Apr 6 Fun Video: Dog Wants a Kitty
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Dog Wants a Kitty by Pets Add Life This big, bad doggie wants a little, fluffy kitty and Pets Add Life do a great voice over or is it really the dog talking... Who knows but it is great fun to watch. We have a few funny videos of pets talking now, so do search our selection for the best of the best.......
Mar 17 A Short Sci-Fi Story: Black Box Blues
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Just as we emerged from the gateway two indicators came to life on our car’s console. The green light indicated that this cluster’s navigation data had been.........
Mar 17 Article: Smooth Operator
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Every set of “travel misadventure” stories has at least one “ladyboy” experience, we’ve all seen them regurgitated a thousand times and it all comes down to “got this gorgeous girl back to my hotel room and it was really a ma ... ahh you know the rest”... So how about meeting “this gorgeous girl” that you know is a bloke from the outset but you carry on and develop a completely non-sexual relationship anyway because you are so intrigued with h...
Mar 15 Article: The Magic of Spirit
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Go back to that time in your life when you have seen a magician, a film about magic or read a book and never forgotten that magical moment, lost in the world of the unknown, fantasy and magic it takes you too. Take time to sit and watch children absorbed in their play, in their own magical fantasy world, and the pure innocent love of the young is a magical feeling to experience.......
Mar 14 Article: Why a spirit of adventure can help you to become a memoir ...
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Memoirs have become an incredibly popular genre of book in recent years. I don’t know when it started, but for me, the first memoir I read, which was Peter Mayle’s A Year in Provence got me hooked on reading about people’s lives in foreign countries. I didn’t realise it at the time, but it was also the book that started me on my own memoir writing career.......
Mar 11 Article: 6 lessons about the business of being an author
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In 2014 I independently published my first book through Amazon’s Createspace and KDP. The process taught me a lot about writing, publishing, marketing and mainly myself. Recently, I was asked to address a local business group about the process of “being a writer” but as I considered what to talk to them about, I began to realise that the experience of Independent Publishing has taught me six lessons about business in general.......
Mar 11 Fun Video: Pet Interviews - Guinea Pig
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Pets Add Life: Pet Interviews - Guinea Pig. So what would a guinea pig say in an interview, well lets find out by watching this very funny video, I had tears of laughter watching it! Footage of Rory submitted by minipigsDOTcom......
Mar 11 Fun Video: Pets Add Life: Wet Dog!
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A very very wet and unhappy dog from Pets need a pal to talk to. Starring Oakley. Oakley has just had a bath and he is not happy, watch him tell his owner off, it is very funny!......
Mar 9 Article: The Social Author
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So you have written your novels and they sit waiting to be grabbed off of Amazon or one of the other Internet Book Stores and there they sit waiting and waiting. The problem with Amazon or anywhere else is they have millions of books, sadly they have thousands of books written by authors just like you that are free, free books are great, a lot of them are well written but the problem is, if readers are reading a free book then they are not rea...
Mar 4 Fun Video: Talking Kitty Cat 44 - BAD! BAD! BAD!
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Steve finds a stray kitten and names it Random kitten, here is Random Kittens reaction to the rest of the family. Sylvester, Gibson, Shelby Gurl (the dog) and SteveCash83. Cats can not really talk can they? Well since all cat owners speak to their cats, it makes you think!......
Mar 1 Article: How to brand yourself as a writer?
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A writer has to analyze his write ups and the subjects he is passionate to write about. He has to ponder over the kind of stories he likes to tell, narrate or serve to his readers. Eventually, that will help him attract the kind of readers that love to read such topics.........
Mar 1 Article: From The Life Of Riley: Feb 2016
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Only a crow heckles me as I trudge through the icy snow covering the North Country Trail. When I left my house minutes earlier, the morning temperature read seven degrees. By now, the sun has risen above the ridge line. While not deep, the snow has drifted in parts and I take care to stay on the trail. Summer taught me a cliff looms. A gurgling brook comes into earshot and I can picture the frigid water tumbling beneath sheets of ice. The star...
Feb 22 Article: How To Create A Game From Your Bookcover!
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Did you get stuck trying to create a game on Readers Gazette, if so use this walk through to get that game finished. We have 3 games, a memory game, a hangman game and a sliding tiles jigsaw type game to choose from.......
Feb 20 A Short Horror Story: PRESS START
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They say video games can be addictive, but little did Justin realize; that in this case it’s a literal statement. For he became addicted to one game in particular. Justin’s your average twenty-something gamer, that once had a stable life, job and relationship; but all that changed when his gaming started getting out of control; ruining his life. He got fired from his job as he slacked off, playing games during business hours. He lost his apart...
Feb 17 Article: Doing the Write Thing for your Kids
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My son, James, is now 21. He is no angel, he is not perfect, but he is mine! There have been times over the years when I could have happily strangled him and other times when he has made me feel very proud. What he is, is a very articulate, well-spoken young man who has been able to hold complicated conversations with people from an early age. I think that my mother got it right when she told me, years ago, that being a parent is the only job ...
Feb 17 A Short Adult Horror Story: REQUIEM OF A MONSTER
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How long have I been walled up in here? How many rats and flies have I named, and feasted with? How many days have I paced beneath the meager half-light these narrow barred windows afford me? How long since my children have known the embrace of me, their mother? My persecutors assail me with accusations, more befitting some trashy storybook than any act that I know, and all the while seizing my estate for their own petty whims. Abduction, mole...
Feb 16 A Short Relationship Story: The Burial
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A cool, gentle breeze rustled through the Magnolia trees, dispersing the sweet fragrance of the flowering buds and jostling a lackadaisical bumblebee. A teenager in a borrowed, over-sized suit stood next to a pile of dirt in an approximate twelve by twelve area, surrounded by an obviously homemade, knee-high, aged wooden fence. His boyish face, spotted with evident pubescent acne, also showed signs of a sparse blond mustache, more in the line ...
Feb 15 A Short Fantasy Story: A Man Trapped In A Cat
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If my memory serves me well it was on Friday, 13th July, at my father’s company beneficent dinner that my life turned upside down. That evening, I met the most beautiful girl. I was the lucky guy. well I thought I was, but I could not be more mistaken. My name is Michael and this is my story. A few days before that party, my inseparable friends Tom, Martin and Terry and I were in one of the most popular bars in the city, when a girl named Jasm...
Feb 14 A Short Fantasy Story: Kevin Smiled
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David Thomas looked at his watch. 2:00 pm, he couldn’t keep them outside any longer He got up walked to the door and opened it. “Take your seats, QUIETLY.” He told the class as they filed through the door. He’d already had enough of this but at fifty five he had to hang on that bit longer before he retired. Education had changed, and not for the better in his opinion. When he’d been at school the teachers were like gods. The children respected...
Feb 11 Article: The Family Unplugged
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Every year, for about five full days I go offline. And hands down, these are my favourite five days of the year! Yes of course its Christmas time. Starting on the 23rd my laptop goes in the drawer along with my phone and in the background you can hear distressed voices lamenting : “Mum ! There is something wrong with the internet! Mum my Netflix just froze! Muuuuummmmmm!” Me: “Sorry kids, there must be something wrong with the signal, I will g...
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