use his attraction, on bad or a good way? Some guys act like morons. They will use their sexy appearance to treat women like cheap trash. They will try to use them just for sex and then throw them. They will use rich women to get money, young women to use their naivete, and depressed women to use their feeling of loneliness. Internet is a heaven for men with evil attention. Here how the story goes: "I am handsome, I can get every woman. I will follow her, like her photos and ask for Whatssup. Then I will ask her for naked photos. After t...
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