Chris The Story Reading Ape: Post, Pin & Tweet – The BEST TIME to OUTREACH Infographic…

Photo post by @Storyreadingape.

Check out the post for a great infographic!

Source: Post, Pin & Tweet – The BEST TIME to OUTREACH Infographic…

Ape

Make the Holidays a Success for Your Book | Savvy Book Writers

. . Not even 7 weeks until Christmas and Hanukkah… Holiday Gift Campaigns, Book Sales Campaigns, or the launch of a new book: I have seen it too many times,

Source: Make the Holidays a Success for Your Book | Savvy Book Writers

stack of wood

3 Most Important Media Platforms for Writers | Savvy Book Writers

Book Marketing on a Shoestring Doris-Maria Heilmann 111Publishing Savvy Book Writers In some of my seminars and during publishing and book marketing consultations I meet authors that are not only new to writing, but also often have no

Source: 3 Most Important Media Platforms for Writers | Savvy Book Writers

Dan Alatorre: Did you want ME to interview YOU? Let’s get started!

Source: Did you want ME to interview YOU? Let’s get started!

(blog captured from Chris The Story Reading Ape’s blog)

Wrinkles

Well…do YOU?? I got 123 views when I re-blogged Dan Alatorre!!! Just CLICK ON MY NOSE to see which post got so much buzz!!

Cow Pasture Chronicles, Sheila M. Good: Access Denied!

Source: Access Denied!

Originally re-blogged on Chris The Story Reading Ape’s blog! Great information from Sheila M. Good!

Sheila M. Good Cow Pasture Chronicles

Sheila M. Good
Cow Pasture Chronicles

Mike F. Shaw, Photographer: The Forgotten

Mike F. Shaw, Photographer, has started a new Facebook page, The Forgotten.  His commitment to helping the homeless is portrayed by his captivating images. Please like this page to help this noteworthy cause.

The Lost Souls of Society by Mike F. Shaw, Photographer

Copyright (C) 2015 Mike F. Shaw

The Ghosts We See

They pass you by but you do not see, rather you want not to see. The ghosts that are alive but not through their eyes, life is a struggle, just passing by, unseen, unnoticed.

But I see, I see the long unkempt hair and the unshaven face, the sockless feet in shoes that are too big. I see the empty stare as you walk forward through the crowd, always forward, always ignored until you are nothing more than a living ghost. Fleeting glimpses as they look up from phones, from the cracks in the pavements they would rather look at, too many reminders, too much pain that they could be you, look away, do not see, pretend all is well with the world.

To many living ghosts, how soon before you cannot look away anymore?

Copyright (C) 2015 Mike F. Shaw