Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Stephen Colbert's Lesson on Failure: You Have to Learn to Love the Bomb

G.G. Silverman
G.G. Silverman says “As I settle into Monday morning, I'm loving the Stephen Colbert talk on failure "You have to learn to love the bomb"” — Life is filled with moments of success and triumph, but it’s also riddled with failures that feel like they couldn’t be any worse. Take it from funnyman Stephen Colbert, and learn to revel in those moments.

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NEAFCY says “I STAND BY THIS COMMENT” — “@GRAVEYARDHOWELL In the words of @PNeafcy: "It's yours and Bertie's best work to date". But you can be your own judge very soon.”

What has been your favorite decade to date?

Lela Markham
Lela Markham says “What has been your favorite decade to date? via @pfiala — Join our Open Book Blog Hop and discuss what your favorite decade has been to date.  I discussed this with my husband because I wanted his opinion as well.  We both agree that the 80's was our favorite decade.  Why? First of all, there has been NO decade to date that had better music.  Disco aside, 80's music saw the dawn of fabulous hair bands the likes of Bon Jovi, Kiss, Poison, Aerosmith, Motley Crue, Van Halen, White Snake and I could go on and on. The 80's also brought us great inve…

How To Promote Your Book Using Pinterest

sharlene almond
sharlene almond says “How To Promote Your Book Using Pinterest — Mixtus Media” — If you were to stop by our house on an average Saturday morning, you would see our son playing Lego, Marcus catching up on his Twitter feed, and me devouring my Pinterest page. I don't know what it is about Saturday morning and Pinterest, but they go together like peanut butter and jelly for me.  And I'm not alone with my slight obsession with Pinterest: 72.5 million people (71% of that number are women) flock to the site. What's even more impressive - "According to Pinterest, 93 perc…

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Eli Kale
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My name is Mike Pratt but I write historical fiction under the pen name of Eli Kale. Here, you will find information about all of my projects, from writing to vlogging to fundraisi…