Posted by Flora Cox on Oct 20, 2014 | 0 comments
Travel inquisitive person is well aware of the picturesque beauty of Srilanka; the Island nation in the northern part of the Indian Ocean. However along with all those ‘not to miss places’, from scintillating Adam’s peak to all those exotic beaches all around the perimeter; there lies an unfathomable varieties of traditional realm in this small, yet very big cultural nation. The...
Posted by Maralyn D. Hill on Oct 17, 2014 | 0 comments
I thoroughly enjoy the statistics I receive from Statista. Here is the latest graph on Facebook vs. Twitter. The infographic spells it all out, but you can read more by following the link below. It’s up to you where you spend your social networking time. In either case, I would link the accounts.
Statista says “Facebook and Twitter are the world’s most popular social networks but...
Posted by Maralyn D. Hill on Oct 15, 2014 | 0 comments
“Your Truth in Fiction”
A Writing Workshop
Great fiction writing starts here!
Dorland Mountain Arts Colony in Temecula, CA presents: “Your Truth in Fiction” a Writing Workshop with noted author Lisa Fugard.Sunday, November 2, 2014
25% discount for Associate...
Posted by Maralyn D. Hill on Oct 5, 2014 | 0 comments
It took just a few pages before I was caught up in Crete, past and present. Aurelia with her research, passion, and love of the area, weaves the folklore, customs, mysteries, cuisine, and people into a novel that holds your interest all the way through.
Legends of the past are still prevalent today. Others bring old and new together. Not being Greek, it gave me a better understanding of this island...
Posted by Maralyn D. Hill on Oct 2, 2014 | 0 comments
I contributed to the Chain of Souls Kickstarter Campaign to bring Chain of Souls to the big screen.
Why, you may wonder. As a child and adult, I’ve always been interested in the Salem Witch Trails. When I read the books, I was hooked on how much sense they made to the history that surrounds Salem. I can always remember driving through Salem, MA on the way to Gloucester, MA or Rockport, MA and having...
Posted by Maralyn D. Hill on Sep 30, 2014 | 0 comments
I really enjoy these info graphics from Statista. Since more of us are using and encouraged to use more and more video in our posts, I think you will find this chart quite helpful. There is a big difference between your target market, smartphone or tablet, as to the length of the video.
You will find more statistics at Statista
Maralyn D. Hill, M.Ed., The Epicurean Explorer
Posted by Maralyn D. Hill on Sep 25, 2014 | 0 comments
By Flora Cox
Australia consists with a vast range of forest-cover than its landmass for habitats for humans. It mainly consist with the six to seven forest types such as eucalyptus, rain forest , mangrove forest., etc., Though it is an Island that consist with 147 million hectares of forest-cover and it shares its bio-diverse with 457 world forest communities. The biodiversity of Australian forest covers...
Posted by Maralyn D. Hill on Sep 23, 2014 | 0 comments
2015–The Fifth Annual Program is now Accepting Entries.
The thrill of your ebook qualifying for an award.
• An official sticker for your ebook cover, website, and promotion materials.
• A free listing in Publishing Poynters Marketplace offering copies of your book for reviews in...