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Leviathan – One-liner Wednesday #1linerWeds

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So, the band Volbeat has a new song out called “Leviathan”, and every time I hear it, I can’t help but think this:

“Be careful with this song! If Leviathan does wake up, 2020 will really go down the drain!”

 

 

This post is part of the One-liner Wednesday prompt:
One-Liner Wednesday – Dreamin’


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How To Arouse Your Writing Inspiration – by Derek Haines…

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on Just Publishing Advice:

One of the best pieces of advice I ever got about writing was never waste time waiting for the muse to arrive.

If you are a writer, you write, and good writers know how to get inspired to write.

It doesn’t matter if you write articles, blog posts, poetry, short stories, or novels.

Finding inspiration and new writing ideas is a writing skill and part of the job.

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Creepy Book Inspiration from the Middle East

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David Collins | From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's bookThis is a guest post by David Collins. David is a marketing specialist and essay writerfrom Manchester, UK. He loves to share his ideas and knowledge about marketing, writing, and blogging with his followers through his blog. Currently, he is working as a marketerattop essay writing serviceandcollege paper.

Creepy Book Inspiration from the Middle East

We hear most of the haunting and creepy stories from the West, with tons of horror books and movies that come out each Halloween such as American Horror Story, Anabelle, Stephanie, The Exorcism of Emily Rose, and thousands more.

It’s not just westerners who love their creepy tales, though. The Middle East is home to several haunted places and horror books should be written about them, too.

For those of you looking for some out-of-the-ordinary inspiration, here are my eight favorite creepy places in the Middle East.

The Haunted…

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