Writing Tips

Great information on websites with tools/books for writers. Reblogged from https://writerchristophfischer.wordpress.com


Here is a selection of useful blog posts for writers, too many to re-blog, so here are the links. img_5989

A Beginner’s guide for twitter  http://www.neetsmarketingblog.com/2017/01/beginners-guide-to-twitter-for-writers.html

How to get your book seen: https://authorbookpromotion.blogspot.co.uk/2017/01/authorhow-easy-is-it-to-find-your-books.html?showComment=1485321708710#c9097164031518130014

Do I need copyright for my book? https://ebooksuccess4free.wordpress.com/2017/01/05/do-i-need-to-copyright-my-book/

What hashtags to use https://ashliavalon.com/2016/12/27/179-hashtags-writer-needs-to-know/

And of course: Festivals in Wales  http://createdtoread.com/literature-festivals-in-wales-2017

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The ‘Lost’ Meteorites of Antarctica

Meteorites on or below the earth’s surface? Interesting. It would be fun to learn about what the planets were made of. More and more scientists are beginning to believe the origin of all creation as set forth in the book of Genesis in the Bible. But it doesn’t tell us what the planets were/are made of, nor what goes on in the planetary system, except to say that many have fallen from the sky in centuries past. Reblogged from https://alk3r.wordpress.com



Scientists will seek out the ‘lost’ meteorites of the icy continent, which could provide clues to planetary creation.

University of Manchester scientists are preparing for the first ever UK-led meteorite hunting expedition to Antarctica.

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Breathtaking Starry Skies of New Zealand

God’s phenomenal night lights captured by people who are willing to get out in the frozen wilderness and take photos like these. Thank you all photographers who love the natural beauty of God’s creation enough to brave the weather, take the pictures, and share them with the rest of us. Reblogged from https://alk3r.wordpress.com


New Zealand can be the scene of absolutely fantastic situations on an astronomic plan. The astrophotographers Jake and Jo Scott-Gardner indeed wander their mother country and especially the region of Queenstown in order to capture aurora borealis, shooting stars, meteors or the Milky Way with their cameras and satisfy their curiosity.

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Incredible Landscape Photography at Night

Ooooooh! Stupendous photos that capture moonlight, Aurora Borealis, the Milky Way, and glittering night sky. Of course this is reblogged from https://alk3r.wordpress.com


Andre Brandt is a Finish Carpenter by trade and also a hobby photographer currently lives and works in The Pas, Manitoba, Canada. Andre shoots mainly landscapes and night-sky including the Aurora Borealis and the Milky Way.

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