White Stuff

22 Jul 19
Musically Inclined Nonsense

I suppose you can now call me a “seasoned traveler” with my recent escapade to Australia. This makes #10 on the list of countries I’ve been to (11 now if you count the full day I was stranded in a Thai airport because I sure as heck do!). I was elated to take on this crazy […]

22 Jul 19
The Big Garden and Croft

Mugwort is a plant with numerous traditional uses, including as a treatment for malaria, depression, joint pain, and a great deal more.  But it’s the use as a dye stuff that got us interested, and having read up on the subject, back at thome, we immediately set out once again to the track through the dunes at Smercleit where we had found numerous large specimens of the plant.

22 Jul 19
Goodbye Pork Pie Journey

This is the big moment, guys! This is the big moment. Goodbye Pork Pie Journey 6 is finally coming to an end! And right now, all six journeys have been accomplished. It’s a remarkable number. Six journeys. Six journeys and two years of organising them. Also, two years of spending my time with John. We […]

22 Jul 19
Art by Marcus Goater

Houston, we have a problem, The moon keeps moving! This Big Bunch of Stuff that we live in- is in constant motion. Everything – all the time. Duh! obvious right! But when moved by a full moon rising over a shimmering sea we dop a few pools of colour on to the palette, pick up […]

22 Jul 19
Where's My Valentine?

Article writer-Tang Cormier Not only have these eyes the most love, and are the most beautiful eyes the ever seen, but also they possess a somewhat drawing ability. They draw you into themselves like a magnet and you’re feeling that all you need to do is jump right inside of them, like a fresh mountain […]

22 Jul 19
Nevue Fine Art and Marketing

Featured Artist Elizabeth Grima shares her artistic journey and how she built a successful art business. Be sure to visit all of the places Elizabeth showcases her art. The links are located on the bottom of the interview. Featured Artist Elizabeth Grima Dave – Hello Elizabeth and thank you for joining me today. To get […]

22 Jul 19
The Story Files

I hadn’t seen my great aunt Sophia in five years because I had been travelling the world and Sophia only had a landline phone. So, I thought it would be nice to go and spend sometime with her. She was my oldest relative and I loved hearing the stories of her life, family members and […]

22 Jul 19
Literary Hub

I’d like to share with you excerpts from two consecutive entries in George Orwell’s Diaries. These were written on Scotland’s Isle of Jura, where he had gone off the grid in an attempt to complete Nineteen Eighty-Four. On August 16, 1947, he wrote: Last night saw the northern lights for the first time. Long streaks […]

22 Jul 19
Literary Hub

You wet your hair in the sink, then comb it back, slick as a new trash bag. You look nice. Okay, so your name is Ricky. You are twenty-three years old. People say you’re sweet. You say to them, “No, I’m not.” But you are. You know you are. You can’t help it. It’s like […]

22 Jul 19
More Books Than Shoes

Welcome to a new feature I’m hoping to make a regular thing on my blog, how regular is yet to be seen as it depends on the response of willing contributors and reactions. I’ll be asking fellow bookworms 10 questions about books etc. and including a photo of them. This will hopefully, show the diversity […]

22 Jul 19
Vitamin B- 17 Tablets

Are you looking for vitamin B-17 tablets for cancer? Are you suffering from cancer? Throughout the years there have been various blended messages about apricot parts, which contain the questionable nutrient B17 (otherwise called Amygdalin), and their viability in both treating malignant growth and keeping it under control. Amygdalin is an atom with four segments […]

22 Jul 19
FIRST DATE, WORST DATE EVER!

One day a few years back, my next-door neighbor came over and asked me to take her to Safeway. She was the same age as my mom, which put her in her mid-eighties, so I agreed. I dropped off the neighbor at Safeway and then ran to the post office to mail my package. When […]

22 Jul 19
Short story ebooks

AN ENCOUNTER Click Here For Audiobook Version- AN ENCOUNTER It was Joe Dillon who introduced the Wild West to us. He had a little library made up of old numbers of The Union Jack, Pluckand The Halfpenny Marvel. Every evening after school we met in his back garden and arranged Indian battles. He and his fat young brother […]