Author Interview – Claire S Crawford – Settling for Perfect & Fantasy for Real (Ruth and Adam Book 1)

Hey there everyone.

Welcome to the start of another exciting week.

(If it’s not that exciting for you then I hope to change all that tonight!)

For the Author Interview Series, we have a treat for you all in the form of our guest Australian Romance author Claire S Crawford, as she takes the stand to spice things up a bit and give us her own motivations to write.

Here we go and enjoy the show.


Hi there Claire, thank you spending time with us today to talk to us about your books and put a little more steamy romance into our lives.

Let’s start with your latest novel “Settling for Perfect”. That sounds good to me! I wouldn’t want to settle for anything less than perfect. So what kind of lustful adventure will our hero Arna find herself partaking in your book, as she refuses to be influenced by her ‘friends’ in choosing any old man that comes her way? Tell us how your tale unfolds but don’t give too much away 😉

Arna is your unconventional romantic heroine. A twenty-something single girl, she has never wanted the traditional ‘happily-ever-after’. Loving her life and her challenging career, she is content with her close circle of friends, and while on the look-out for a sexy, handsome man, isn’t in any rush for commitment.

However, she soon discovers that her lack of interest in a diamond ring and baby has left her on the outer. Cast aside by her friends, Arna is devastated and is forced to question what she really wants in a man. Will she ever find her Mr Perfect?

Struggling to make sense of the competing expectations of her family and friends, and the desires of her own heart, Arna is determined to find a sexy, handsome man who is loyal, committed and will satisfy her long-term with knee-trembling passion. However, it is not an easy task! It seems the men attracted to Arna are the exact opposite of what she longs for; or already married.

Jam-packed with action, Arna sets off on a rollercoaster of emotional highs and lows, lust and sizzling hot scenes on her quest for love and her happily-ever-after!


You also have written a novel called “Fantasy For Real (Ruth and Adam Book 1)”. Please tell us how this differs from your Settling for Perfect novel, what story arc we are going to encounter with the characters and what sort of sexy cat and mouse games they are going to play with each other in pursuit of their dreams and fantasies made real?

“Fantasy for Real” features your more typical contemporary romance heroine and hero. Ruth is a small town girl who has moved to the big city, heart set on opening up a fashion store featuring her own fresh and flattering designs. She’s smart and keen to succeed on her own but also just a little bit shy! She is a true romantic at heart, and after meeting the gorgeous Adam Grace, refuses to be disheartened by her friend who is keen to knock her back to reality; apparently men never call when they say they will!

The ‘cat and mouse games’ are unintentional on the part of both Ruth and Adam, with life and personal commitments (damn Ruth’s day-job and Adam’s ‘secret’ career…) shoving hurdles in the way that just get harder to jump over. Ruth realizes she has to push that ‘shy girl’ aside if she’s going to get her man and make all her fantasies come true.

If your novels were to be made into movies, who would you cast in the lead roles?

Gosh! This is such a tricky question and one I always struggle with. I love the idea of casting an ‘unknown’ actress for the heroine roles, mainly because I see my female leads as ‘ordinary girls’ who find their Mr Sexy in ways they least expect. I think it would be excellent to see an aspiring actress launched into stardom in the same way my heroines are whisked away to their ‘happily-ever-after’.

The actresses must be the kind that ‘real women’ will relate to, and I particularly like the role-modelling of positive body images; it’s a no-brainer that both ‘Arna’ and ‘Ruth’ must be played by women with curves and ‘imperfections’!

I’m a big fan of personality and not just looks when it comes to actors. Of course, the personality is the most variable when it comes to ‘character’, and depends entirely on the scene! I have seen some actors who are absolutely gorgeous and lust-worthy in one movie and a complete cringe-fest in another.

As much as I hate reverting to stereotypes, my male characters are the ‘tall, dark and handsome’ types. However, I would definitely be holding an audition and asking each of the men to do their best impression of sexy, assertive and masculine, with a hint of fun, cheeky and gentleman! Not much to ask for…

What do you find the most difficult thing about writing? And what do you find the easiest?

I’ve always been a long-term planner, but someone who needs to make short-term goals with ‘easily foreseeable’ achievements to stay motivated. Balancing the reality that a book takes time to write, edit and perfect, with the need for more immediate gratification, has its challenges!

I spend a lot of time ‘thinking’ about plot lines, characters, twists and scenes, and rarely sit down to write until I have a fairly established idea of what I’m going to do. However, organising the many competing thoughts and ideas in my head is still a battle of time and priority!

I have learned to relax and let the ideas sift through, without putting any pressure on myself to produce anything tangible, but when I’m working on a particular project, I set a strict word count for daily writing. Once I have a clear idea for a particular book sorted in my head, the writing itself is incredibly easy.

To satisfy my need for ‘achievement’, I set goals around when I want to finish a draft, or find another ‘challenge’ to give me a sense of fulfilment. For example, I recently came across a contest which closed in a fortnight, and required the first three chapters and a synopsis. I set myself the challenge to write a book (fifty-thousand-word draft) in less than two weeks. The personal satisfaction I gained from meeting my goal inspired me through the next month of editing and redrafting a different manuscript which probably won’t see an audience for a while yet!

Who are some of the authors in general that inspire you?

I must confess, being an introvert, I struggle to name external sources of inspiration, as everything I see, read and absorb blends together in my mind to form my own internal inspiration. I genuinely find it hard to name individual authors who have inspired me, as so many different authors from different genres have motivated me over the years in varying ways.

I still think back fondly to the books I read as a child and young teenager, and as far as ‘story-telling’ is concerned, they probably inspired me the most, but I’d be hard pressed to remember the authors!


What sort of research do you do to write your books?

People and relationships fascinate me, and the situations people find themselves in, intentionally and unintentionally, provide useful background information for contemporary romance. I also have professional qualifications in law and social science, plus a wealth of life experience from travelling the world and working in several different industries. I guess you could say I use ‘observational’ and ‘ethnographic’ research methods for my characters and the situations they find themselves in!

My books are all set in the present, some in fictional places and others in major capitals. I’ll either draw on my existing knowledge of places I have visited or make good use of Google.

Why do you write? What inspired you to become a writer?

I have always loved writing, or at the very least, crafting entertaining stories! I recall as a child scrawling lengthy manuscripts in pencil or livening up the chores by narrating mysteries to my siblings! I have continued to write fiction on an off since childhood, although the genres have changed over the years.

I honestly can’t tell you what inspired me to write to begin with, but now I write fiction as an escape from an otherwise serious world. I love immersing myself in different characters, and planning and plotting exciting new realities. Once a story is crafted, I particularly enjoy sharing it with other people to provide them with an escape into fantasy-land. If just one person loves my books, I feel inspired to continue to write!

What keeps you motivated during creative slumps? How do you deal with Writers Block?

I have to admit that I have never bought into Writers Block. I know that creative slumps happen, but I have always been so busy with different focuses and priorities at different times in my life, I can’t say I have ever experienced a gaping hole from lack of inspiration.

Even when I haven’t been focusing on fiction writing, I am a chronic day-dreamer, and have countless stories racing through my mind. I usually have the opposite issue of finding time to sit and write, rather than struggling to find material to write about.

In saying that, my preferred genres have changed over the years and I won’t always focus on the same type of writing. I also enjoy writing non-fiction and the six years I spent studying while simultaneously working and/or having babies, filled my innate need to ‘write’, albeit of a more serious nature.

If I am working on a particular project and have set myself a word count for the day, I make myself write about something, no matter how bad the content. I guess I am quite organised and disciplined and rarely accept any excuse for not completing a goal I have set myself to achieve. Of course, I also accept that some days it’s just not worth the struggle and am quite happy to do nothing at all!

You have access to a time machine. What advice would you give to your younger self?

I made so many terrible decisions in my younger years, but the consequences of those decisions has resulted in me being the person I am today! If I really had to give my younger self advice, it would be to have the confidence to do what I want to do, and not worry about what other people think.


How do you spend your free time when you are not writing?

At the moment I spend my free time writing! I have two young children with my third due in December 2016 and also work part time to pay the bills. If there are enough hours in the day after family and work, I enjoy catching up with friends, relaxing and doing absolutely nothing, or taking time out for my other creative hobbies.

Tell us more about your upcoming projects. Are you working on anything specific or have plans in the pipeline?

My major project at the moment is publishing my range of contemporary romance e-novellas. I am releasing a new book every 1-2 months over the next year as a way to establish myself in the market. The manuscripts are all prepared but of course there is always more work to be done with editing, proofreading and finalising!

I will be taking time out of my paid job next year for maternity leave and intend to spend what free time I have working on full length manuscripts.

Finally, are there any nuggets of wisdom that you can impart to other aspiring writers?

Write, write, write and write, and keep writing! Seek feedback at every opportunity, and don’t be disheartened by criticism. Be ruthless in your editing and try not to become personally attached to sentences, paragraphs or even scenes where they add nothing to your story. Once your story is out there, let it go. And most of all, have fun!

And that’s a wrap! Thank you for being with us Claire, we look forward to checking out your sizzling books 🙂



Claire S Crawford is a contemporary romance author who has traveled the world, lived her dreams and had her fair share of dramatic, lustful and adventure-filled romances.

She writes fast-paced, raunchy books full of desire, fantasy and sizzling hot passion. Her characters are fun, flirty and sexy, and always find their ‘happily-ever-after’, albeit with a dash of drama along the way.

Claire loves to escape from ‘real life’ into her fictional worlds. She has a wealth of experience; ‘life’ and professional, and uses her rich patchwork of knowledge as inspiration for her books. She is married to a wonderful man and has a young family.

You can connect with Claire on the following Social Media channels:-

Amazon Author Page:- Claire S Crawford – Amazon Author Page
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Website:- Sassy, fun and fabulous! The Website of Author Claire S Crawford

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If you too would like to be interviewed on my blog at TooFullToWrite and you have a book or a series of books that you would like us to chat about then fill out the Contact Me form here with your details and we can arrange a future interview slot.

Still want more? Well, Claire’s book “Settling For Perfect” deals with a protagonist who does not want to rush into or be pressured into a relationship where she has to settle for less. For more articles on the theme of ‘Waiting’ then check out the links below:-

1. theblackwallblog – Make The Choice Or…
2. Waiting to Breathe – confessionaddict
3. Carpe Diem – News By Naureen
4. Distant Freedom – Making Sense of Complications
5. My Mixed Blog – Waiting to Vote
6. Waiting – Caillen James — Author
7. Louiesse – Just a Minute
8. Telling the Truth – The Waiting Room
9. Waiting – The Inner Mirror
10. Kerry On Your Personal Assistant – Top 10 Reasons you need a Personal Assistant / Organizer
11. Ambivalence – ANGELAMONTIJO
12. Hope – The Learning Legacy
13. Author Cynthia Mackey – Creating the Book Cover
14. simply.cindy – Striving for Excellence
15. Waiting – nanasaysblog
16. That passion will always be waiting – Stanleyokoli’s Weblog
17. THE ICONOPHILE – Frozen Hope
18. Ideas for home decoration
19. Tick. Tock. – The Functional Perspective
20. Waterproof Mascara – Thoughts Of An E’ville Woman
21. “I’m still in love with you.” – Phoebe Louise
22. The Password is “Password” – Life Without You
23. What’s left – Into the Forgotten
24. shame – Separation: day one
25. Jensiper’s Blog – always waiting
26. Brendon Ward – Waiting: This is what we’ve been waiting for
27. Promises, Promises (Part 2) – Oddities and Ends
28. My luck so far – jessicasblog45
29. It’s only a matter of time… – Ms Skyfall
30. Stranger – Fifteen Minute Reads (Or Less)
31. A Poet’s Journal – The Worst Crime
32. Annette’s place – Daily prompt/waiting/10/18/2016
33. Waiting for Autumn – huntprayerpoems
34. No more waiting for me – The Little Writer That Could
35. A Mistake in Impatience – AINSWORDLY
36. Good things come to those who wait? – LOVE WHAT YOU DO
37. Photography Design and Print – Daliy Prompt – Waiting
38. While Waiting for Writing Projects to Come – Content for You
39. Quiet Leaders… – SUCCESS STRATEGIES
40. The Freewheeling series – Artisode #3 – teenspirit
41. Looking at You – Harlife Journey`s
42. Michael J. Fite – Why Wait On The Storm When You Have Sunshine Now?
43. Diary of a Married Woman – Waiting, a Limerick
44. Mainline_Matter – Lonely Waiting
45. So tired of waiting – In my world
46. Arizona Bachelorette Party – Unique Lovely Gifts
47. CRYING – Okoto Enigma
49. Their Waiting Game – Wanderlust
50. Jacki Kellum Juxtapositions: Read My Mind – The Importance of Learning to Wait
51. Elodie by Sarah Janks – New York Bridal – Sarah Janks
53. Waiting-heart… – maybeiamsure
54. Waiting – 4topher
55. 5 Ankle Strap Heels For Summer Outfits – Custom Shoes Blog
56. Poems and Petals – Waiting No More
57. lifeafterbefore – Waiting
58. Purposive Writer – Waiting
59. Boat cruise Dubai marina – Private Dinner for Two in Dubai – Yacht in Dubai
60. My Heart – Sithu’s
61. Authentic Tesla Touch 150W TC Box Mod – Vape Style Blog
62. tuckedintoacorner – a social lesson (150)
63. Waiting for a Miracle! – philosophicalpen
64. The Dream Machine – purplepumpernickelblog
65. Success Inspirers’ World – Waiting as you are waiting
66. The Hawk – byindiablue
67. Le Drake Noir – View of waiting
68. Success Inspirers’ World – I waited and waited
69. Rain in the desert – juanita394
70. GrannyMoon’s Morning Feast – Jack the Ripper
71. Time to stop waiting – Sana Thoughts..
72. The waiting… – ramyavivekblog
73. I Wait… – A Joiner’s Journey
74. ExplorewithMafaza – Tomato seeds
75. Illustrated Life – The Waiting branch.
76. Waiting for Something to Happen – Post des Tages
77. Waiting – Art and Life
78. Unending Anticipation – Leigha Robbins
79. witchlike – Jack the Ripper
80. Recovering From Abuse – Le Happyone
81. Southern Sea Muse – Waiting…
82. The One That Creates The Ache – xanthia rose
83. I waited for you to come – Life at 17
84. inspiration in progress – Waiting
85. Fluffy Pool – Change Back
86. Eden of Knowledge – Waiting for the Beauty of Autumn
87. Positively Un-broken – Stash
88. Waiting…(daily prompt) – my unremarkable story
89. masihbersambung – Shattered Glass
90. Vivid Dreamer – Benching Forwards
91. Lost Property Repository – The Wrong Kind Of Waiting.
92. Waiting at the traffic lights – Rawhead Rex
93. Waiting at the Airport – Unfolding From the Fog
94. Remember the Alamo…. – Serendipitous Web Life
95. Dipping Into the Heart – Be Present
96. Notes to Women – It Takes Courage
97. Never A Worry – [O.C.T.O.B.E.R. V-18] Two diamonds (Freewrite)
98. Sending & Receiving – Leanne Murphy
99. Suddenly Single… Minded – Bring it: Like an attack dog, he was ready
100. I wrote a book. Now what? – The bad…
101. Response to the Daily Post Prompt:  Waiting – The Bag Lady
102. Waiting: To exercise or not exercise. Not a question. – Writer2011
103. Bittersweet Sensations – flood my senses
104. – Ouray, Colorado. Worth The Wait!
105. Waiting on Him – Let The Light In ~ Reflections
106. a bliss of birds – the question she asked, the answer I didn’t speak
107. Waiting On A Prayer – A MOTHER OF ALL TRADES
108. Stutter-Stepping Heart – In the Waiting
109. Grumpy Axolotl – Please come Home
110. Fractal Fortress – Solarpunk
111. Take Me – aYoKa
112. Grumpy Axolotl – Loneliness
113. Waiting Room – Lipstick & Miracles
114. Grumpy Axolotl – The End
115. September Miles – Sneakers on Pavement
116. in a hurry – Spectres & Stardust
117. desolation heart – writemebad
118. My Simple Blog – Waiting
119. in the line again (route 2) – fly by, shutterfly
120. An ordinary day – I think, I say, I do
121. Lost Property Repository – Waitin’ On A Woman
122. Waiting for One More Thing… – A lot from Lydia
123. Waiting – Inner Whispers
124. Cage Dunn: Writer and Author – Not a Game
125. Autism in Our Nest – Truth be Told
126. The Struggle is Real – The ink drop
127. Steps Times Two – Counting to Ten
128. manvsloneliness – Day 105: The Man and the Virtue of Patience; ‘Waiting’
129. Waiting – Tails of a Tattered Heart
130. slideaways – upon them were written our names…
131. Carolina’s Blog – Waiting
132. The Waste of Waiting – If Moms Could Write
133. Occasional Dreams – Between the Green and the Red
134. The Green Glens Waiting For Me – THE SKY’S THE LIMIT
135. 83 Unsung Heroes – Waiting In Line
136. Millionaire Mindset – Kurilane
137. waiting for you – Love it Now
138. lifelessons – a blog by Judy Dykstra-Brown – Waiting for the Rest of Her Life
139. Exploring the World around us – Happy Waiting
141. What I Tell Myself Everyday – Paper And Pen
142. Dollops of Heedful Ramblings – FFfAW: Not Such a Chance Encounter
143. Simple Joys – Waiting: a necessary part of life
144. Dusk melts to Dawn – Leaking Ink
145. Making it write – The summer of 1979
146. Chris Writes – Heroin
147. Waiting… We’re just not that good at it anymore – J. L. Goodenough
148. Ladylove – Part 2 – Scribbled by M
149. Waiting – A Faraway Home
150. Laughter Brothers – Revolution
151. Waiting – Covert Novelist
152. Waiting – farbehindme
153. Tellurian Dialogue – The Cottage
154. Missed Chances – a mile in my shoes
155. Sasha’s Writings – Waiting for you….
156. wordsareallihavesite – Waiting
157. The Greatest Victory – Pete Gardner Psalms
158. speaking up for myself – Mystic Mendicant
159. Waiting for Halloween – April’s Perspective
160. Awaiting your return – Reem Writes…
161. Turn That Radio Up – Waiting
162. Lawrence Ferlinghetti – English Lit Geek
163. Daily Prompt Waiting – Writing Drills and Exercises
164. – You are waiting for what..??
165. Insach – Wait a while.
166. Change – Onto My Next 40 Years
167. Who are you really? – Elaine’s Bloggers Paradise
168. Someone Else – Tales & Trails
169. I Will Fight Site – Not Now But, When ?
170. Tired of waiting… – ARMY OF THE FALLEN BIKERS
171. Learn – Oh, border!
172. by emily – Damn Tired of It
173. Your Nibbled News (c) 2016 YNN – Abandoned vehicle waiting for a tow?
174. Waiting for….. – mlfsolutionservices LLC
175. Writing Natural – Waiting
176. Hip Hip Hooray ! Happy Birthday! – Sunken Thought
177. – Waiting – daily prompt
178. Breathe… – He Calls Me Mom
179. The Gad About Town – On His 90th Birthday, Chuck Berry Ends Silence
180. Musings of a Random Mind – She Lied
181. What Are You Waiting On? #amwriting #fiction – K. Phoenix
182. Things We Do Know – sprout & sprig
183. Laura Joan – Waiting
184. waiting – The Inkwell
185. Waiting… – Tarnished Soul
186. A Life Waiting – When Mental and Chronic Illness Collide
187. The Consulting Writer – Are We There Yet? Is It Here Yet? How About Now?
188. Waiting – sunrainlife
189. Radical Authenticity/Waiting ~ Fear – Word Adventures
190. Alodia Claire Butler – ALPHA BUTLER CHARLIE
191. Do Not Annoy The Writer – Waiting For Godot (I mean, Amazon UK)
192. Think About It – One From the Archives
193. Suddenly Single in Marin – Halloween Block Party only $50 per family?
194. “Waiting”- “NO SCHOOL” or our funny morning routine to get ready for the school. – Caboosemama Little Pleasures
195. DCMontreal: Blowing the Whistle on Society – Interview With a Montreal Pit Bull
196. Think About It – Still Waiting
197. The Optimum Moment – Image & Word
198. Flowers and Breezes – Waiting
199. Waiting to go Home – passiondesignerblog
200. Piano Sonata No.14 (A Poem) – stephentotheplate
201. Waiting – Playing with words
202. nienaspeaks – Girl Waiting
203. Do You Really Want To Wait? – emotionsoflife2016
204. Toxic Relationships: Breaking Free… – Chronicles of an Orange-Haired Woman!
205. Waiting #DailyPost #Autumn – Of Glass & Paper
206. Success Inspirers’ World – Still waiting for you
207. Waiting – Vermont Book Works
208. s1ngal – Waiting
209. Writing with Spirit – Waiting for Willa
211. Fictional Journey – A Watched Pot
212. Waiting – zenyswords
213. jotNrot – truths I’ve known
214. Waiting – The new-ness
215. Barren Baby – The light & simplicity project
216. A Watched Pot – My Second Act, Scene One
217. Words of an Imprisoned Tear – Zone of Non-being
218. Waiting – Daily Prompt – ladyleemanila
219. Waiting on the World to Change – Caillen James — Author
220. Waiting – The WANDER (FULL) LIFE
221. People, Places, and Perspectives. – Waiting for My Bright Orange Mazda
222. Trapped and Waiting – thethoughtskeeper
223. TALES FROM THE MOTHERLAND – Waiting: For The Spark to Return
224. Waiting for the orange dot to appear – Jk109
225. The Pain and Purpose of Waiting – Equipped for Mercy
226. Write Here: Write Now – Diary of a (very) mature student: Waiting
227. Cozybooks – Writing Excerpt: Amara
228. Full-Time – Wait
229. What I waited for – Awordseeker
230. Life with Jess – Dancing In The Rain
231. The Cat Chronicles – Daily Feline Prompt: The Waiting Feline
232. Spring to Fall – MyBlog
233. There Are More Poets than Stars in the Firmament – the place where time has no meaning
234. Waiting…all our lives… – Random Thoughts and Musings
235. Ivy Mosquito – Twitter? Sorry no I don’t eat that
236. Ivy Mosquito – Okidoki Artichoky
237. “Let that be the first alarm, not the second”… – I’m not China be funny but this place is Beijing me crazy…
238. deployment…waiting for loved ones ⋆ Obsolete Childhood
239. The Green Dog Chronicles. My Life in Navia – The (Dis)United States of Europe
240. Waiting – The Grateful Dead – The Voice of the Mortals
241. On waiting. Daily Prompt. – Pisstower’s Jettison
242. kStan(ly) kSays – sink or swim
243. The password is “password” – Life Without You
244. Waiting – Postcard from a Pigeon
245. debooWORKS – Then And Now
246. kristinakoti – Mayor: You Are Pathetic
247. Waiting on My Future – Jerome Danner
248. Waiting – Cahla’s Tawkin’
249. The darkness inside (Poetry) – lovelyricism
250. Waiting for the end….. – alifiyablogblog
251. LIFE, LEMONS, ESCAPADES – Of Prayers, Signs, and Waiting
252. Bittersweet Sensations – the longest wait
253. MC’s Whispers – Autumn scenes
254. No need for name calling. Manage conflict with the right attitude. – art of being fabulous
255. Chronicles of an Anglo Swiss – The Waiting Game
256. I have a headache! – alkasharmablog
257. Waiting – Elaine’s Bloggers Paradise
258. Waiting Game! – christinademerisvlog
259. kStan(ly) kSays – deliverance
260. Hot White Snow – Waiting at the Free State of America
261. Relax – Remedy of rhyme..
262. Devil Doll Musings – Sitting, Waiting, Wishing
263. kStan(ly) kSays – all views with no vision
264. momaste – Walking and Waiting for the Answers to Grief
265. Zombie Flamingos – A little bit of yesterday
266. You can’t sit and wait for life to come. You have to go get it. – LIVING AND LEARNING
267. Sitting for hours in doctor’s waiting rooms – susiesopinions
268. People Watching at the Coffee Shop. Street Photography – mokita dreams
269. Southern By Design – Letting Go
270. Waiting – I Want Sex – eddaz
271. simply.cindy – Patience: Good or Bad?
272. The happy Quitter! – Destination unknown
273. Question – indisputably inconclusive
274. extremely loud & incredibly close – NAMASTE.
275. Waiting… – The Soulance Blog
276. Karma! – Shweta M
277. A Waiting Game – charlesewaugh
278. kristinakoti – Can’t wait for:
279. Knock-knock, are you there? [Lucid dream No.2] – Afterlife Love Story
280. Designer Sophisticate – Pay attention, *insert vulgar word here*
282. Jottings and Writings – Waiting
283. In Cold Blood – Rawhead Rex
284. the15thday – how quickly it all adds up to what, i’m not sure.
285. Waiting (Fictional Story) – Taini’s Writings
286. Artificial Intelligence – World Through My Eyes
287. Waiting – Darkly Dezire
288. Musings on Love for Burnt Toast – Accidents
289. And then there was one – No More Waiting – She’s Back!
290. Lost Property Repository – Life In Song: Suddenly
291. Michel Montecrossa Blog – Today’s New-Topical-Song: ‘Child Of Tomorrow’ by Michel Montecrossa
292. Waiting for a Rebirth of Wonder – Scattered Showers in a Clear Sky
293. Wait For It – Blog of Hammad Rais
294. Burden Of A Rose. – Today’s Tomorrow
295. Waiting… – Emotions that matter.
296. Waiting – Bits of Poems
297. Waiting – citySonnet
298. waiting – writemebad
299. Frank Prem – a pride in hands
300. Frank Prem – that hare o ‘mine
301. B_ up to date – Fading
302. A Three Line Short Horror Story- Chapter 13 – Khayal
303. sonja benskin mesher – ovelec 5
304. Solitary boat – Joy Write
305. The Wandering Poet – Waiting for the night
306. Lost Property Repository – Sleepless Mind: Talking to myself
307. Lantern Words – The Waiting


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