Miss Sixty

17 Jun 19
The High Window

***** Peter Bennet: Mischief •  Keith Hutson: Baldwin’s Catholic Geese • Esther Morgan: The Wound Register • Helen Dunmore: Counting Backwards, Poems 1975-2017 • Szilard Borbély: Final Matters • Myra Schneider: Lifting the Sky • Jamie McKendrick: Anomaly • Konstandinos Mahoney:Tutti FruttiTutti • Kate B Hall: The Story Is • Valerie Lynch: So the Sky […]

17 Jun 19
Jen Med's Book Reviews

Hello everyone. Did you miss me? Didn’t think so. Sorry I’ve not been about for a few weeks but the pictures above should give you some clue as to what I’ve been doing that was far more interesting than writing weekly updates that only three people read. Yep – I’ve been doing nature and stuff. […]

17 Jun 19
Writer On the Go

Driving through the countryside, you will see acres of gnarly old vines, some dating back to the 1860’s . For decades Lodi has been producing some of the finest grapes in the state, and selling their produce to Napa and Sonoma wineries. Only recently have some of the family-owned vineyards starting producing their own wines.Generations […]

17 Jun 19
Sylvia Mardini - Internet Marketing Consultant & Online Marketing Expert

Internet marketing and the digital age is all about the youth and high-end technology. The planet consists of a significant percentage of older citizens who are at the end of retirement, and the government benefits are not enough for them. The idea of internet marketing is taken up by a larger group of population irrespective […]

16 Jun 19
The Week That Was...

The Weekly Enterprise, June 19, 1869 Mr. S. Ackerman, having purchased the entire stock, and fixtures of Jacob Brothers, and leased that store room, one of the best in the State, may hereafter be found at the new stand. This transaction gives Mr. Ackerman a very extensive stock of most desirable goods, which it will […]

16 Jun 19
Enlightening Writing

“‘The Lion is a big cat.  The lion can roar.  The lion lives in a group with other lions called a pride.  The lion’s babies are called cubs.’ The whole essay concludes with the words, ‘Now you know about lions.’”  Miss Bonnie and Mr. Mitchell both laughed at their co-teacher reading a paper from one […]

16 Jun 19
Real Estate Training Institute

IMPORTANT INFORMATION about Mississippi Real Estate Commission BACKGROUND CHECK Notice of Fingerprint-Based Criminal History Records Check Effective July 1, 2016, the Mississippi Real Estate Commission (MREC) requires that all applicants for a Mississippi real estate broker’s license or a real estate salesperson’s license, including nonresident licenses, and all applicants for renewal of any real estate […]

16 Jun 19
Avid Readers Global Network

The Sitcom Murders 1: Sexy Sixties Sitcom by Nicholas Victor (aka Nick Iuppa) What if the heroine of an immensely popular television sitcom suddenly learned that her show was being turned into a horror series by a deranged screenwriter? What if she was able to drive over to the writer’s home and confront him? What […]

16 Jun 19
Alan E. Hunter

Original publish date:  June 22, 2015 Reissue date:  May 2, 2019 Last week, we once again visited the famous “Paul is Dead” rumor that haunted the Beatles rock band for many years. Obviously, the rumor that Paul McCartney died in a November 1966 car accident was just a rumor, to many Beatlemaniacs during the final years […]

16 Jun 19
Quirky, Confused & Curvy

My car careened off the darkened country road and rolled three times before coming to rest on its side. I could feel the seat belt cutting into my body and the broken glass in my hair. I was vaguely aware that my friend L had been in the passenger seat but I couldn’t turn my […]

16 Jun 19
Cruspulvis

Books are universes, and some universes just swallow you whole.. They wrap you in clothes of their own, give you a different name and introduce you to creatures of their creation. It still makes me wonder how an author manages to give birth to a world of their own imagination and make it look so […]

16 Jun 19
Sassenach Saving

So this is the first month since I started properly recording my figures that I’m worse off than I was the month before. I might as well get used to this, as I don’t imagine market volatility is going to disappear any time soon. I’ve used a higher Zoopla based house value for the first […]

16 Jun 19
Streetsister

It’s Sunday, I don’t get to see my friends until tomorrow, but I miss them. I wonder where Shakes slept last night. Was it in a bank kiosk? I also wonder where Andre slept last night. Perhaps, it was behind the dumpsters in back of Starbucks.

16 Jun 19
Chasing Unicorns

He was given no choice. My grandparents forced him to take piano lessons. And my dad hated it. But then something clicked. His spirit and soul connected with the spirit and soul of that giant stringed instrument. His fingers figured out how to tickle the ivories, and his ears learned how steal any tune he […]

16 Jun 19
Archy Worldys

All the beginnings are complicated. Even more in professions such as cinema or music, where many are called and few are chosen. For that reason, musicians, actors, filmmakers and writers had to perform other occupations before being able to devote themselves entirely to what they liked. Here are some particularly striking cases … – Brad […]