Fiction, K.G. Bethlehem, literature, podcast, Uncategorized, writer, writing

Kaydee’s Thoughts for the Moment

*NEXT MONDAY!!!

January 21, 2019

WELCOME TO “Kaydee’s Thoughts for the Moment”

PRESENTED BY

K.G. Bethlehem

– THIS WEEK’S SHOW –

Why creating an extended universe is really a great idea

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/kgthoughts/2019/01/21/extended-universes

– I LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU! –

Call The Studio ~ 563-999-3086

Visit my site at http://www.kgbethlehem.com for more musing of fiction and thoughts of the day.

~ I Appreciate Your Support as always! ~

*Friends of the show:

God-Son Publishing

RadioCrown

FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM AT:

https://www.instagram.com/kgbethlehem/

#podcast #writing #scifi #fantasy #kgbethlehem #fictionwriter

dark fiction, fantasy, fantasy, Fiction, future fiction, K.G. Bethlehem, literature, podcast, science fiction, writer, writing

Kaydee’s Thoughts for the Moment…

*NEXT MONDAY!!!

January 21, 2019

WELCOME TO “Kaydee’s Thoughts for the Moment”

PRESENTED BY

K.G. Bethlehem

– THIS WEEK’S SHOW –

Why creating an extended universe is really a great idea

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/kgthoughts/2019/01/21/extended-universes

– I LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU! –

Call The Studio ~ 563-999-3086

Visit my site at http://www.kgbethlehem.com for more musing of fiction and thoughts of the day.

~ I Appreciate Your Support as always! ~

*Friends of the show:

God-Son Publishing

RadioCrown

FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM AT:

https://www.instagram.com/kgbethlehem/

#podcast #writing #scifi #fantasy #kgbethlehem #fiction

Fiction, K.G. Bethlehem, literature, poems, poetry, poetry readings, Uncategorized, writer, writing

An untitled piece by ANISAH HAMID (Friday Night Poetry Corner #193)

She Sits There Alone
The Viewspaper

 

 

 

Good evening everyone and welcome to another Friday Night Poetry Corner. This week, what a poem we have here. This poet, Anisah Hamid poem called—-well, it is untitled but it is thought awakening to say the least. Check it out and visit this wonderful poet when you can…

Anisah hamid

She belonged
to none,
yet belonged
everywhere.

View original post