Contest Vote For Emotions

The voting has ended. Showing the final vote count.

8 votes The Girl Most Likely by judiverse
6 votes Tender Persistence by Liz O'Neill
5 votes A Touch Of The Blues by BlueMarble
5 votes Regrets by Blue Hendrix
4 votes Echoing Memories of Regret by Mrs. KT
4 votes Depression by Michael Steinert
1 Vote Suffering by HarryT
1 Vote Envy by jenintorre
1 Vote Happy ? by zanya

Comments For The Girl Most Likely by judiverse

The Girl Most Likely is very interesting and exciting. l.

Easiest to relate to.

Comments For Tender Persistence by Liz O'Neill

Excellent workmanship in working with the metaphor. Wonderful pairing of the photo.

Comments For Depression by Michael Steinert

thoughts for sure.

Evocative, honest, embellished, superior...

A book by our Michael Hogan

Sebastian and the Invisible Island tells the tale of a young boy stranded on a mysterious island where his only hope for rescue lies in feuding extraterrestrials who also yearn for home.

“This is a great book to enjoy between parent and preteens or younger. It drew us with its intriguing tropical island setting, heroics and strange goings on.” -Sally

“Excellent reading material for the age group. A breath of fresh air for young people in an area that is growing darker.” –Robert

Available in Kindle ($2.99) and paperback ($9.97).
A book by our whitedesert

River of Dan is a science fiction novel that defines homo sapiens deep seated explorer spirit when confronted by a dying sun four and a half billion years from now, recreating the pioneering spirit brought about by the challenging environment they find themselves in and the will to survive. It follows these future earthlings as they finally break the bonds of science that had kept them in their own solar system, allowing travel to distant worlds light years away, seeking for a new home

Just released on Amazon! Preview it here.

Click here to find out more or to purchase it.

Advertise With Us

Voices in the wind
Someone is shooting Klan members and the law moves slowly.