Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
I want to give a warm welcome to our Guest Author for this week, Erin Moore! Erin's brand new book, Kissed by Moonlight, was just released and we are so happy to have Erin here today to tell us not only about Kissed by Moonlight (of course!) but also to learn a little more about werewolves in general.
The stage is yours, Erin!
Blurb from Kissed by Moonlight:
Aelric has never had a problem with women; he’s a master of seduction. So when his alpha orders him to seduce Morgane for information about her clan, he accepts. He’s entranced by her supple curves and soft lips, but for once, he wants more than just her body. He wants her for his mate. But he can’t reveal his true identity, or his intentions. For he’s part of a rival clan of werewolves intent on the domination of Morgane’s pack. And dark forces are gathering that might destroy their fiery relationship…
Thank you so much for joining us today, Morgan and all the best of luck with Kissed by Moonlight!
Here are Morgan's links for Kissed by Moonlight:
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Author Ally Shields' latest book, Fire Within, was just released on Friday and is already a big success! Congratulations Ally and welcome! We are so glad that Ally and her main character (a witch named Ari) have taken time out of their busy schedules and are able to join us today. Take it away Ally and Ari...
|Ari's ACTUAL Closet!|
Absolutely and thank you so much Ally, we've loved having both you and Ari and now we know what witches keep in their closets! (You just never know what you'll learn from reading this blog.) Best wishes for continued success and we look forward to having you back again soon (Ari, too!)!
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Actual photo of Mars taken by Nasa's Curiousity Mars Rover.
Enhanced-color image shows differences in the terrain.
Author Cindy Borgne is here today to discuss her two books “Seer of Mars” and its sequel “Visionary of Peace.”
Thanks for being with us today, Cindy and the very best of luck to you! Please come back and visit again soon!
Monday, March 4, 2013
The Lost Pleiad O! How calm and how beautiful--look at the night! The planets are wheeling in pathways of light; And the lover, or poet, with heart, or with eye, Sends his gaze with a tear, or his soul with a sigh. But from Fesole's summit the Tuscan looked forth, To eastward and westward, to south and to north; Neither planet nor star could his vision delight, 'Till his own bright Pleiades should rise to his sight. They rose, and he numbered their glittering train -- They shone bright as he counted them over again; But the star of his love, the bright gem of the cluster, Arose not to lend the Pleiades its lustre. And thus, when the splendor of beauty has blazed, On light and on loveliness, how have we gazed! And how sad have we turned from the sight, when we found That the fairest and sweetest was "not on the ground."
John Brainard, 1796-1828
Pleiad (ˈplaɪəd) — n one of the Pleiades (stars or daughters of Atlas)
Friday, March 1, 2013
The following info. on Edgar Cayce is from Catalyzing Change
Edgar Cayce (1877-1945)
Cayce’s Three Atlantean Halls of Record were located in Egypt near the Sphinx, underwater in the Bimini area, and in the Yucatan area possibly near the ancient Maya city of Piedras Negras (Spanish for Black Rocks) in Guatemala. The latter location was not specifically named in the readings, but from clues and details given in several readings, researchers in the 1930s determined Piedras Negras to be the correct location. The Cayce readings state that the records were saved prior to the final destruction of Atlantis around 10,500 B.C. Stone tablets, linens, gold, and other artifacts are stored in the Halls. The records relate the entire history of humanity including the beginnings “when the Spirit took form or began the encasements” in physical bodies in the ancient lands of Mu and Atlantis. They also contain information about the ancient practice of building pyramids.