Washington State Patrol's Blog
With love and communication, we can solve all of the world's problems.
Because paradise is a library
Photography & Philosophy
The story of my journey...
Fantasy writer and illustrator
Young Adult Author
A Library of Literary Interestingness
Start small, succeed, expand!
Spreading Faith, Hope, & Love
Stuck in Sydney posting old photos taken with various camera phones on my world travels. Posting in arty Black and White and includes witty commentary 🇦🇺
Thoughts on the delusions and confusions of popular beliefs
Dream ~ Explore ~ Discover ~ Write
Books, writing, reading, words and images. I love them; do you?
My journey as I run, ride and live through cancer
Cozy up and read with me!
short stories, long vacations and lots of books
Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Historical Fiction
The World Through My Crazy Mind
Life in progress
Curriculum, explicit instruction, intelligent assessment, leadership and history
Fiction, nonfiction, and interviewing awesome people.
stories, poems and more
Still hot. (It just comes in flashes now.)
Visual works of Wayne Wolfson
Amin n'rangwa edanea
Disabled. Loud. Proud
Denise Ruttan, Author, Editor and Photographer
“Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.” — Maya Angelou
"One reader is a miracle; two, a mass movement." - Walter Lowenfels
Cherishing the Past while Celebrating the Present
Where Dreams Meet the Business of Writing
This above all: to thine own self be true, and it must follow, as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man.
Dieselpunk Roaring Twenties. Sarah Zama's Author Blog
By Sandra Js Photography - Make the rest of your life the best of your life.
The Truth for Kyle
It started as a 366 - now a regular Photoblog- just for the love of taking photos and sharing them.
Technology, Motivation,Travel, Politics
The kindest corner of the interweb
Fantasies, mysteries, comedies, recipes
WRITER Of SPECULATIVE FICTION & OTHER STUFF
Poetry & Books (& A Little More But Mostly Poetry & Books)
I can relate to that feeling. Maybe if I stretch far enough I won’t have to touch anything and I might be a tiny bit cooler?