Unusual spectacular cloud formations. Reblogged from https://alk3r.wordpress.com
What a great post for simplifying your sharing opportunities and growing your readership.. Reblogged from https://suzie81speaks.com
Blogging is now a viable career option and there are endless examples of bloggers who have monetised their site to the point where they can quit their 9-5 job and live the dream.
Consequently, the bloggosphere (blogisphere? blogosphere? There really should be some clarification on this) is filled with ‘Earning Reports’ (which I often ignore), along with a bajillion things that we should all be doing to optimise our traffic and increase engagement to our sites. I apparently need an email list, in which I should offer incentives. I should be part of an Instagram pod or tailwind tribe. I should be self-hosted and have a professionally designed site, I should have paid advertising across all of my social media. I should be building up my social media accounts by following and then unfollowing people.
No wonder so many bloggers are feeling overwhelmed or disappointed with the fact that…
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This might be a cool way to live for people who love the water and love fishing: build your house on a floating dock. Reblogged from https://alk3r.wordpress.com
More great information from thestoryreadingape on writing tracking scenes. Reblogged from https://legendsofwindemere.com
We’ve all been there. Stalking an enemy until we find the perfect chance to strike or discover their hideout. Then the author falls asleep or gets bored and throws the entire scene into chaos.
Having one character follow another can be tedious, especially if it lasts for a chapter. I’ve seen it done different ways too. Some authors only have villains do tracking, so it’s in the background. Others have the trackers so far away that they can talk and the physical act is secondary. Then there’s avoiding such scenes entirely. I like having some tracking scenes since Luke is a forest tracker. Pointless to give him the skills and never have him use them. I tend to fall into that second category, but there are ways to make it interesting.
- Have the prey throw in some tricks like crossing water and backtracking. This makes them appear…
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This is a great post on hearing God’s voice. Reblogged from https://thepearlsisters.blog
I have been a Christian for quite some time now. I always hear fellow Christians saying how Gold told them this or that but I just don’t understand how people hear Him or have direct conversations with God. I do pray and when I do I usually don’t get an answer. Yet other Christians are able to hear his voice. Please advice me on how I can hear Gods voice more clearly.
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Living alone on Marble Island, Alaska. Reblogged from https://alk3r.wordpress.com
Love the openness and soft lines of this house on the inside, the wide open scenery of the exterior design. Simple elegance. Reblogged from https://alk3r.wordpress.com