Kidney Stones: Natural Remedies

Nearly one in 11 Americans will develop a kidney stone during their lifetime, according to the American Urological Association, and for at least half of those afflicted, it isn’t just a one-time occurrence. Since the experience can be very painful, it’s important to know that there are steps you can take to prevent another attack. […]

via Natural Remedies for Kidney Stones — Cooking with Kathy Man

Elixir-Daily Prompt 

Love the highest energy of all its quick not to fail, it’s potent potion is strong and true.

Two lovers see the story so clear as they gaze upon the manifestation of their desires. Naked they are in a never ending cycle of the divine.

“Are you Seeking the secret?” one whispers into the ear of the other.

“Yessss…” the other answers in delight yet, sweeping mystery shrouds over the question as a silent pause settles between them.

“Hmm..Then feel me, my dear lover.”

With a passionate embrace, the two lovers unite into a blissful interlude. Every moment they share together allows water to pour everywhere and flames of fire to ignite around them.

As their feelings unite with their thoughtful bliss they stop to glare in each other eyes. It was there in each other’s eyes they saw each other’s majestic reflection.

Now, what are we to do? They thought desperately and with authentic anticipation for their next course of action.

As the day drew closer they continued to hold each other in wonder and with awe. The pleasure of their destined interaction still infuses their bones.

Suddenly, an inner wind found its place on their lips and they spoke in a timely unison, “Now, we shall Love.”

Source: Elixir

Poetry Muse Tips

National Poetry Month doesn’t have to be a time just to celebrate other authors’ successes–you can celebrate yours, too! And once you’ve published your volume of poetry, you’ll necessarily need to market it, and effectively. So, how does one make that happen? Here are eight simple tips to get you started: Know your audience. Understand […]

via It’s National Poetry Month … Are You Ready? — Self-Publishing News for Self Publishing Authors

Top Writing Tips Posts of Fall 2016 — Books and More

Originally posted on A Writer’s Path: ? Hello everyone! Winter is pretty much here, so it’s time to take a look back to check out the top writing tips posts of this past fall. Feel free to click any of the links below to take a read. Results are calculated by page views. ? What…

via Top Writing Tips Posts of Fall 2016 — Books and More

Closed for business: Two big things that could penalize your Amazon author account (and how to prevent them) — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

Food For Thought…

Make no mistake. If you have heard me speak before almost anywhere or read anything I have to say about writing, I emphasize one thing above all else: “You can be as artsy as you want to be while you are writing your book, but once it is finished, it is a product. A product…

via Closed for business: Two big things that could penalize your Amazon author account (and how to prevent them) — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog