By Piper Bayard
Ukrainian “Darth Vader” Runs for Parliament
I don’t know about his stand on Putin’s invasion or light saber control, but he would definitely be responsive to terrorism.
Blogs and Articles in No Particular Order
Let’s kick off with a genuine potential apocalypse. Best article I’ve read so far on Ebola, via Tom Wyld. Six Reasons to Panic
The 12 Cognitive Biases that Prevent You from Being Rational, via Sonia Cywilko.
Celiac Disease Foundation’s 2014 Gluten-Free Halloween Treat List, via Kristy K. James.
Pakistani girl Malala Yousafzai spoke out against the Islamic fundamentalists who would quash education. The Taliban came to her school and shot her in the head, but she survived and continued in her mission. Recently, she won the Nobel Peace Prize for her work in advancing education. Via neuroscientist Nsikan Akpan, What Will Malala’s Nobel Peace Prize Mean for Girls’ Education?
Lisa Hall-Wilson shares some important cautions for those of us professionals who prefer to use Profile pages rather than Fan pages. Facebook Shut Down My Profile!
USA Today Bestseller Vicki Hinze asks, Cyber Security Awareness: Are You Protected?
The Issue Box is a new site where people discuss the issues on their minds without having to leave any personal information. Mark Kaplowitz tells us all about it in Big Announcement!
At A Girl and Her Kindle, USA Today Bestseller Peggy Webb tells us about Good Books and Good Friends, the writers behind RISKY BRIDES Bestsellers’ Collection. These outstanding authors generously gave Holmes and I a hand up by inviting us to include our debut novella, THE SPY BRIDE, in this collection. RISKY BRIDES is now available for ebook pre-order and will release on October 21.
Some great advice from Maureen Johnson for all of you writers out there, but it really applies to all endeavors of every flavor . . . Dare to Suck!
Question of the Week:
All the best to all of you for a week of making good choices.