Author Interview – Bobby Nash – Award Winning Author & Writer of Novels, Novellas, Comic Books, Graphic Novels & Screenplays (Sci-Fi/Crime/Thriller)

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Tonight I have an interesting treat for you all, in the form of the prolific powerhouse that is Bobby Nash, as we delve into his amazing projects, writing experiences and what fires up his creative juices.

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Hi there Bobby, a sincere pleasure to have you over here with us to talk about all of your prolific writing endeavours across the mediums of novels, comic books, graphic novels and screenplays.

A pleasure to be here. Thanks for having me.

Let’s focus on the different aspects of your writing vehicles in more detail. Please share with us a little more about each of your novels/novellas, their plots and what is at stake for your protagonists in them.

This could be quite a list so I’ll just pick a few of them to share.

After a near fatal encounter while deep undercover in South America, Abraham Snow retires from his work as a government operative, moving in with his grandfather during his recuperation. Once there, however, Abraham realizes that his grandfather has an ulterior motive: He wants Abraham to join the family business, Snow Security Consulting. Snow can’t let go of his last case and starts looking into the man who shot him even as he gets involved in a life and death situation much closer to home.

Snow is my version of the TV shows I grew up watching with P.I.’s and former operatives solving crimes and helping people. I’m having a lot of fun building Snow’s family life while putting him into all kinds of dangerous situations.

Snow’s former partner, Samson Brooks, a retired agent turned P.I., arrives in Atlanta with a problem. He’s gotten into some trouble with some bad people and needs Snow’s help to get out of it. When college student, Katie Masters is kidnapped, snow and his friends leap back into action to rescue her before the Atlanta underworld erupts into all-out war.

I’ve been running a mob war through several stories I wrote for pulp anthologies and novels over the years. Most of those take place in the 30’s – 60’s. I decided to write the end of this decades long feud and who better to be in the thick of it all than Snow.

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The Chambers Stock Car Racing team hires Snow Security Consulting to get to keep their people and equipment safe and to get to the bottom of whoever is trying to put them out of business and why. Archer Snow volunteers Abraham Snow and Big John Salmon as part of the pit crew. Can they keep the team’s young hothead out of trouble long enough to stop the saboteur before the next race? Meanwhile, an old enemy sets her sights on Snow when a bounty is placed on his head.

The thing I love about writing Snow is that he works in any setting. This was one of the first plots that sprang to mind when I was putting this series together.

FBI Agent Harold Palmer needed a relaxing vacation. All he wanted was to travel to Sommersville, Georgia to visit his brother, newspaper publisher and reporter, Franklin Palmer. He should have known better. The discovery of a brutally murdered young lady with a connection to the local police, coupled with a rowdy high school reunion and the annual Autumn Festival has Sommersville Sheriff Tom Myers and his deputies overwhelmed. Agent Palmer finds himself on the trail of a killer who preys on the fears of his victims. His next targets are the unsuspecting members of the reunited class of ‘02. They should fear his EVIL WAYS.

This is the novel that started it all for me. It wasn’t the first I’d ever written, but it was the first published and it paved the way for me being hired to write other characters that I may not have otherwise, most notably Lance Star: Sky Ranger and Domino Lady, both of which were a direct result of the right person reading this novel. Evil Ways was always intended to be a series, but the experience with the publisher was less than stellar so I put it on hold and moved on to other things. There is a sequel called EVIL INTENT, that will come out in 2018 and checks in with FBI Agent Harold Palmer a few years later.

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Six years ago, Police Detective John Bartlett and journalist Benjamin West were instrumental in the capture of notorious master criminal Darrin Morehouse. Their story played out in the media, rocketing both Bartlett and West into local celebrity status. Today, Morehouse, still a master game player and manipulator, commits suicide while in prison. His death initiates one final game of survival for the people Morehouse felt wronged him the most. At that top of the list are Bartlett and West, who must set aside their differences to save the lives of Morehouse’s other victims and solve one last game before a dead man’s hired killers catch them and his other enemies.

I loved writing this novel. So much so, that I rewrote it a few times. At first I tried being experimental with the parts that take place six years earlier, but it never seemed to work. The straightforward storytelling method worked best. Like Evil Ways, this was meant to kickstart a series before I got side-tracked. I am planning another outing for Detective Bartlett and Benjamin West called DEADLY DEALS! If all goes well, that will happen late 2019 or early 2019.

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Politics make strange bedfellows. A deadly ménage-a-trois of power, politics and money, threatens to bring 1930’s Hollywood to its knees. An assassin is hired to kill an idealistic young DA running for governor, who happens to be Domino Lady’s lover. A morally bankrupt movie star-turned ambitious politician, with mob ties and a temper, takes both of them on. Can Domino Lady keep her candidate safe or will she learn the hard way that politics can be murder…and moreover, can pulp’s #1 sultry temptress survive the money shot?

I love this character. I wrote a few Domino Lady comics and a short story prior to being offered the opportunity to write a Domino Lady novel. When Moonstone asked if I would be interested in writing a Domino Lady political thriller novel, I leapt at the chance.

Earth, once barren and decimated by war and the depletion of natural resources has been reborn.
Today, Scavengers prey on small mining towns and colonies.
The United Planetary Alliance Marshal’s Service is unable to stop these raids.
Newly promoted Captain, Virgina Harmon takes command of her first starship, the Pegasus.
In Earth orbit, a science station becomes a target.
In deep space, the starship Ulysis is given a special mission.
Those plotting against the Alliance are preparing to make their move. The first target is the Ulysis.
Meanwhile, in the deepest regions of space an enemy has returned. An enemy seeking vengeance.

Earthstrike Agenda was my first completed novel. The original version was awful, but I liked the plot so years later I rewrote it from scratch. It was my first attempt at a science fiction novel. I don’t write long form Sci-Fi a lot. One day, I’d like to do it again.


Korea, 1951. Mentored in the hollows of hardscrabble Georgia by mysterious loner Old Man Winter, then in a Chicago orphanage by ex-fighter Father Tim Brophy, James ‘Barefoot Bones’ Mason has relied on his fists to make his way. But it’s a long way from St. Vincent’s Asylum For Boys to the battlefields of Korea where Bones’ fists may not be enough.

When Paul Bishop invited me to pen a Fight Card tale, I was honoured and a little bit terrified. There are some fantastic stories in the fight card line and I’m by no means a boxing expert. Once the character came to me, I knew exactly what to do. Some of the details are true, culled from some family history. Plus, my years watching M*A*S*H finally paid off when I made part of the setting Korea, 1951. This was a fun challenge for me.

ROAD TRIP! There are many roads along life’s highway, paths taken or not. You come to a crossroad. Do you turn left? Do you turn right? And can you live with the consequences of that decision? 85 North is a collection of tales from Award-Winning Author Bobby Nash that heads off the beaten path into roads not yet discovered. From superheroes to robots, 85 North is full of tales of action and adventure for the modern world and beyond. Buckle up. It’s gonna be a bumpy ride.

This is a collection of stories that were sitting unused in a computer file. All were sold to one anthology or another over the last ten years or so. It was nice to finally have a place to put them.

Regarding your comic books and graphic novels, what titles have you been involved with and what are the specific concepts behind them? How did you end up getting involved in this particular area of writing? What sort of comics/graphic novels were you a fan of growing up and what current ones inspire/influence you?

As above, this could be quite a list so I’ll just pick a few of them to share.

My first professional comic. I was hired to script from the artist’s plot and pencils. It was a fun and unique writing experience. Eventually, I got to plot as well as script and the book ran off and on over the course of four years and opened doors for other comic book work as well.

I have written several Domino Lady comic scripts as well as short stories and novels. She is probably the character I have written the most times. This pulp character originally premiered in 1936 and I fell in love with writing her adventures with the first one. Plus, we’re not done yet. There are more Domino Lady adventures on tap to premiere in 2018.


This is probably the most successful graphic novel I have been part of and I had a great time working on it. I actually came into the process late. The art was already well underway and the original writer had to bow out and asked if I would be interested in scripting the book. Having grown up reading Burroughs’ adventures, I was thrilled. I couldn’t say yes fast enough. Originally, artist Jamie Chase and I were planning to adapt the rest of ERB’s Pellucidar novels and had already started book 2 when Dark Horse pulled the plug. Such is business.


In 1992, I was hired to write and draw a comic strip for a magazine called Keeping Up With Kids that ran once a month as a newspaper insert. I showed the publisher a funny strip I did called R.O. that was based on my dad and she loved it. The R.O. strips were primarily work humor so I made a few minor changes so we spent more time with the character at home with his wife and young son, based on my mom (loosely, at her request) and my brother. With the change, I renamed the strip Life In The Faster Lane and the strip ran for 12 years. I recently decided to put them all together in a collection. They were so much fun and my family got a big kick out of them.

This was a work for hire project that I did that featured super-powered siblings fighting a ruthless villain. I had fun writing this pseudo-Marvel style story, but the real thrill was working with Luis Rivera, a phenomenal artist. We became friends as a result of this book. Hopefully, we’ll be able to do another project together again.


This title fills me with happy and sad memories all at the same time. The story is fun and I had a ball writing the comedy, which I hadn’t done a lot of at the time outside of the comic strips I mentioned above. I love how the book turned out, but the original publishing plan did not work out as planned and eventually, due to a computer crash, the entire series was never printed. A shame. This was fun and the title was definitely an attention grabber.

My first professional work was a comic book story. I was, and remain, in love with this medium. Comic books are a fun melding of story and art that I enjoy writing. Working with a great artist or art team can make all the difference. I have been lucky to work with some great collaborators.

As a kid, I wanted to be a comic book artist. That was the dream. I started writing so I would have things to draw. Then, an amazing thing happened. Other artists started asking me to write scripts for them to draw. Eventually, after much soul-searching and a long tough love talk with a friend, I decided to focus on writing instead of splitting my efforts between both writing and art. Eventually, that opened a door and I was a professional comic book writer. I write comics any chance I can get.

It was Spider-Man that made me a comic book fan. I knew Spidey (his friends call him Spidey) from the cartoons, but one day, my mom and I are in the check out aisle of Zayre’s supermarket (a precursor to Wal-Mart and Target stores) and they had the 3 packs of comics there. You could see two of the comics, but that third was always a mystery. After some begging and pleading, I convinced my mom to spring for a 3 pack that had two Spider-Man stories in it. Imagine my surprise when I opened the bag to find a third Spider-Man issue. Amazing Spider-Man issues 192, 193, and 194. I still have them. Then, I later discovered The Avengers, Uncanny X-Men, The Mighty Thor, Captain America, Daredevil, and The Fantastic Four. I was hooked.

These days, I read most of my comics in trade form, mostly for pure financial reasons. A few of my favorite titles include Kill Or Be Killed, Lazarus, Jessica Jones, Thor, Savage Dragon, Criminal, Outcast, The Walking Dead, Hellboy, Clean Room, Black Magic, Ragnarok, The Black Beetle, and collecting trades of older series like Wolfman & Perez’s New Teen Titans, Byrne’s Fantastic Four, Simonson’s Thor, Miller’s Daredevil, things like that. Sadly, Spider-Man and I aren’t as close as we used to be, but I hope one day to reconnect with his title.

In relation to your screenplay work, what projects have you been involved in and what are the concepts behind them? Have you found your work on graphic novels have provided you with greater insight into the screenplay/scriptwriting process or vice versa?

I’ve dabbled in screenplays. Of them, one short film screenplay was optioned for an anthology, but that project has either stalled or died. There were two that were filmed, however. Both were fan films and I worked on them to help build some experience. I need deadlines to work on projects. Knowing that the producers were waiting on these helped me get them done. One is written by me from scratch. The other I did script doctoring on.

I met the Farragut crew at a con several years back. Their table was across the aisle from mine so I heard their episodes playing on a loop all weekend, I believe they had 3 at the time. By the end of the weekend, I had a story idea so I casually mentioned it and their producer told me to write it up and send it along. There was no guarantee they would use it, but they would look at it. They liked t and, with a few tweaks, filmed it. I am extremely proud of this episode. I think it came out great and I had fun writing the Star Trek universe, even if unofficially. I also made some friends working on this, which is always a nice bonus. We even won a Silver Award for this episode in the 2015 DC Film Festival. That was a cool surprise. I co-wrote another Farragut episode with my friend, writer, Michael Gordon, but alas, it did not come to pass and now that Paramount and CBS have clamped down on fan films, it probably never will.

You can watch Starship Farragut “Conspiracy of Innocence” in its entirety and free of charge on YouTube (link below) or under the Film Tab at

I did some script doctoring on the first episode of this highly popular fan series that tells the fourth season of the original Star Trek series. Writing dialogue for Kirk, Spock, McCoy, and the rest was a big thrill for me. I first discovered Star Trek as a kid so have Captain Kirk say words written by me was a dream come true. I was invited back to work on the third episode, but my scheduled was packed (paying work comes first) so I had to pass, but Vic and I did discuss the story for a bit. I’m proud of the episode I worked on.

You can watch Star Trek Continues “Pilgrim of Eternity” in its entirety and free of charge on YouTube (link below) or under the Film Tab at

What would you choose as your own personal mascot or spirit animal when it comes to you and your style of writing?

Is bull in a China shop a good answer? I’ve never actually thought about it, but it’s an interesting question. I guess a shark would be a good mascot because, like a shark, my writing career consists of me continually moving, always trying to push forward. As we’ve been told, sharks eat, sleep, and make baby sharks. As a writer, I eat, sleep, and make books.

What do you think most characterizes or defines your writing? Do you have any writing quirks or themes that constantly crop up in your stories?

I hope it’s that I tell good stories that readers enjoy. I am not a deep writer, at least not most of the time. I write stories that are straight forward entertainment. I’m not trying to preach or teach or enlighten. Although sometimes it might happen through the characters. First and foremost, I’m here to tell an entertaining story.

I’m not aware of any quirks, although if you were to ask my readers, editors, or publishers, they might say otherwise. For me, it all starts with the characters. Once I know the characters, the rest falls into place. I do tend to favor characters who are a bit of a smartass. That probably says more about me than the characters though.


If any of your novels were to be made into films (or even a TV series), who would you cast in the lead roles?

Good question. I really don’t know. I have tried to avoid putting an actor to a particular character because, in the event it actually does happen, I don’t want to overlook a perfect actor because I have a dream cast in my head. The one time I didn’t stick to this was with Abraham Snow in the Snow novels (Snow Falls, Snow Storm, Snow Drive, etc…) I imagined him as played by Joe Flanigan from Stargate Atlantis, primarily in his sense of humor and hair. As years passed, he’s now no long the right age for the character. One night, while watching Leverage, I thought Aldis Hodge would make a good Abraham Snow. His humor, not so much the hair, would be a good fit. Now, these two actors are nothing alike physically or in the way they act, other than both of their characters used humor to their advantage.

Of course, I would love to find myself in the position of having to find an actor to portray one or more of my characters. We are ready whenever Hollywood is ready.

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

The most difficult is being able to sit down and actually write uninterrupted. Life has thrown me some curveballs the past couple of years and it has hampered my writing schedule and slowed me down. We learn to deal with it, obviously, and I am, but my current situation lends itself to more than a few interruptions, starts and stops that hinder productivity.

The easiest is getting lost in the story and seeing where it goes. Once I can do that, the words start to flow. Unfortunately, that’s about the time I get one of the interruptions I mentioned above.

Who are some of the authors, poets and historical figures that inspire you?

I love meeting creative people. Talking to creative people motivates me. A few who inspire me include Michael Connelly, Alex Kava, Beau Smith, Christopher Golden, Jonathan Maberry, John Hartness, Van Allen Plexico, George Perez, Ed Brubaker, and more. I watch how these creators work, how they interact with their readers, how they do what they do and I learn a lot from them, whether they know it or not.


What sort of research do you do to write your books/comics/screenplays?

The amount of research I do varies from project to project, but I like to have some knowledge of the things I write about. I have met and interviewed FBI Agents, forensic photographers, crime scene techs, lawyers, SWAT Team members, interrogators, detectives, and more to help me with my crime thrillers. Other times, Google is your friend. And then, there are those times when writing fiction where you just make stuff up.

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

I love developing and crafting stories. I love creating characters. Writing seemed a natural leap and I love it. I can’t imagine not writing. I still have a ways to go to meet some of my goals, but I’m steadily moving forward.

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

Deadlines are great motivators. If you have to be finished by a certain time, you better make darn sure you’re ready. That helps kick me into gear on those days when I would rather be doing anything than writing. As far as writer’s block, I don’t really believe in it. My slumps are never a lack of knowing what to write or being able to write, it’s more like a desire to do something else that day. Once I sit down and get started, I’m usually okay.

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

Have a plan for your career. I spent a lot of time flailing away and not getting anywhere. A plan would have helped me, I think.

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

That’s usually TV time, reading time, or get out of the house and do something (that last one is the rarest of the three these days).

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

Oh, there’s always a project or twelve in the pipeline. Here’s a few of the things on track for 2017 and 2018, which you can find at the following link:-

Coming Soon – The Website of Award-Winning Author Bobby Nash

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

Decide what you want to get out of your writing and use that to set your goals. Not all writes have the same goals, nor should they. Some write for fun, others for therapeutic reasons, and some to relax. Some write as a hobby while others make writing their career. Once you know what you want to do with your writing, it’s easier to move in the direction you are interested in going. Most important, have fun with your writing.

For those interested in writing as a career, this advice is for you. If you want writing to be your job, then you have to treat it like a job. By that, I mean, writing when you don’t feel like writing (those days will happen). It means pulling the occasional all-nighter to meet a deadline. It means sometimes passing on a social event or movie because you have deadlines. It is a fantastic job, but it is just that, a job. This will help you tremendously once you start working for publishers.

And that’s a wrap! This truly has been an epic journey and you’ve given us a ton of things to enjoy, so thank you Bobby for all of your time, passion and dedication to your craft 🙂

That was fun, David. Thanks.


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Bobby Nash is an award-winning author of novels, comic books, short stories, novellas, graphic novels, and the occasional screenplay for a number of publishers and production companies. He is a member of the International Association of Media Tie-in Writers and International Thriller Writers and occasionally acts in movies and television shows.

Bobby was named Best Author in the 2013 Pulp Ark Awards. Rick Ruby, a character co-created by Bobby and author Sean Taylor also snagged a Pulp Ark Award for Best New Pulp Character of 2013. Bobby has also been nominated for the 2014 New Pulp Awards and Pulp Factory Awards for his work. In 2015, Bobby’s novel, Alexandra Holzer’s Ghost Gal: The Wild Hunt won a Paranormal Literary Award in the 2015 Paranormal Awards. The Bobby Nash penned episode of Starship Farragut “Conspiracy of Innocence” won the Silver Award in the 2015 DC Film Festival.

For more information on Bobby Nash please visit him at

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Still want more? Well, Bobby has a keen interest in Sci-Fi throughout his impressive range of his work and The Daily Prompt has something that appears relevant within the realms of life, the universe and everything. For more articles on the theme of ‘Planet’ then check out the links below:-

1. Planet – carpe diem
2. A Diary of A Single Man: Do You Know Me? – Harlem Cafe
3. A Diary of A Single Man: Peach Bunny Mama – Harlem Cafe
4. A Diary of A Single Man: Windows of The Soul – Harlem Cafe
5. Death is Feeling Down and Seeks Medical Help Part 2 – Paul Cox Writer
6. A Life Retired – A September circle of words.
7. I don’t want to compromise – whitericegirl
8. Pangeia – Espiritu en Fuego/A Fiery Spirit
9. Evolution of Childhood InterPlanetary Dreams – Espiritu en Fuego/A Fiery Spirit
10. perferviddreams – What A Coincidence – 15 Prompts, 1 Post..!!
11. Exploring the World around us – Planet Earth
12. The Rains Are Still – Melinda J. Irvine
13. Bonkers Away! – Planet
14. Direction of Progress? – Debbie Gravett
15. Musing I Can Blog – Death is Feeling Down and Seeks Medical Help Part 2
16. Branching Out – Petition for Full Disclosure & Instructions to OUR Accounts !!! {This is HUGE – a must read}
17. Planet parent… – Mum’s the Word Blog
18. Autumn: start of knitting season – The knitpurl dispatch
19. Bestie – The Pescetarian Poet
20. The Dark Planet & A Focused Man – My Imperfect Life
21. A different dimension – Oh, border!
22. The Shower of Blessings – Photo of Planet Earth – September 22, 2017
23. Notes to Women – The Broken Engagement
24. Loneliness–Planetary Musings – Shelby’s Starlit Crossing
25. Planet Is My Pearl – Progressing into Solitude
26. A tale of earth – Sarahs Crazy Mind
27. Earth – Leigha Robbins
28. The Archives of Wisdom: Pop Culture Kings – Just in the Nick of Time: A History of Interesting Idioms and Colloquial Phrases – Part 8
29. sonja benskin mesher – . four boils.
30. Imaginary Love – the thoughts keeper
31. So it’s NOT the end of the world David Meade? – DisloKated
32. A different future – The Chaos Within
33. This Moment – So Much Braver
34. The Last Minute NO and my frustration – Hatter’s Madness
35. Planet – Daily Word – tistedtales
36. life beneath layers – mslazyboots
37. Microcosmos in our heads – Travelling Psychologist
38. Planet-An alignment with the Stars!!
39. An Account of a Whisper Caught in a Gust of Wind. – psychonomadblog (Prose, Poems, Musings)
40. Gated Ego Prism – Love Alchemy
41. What if…? – Girl In Red Scarf
42. Recruiting Army : How to Find Your Target Audience
43. Alla Parola Pianeta – Filippo Albertin
44. The Syllabub Sea – Planets
45. Trying to Move forward – memoriter
46. “Humanities pampered planet?” – Expedition Overlanding Nomadic Adventures
47. Post it – Greta Garbles
48. y – perhaps you and i
49. yi-ching lin photography – wings
50. Home Among the Shadows (poem) – stephentotheplate
51. Talk About Living on Another Planet – authoranonblog
52. TomSpy – Planet Rising
53. The Hockey Mom Fit Life – It’s a Beautiful Life
54. Plan It – I’ve Been Meaning to Write
55. Artwork: Foreign Planet – MindEscapes
56. Planet – ALTER
57. Scraps of Paper – Best of Both
58. Planet (The End of the World?) – Smudges on my Mirror
59. Netdancer’s Musings – Daily Prompt- Planet
60. Half Baked Log – Only a Planet
61. ~267 Of 365~ – ……….365 Days………..
62. …Bubbles In The Sand… – Love Life Without Fear
63. { Feet on Earth & Eyes on Heaven } – My Word Soup
64. For Much Deliberation – Daily Prompt {2} – Planet…
65. A Life Retired – Planet Monday
66. For Much Deliberation – Daily Prompt {1} – Planet…
67. Oops! – Kinda Sorta
68. It’s MY Privilege – Wind Kisses
69. planet ? – arbalsini
70. Video: The Frankincense Trail – Egypt – America For Yemen
71. 3 short stories – On a mission
72. The Moon The Crazy Planet – Riley Central
73. Intelligent Life – Tachispeaks
74. It’s All in Finding the Right Words – SPACE SCHOOL: Living on Mars
75. Knock Your Ass to the Floor – hannah t.k.
76. Spock’s Brain Part 2 Act 1 – Writing in Any Genre
77. Superman’s Powers – A Unique Title For Me
78. one hummingbird at a time – nancyboiart
79. No Place Like Home – THE SKY’S THE LIMIT
80. Flowing Like Milk and Honey – Finishing the Revolution
81. Scott Andrew Bailey – The Planets
82. She #1 – Written Frames
83. Mirth and Motivation – Motivation Mondays: Suicide Prevention Awareness Month
84. LIFE PAIN LAUGHTER – I Spy With My Little Eye
85. Daily Post Planet – All About Writing and more
86. Misifusa’s Blog – Planetary Healing
87. Dilemma of a Preggo Woman – The Tango of Pen and Paper
88. The Planets – thehouseofbailey
89. Just like gravity – writingrealities
90. Scarred Mask of Man – OneAndNone
91. gravitational pull – little tableau
92. Ghost Writing – There are people all over the planet claiming authorship to my words – Bird Flight
93. Thoughts, Fictions, and Other Musings – The planets shine bright in the inky firmament…
94. Planet, The Fifty Second – Honing skills and loving the ride
95. juantetcts – Daily Post
96. 24 Weeks Pregnancy Update – Crystaleyes20
97. Light & life – Clever Planet
99. Planet – Much To Tell About Nothing
100. Night Owl Poetry – A Place to Call Home ~ #freeverse #poetry #TheDailyPost
101. Daily Haiku / Senryu: Planet – Cactus Haiku
102. Another Planet – By Sarah
103. My Opinion – My Charming Planet….
104. Planet – Storie Cantabile
105. Ambrose V – Writer’s block
106. Kimberlee K. – 5 (More) Easy Ways to Save the World
107. Insach – It is our home.
108. Hot Dogs and Marmalade – Haiku
109. Life On The Skinny Branches – Total Eclipse
110. Aliens – The Mind of Nox
111. Planet – Image & Word
112. Curious Hart – The Planet Paris
113. As high as I’ve gone – Don’t hold your breath
114. Nice Girl Wrong Planet –
115. Sun Worshippers – The AAAmazing Phoenix by Alan Grace
116. The Wandering Poet – World
117. Remember in September – Daily Post #25 for National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month – My Loud Bipolar Whispers
118. Nan’s Farm-Inside Out – Caroline Orr: How do you sleep at night? – Former NFL player schools head of Trump’s diversity coalition
119. 50 By 60 – Happy Monday! and an Exciting New Diet Breakfast Idea, patent pending!
120. Na’ama Yehuda – On This Planet
121. Land of Wolves – themanbehindtheglass
122. remembering grandness – sukriti lakhtakia
123. Forest Ecology – stbarbebaker
124. Planet B – Fragments of Fiction
125. My planet needs a hug – Revolving Around Life
126. A Legacy Forgotten – Wandering Worlds
127. Silence – Journey
128. Planet – A Sawyer’s Daughter
129. A view from above – BONSALLES ART
130. The Wonders of Sichuan – Journeys of Len
131. You Cannot Win A Battle Without The Scars – arpi3site
133. The Consulting Writer – United Federation of Plan ITs
134. Daily Prompt: Planet – The Bag Lady
135. Musings of a Random Mind – It’s A Small World
136. Planet – Covert Novelist
137. Eternal Words – Sketches By Nitesh
138. Death is Feeling Down and Seeks Medical Help Part 2 – Musing I Can
139. Free Verse: Bonnie Bell – Urban Poetry By Linda J. Wolff
140. Single Guy Says – Single Guy Does Music Mondays: ‘Watch’ by Milk & Bone
141. Gregory Josephs – Wisdom in a Whoopie Pie
142. Planet – wordsareallihavesite
143. Sidereal Kiss – December Rose
144. my spaceship departs – vertical combustion
145. Planet – Dyert hapur
146. Haiku Monday – Random Thoughts
147. Flowers and Breezes – Planet
148. Narutomath96 – Unexpected Feeling
149. Like The Lost Planet – Akanksha
150. Something to think about – Revolving Around Life
151. Overcoming Regret pt. 2: Celebrate What “Is” Instead of “What’s Not” – Stew Rd.
152. Ups, Downs & Deviations – This Is Not A Dream
153. Blotched – Zeckrombryan
154. Dream planet- A poem – In my world
155. Light Words – Daily Photo Planet of The Rose
156. After the Blast – Around the World
157. September Poem 52: Why Are There so Many Poems about Fucking? – therichardbraxton
158. Tales of Men – Void (The Black Hole) – Tales of Virginia
159. Gym And Bear It: Get Fit, Have Fun With It – Planet
160. Do Not Annoy The Writer – The Greatest Dad On The Planet
161. Daily Prompt; Planet – tnkerr-Writing Prompts and Practice
162. April 22 – I’m a Writer, Yes, I Am!
163. The Romantic Quill – WRITING CHRONICLE #26: out of the funk, into the writing!
164. Telling the Truth – Showing up on Monday morning
165. The Cat Chronicles – Daily Feline Prompt: The Planet of the Felines
166. Democracy – Embracing Life
167. Is Planet Earth Home? – As I was saying…
168. Admit Your Errors. – Pauline Njah
169. Hitting the Trifecta – 5 Easy Ways To Be A Good Kid (Or President)
170. 1 haiku/planet – 25more
172. Is Twitter A Tool, Or A Useless Toy?… – sudden thoughts & second thoughts
173. Dronstad – Hide and seek for men
174. Giving Hearts – Love it Now
175. Planetesimal – Percolating Poetry
176. Pumping Heart – Beach Books
177. Scene: Fall Fields – MindEscapes
178. The Blue Earth – Just Writing!
179. Writer’s Rejection – E. Denise Billups, Writer
180. Chronicles of an Anglo Swiss – The Planet of the Builders
181. A Blissful Motivation for Change – Blissfully Bianca
182. The Amazing Amazon – My_Endeavors
183. If only I could ask – Emovere
184. Stealing Planets – THEGIRLVERSUSWORLD
185. The Daily Planet – This, That, and The Other
186. Planet – stoneronarollercoaster
187. Planet – Gary’s Writing Corner
188. How to Raise Bully-Proof Kids – Keep Calm and Just Blog On
189. Inconsequential – I think, I say, I do
190. The distant Lovers – THEGIRLVERSUSWORLD
191. Free falling? – Author Flawed to Perfection
192. A Beautiful Mess – A Beautiful Mess
193. Planet – My expressions
194. Should You be Worried That Your Loved One is Seeing Dead People? * Death and Dying Chronicles
195. Inconsequential – Anna Jailene Aguilar
196. Live-Life.. – The Solar System PlayDate
197. I Write Stuff – NON FICTION: You’re Different, It’s Okay
198. The World Outside the Window – Sentinel
199. The Bibbulmun track – On the road with – Milieu-adviesraad Tienen
200. Venus Rising – andsoitisborn
201. lifelessons – a blog by Judy Dykstra-Brown – Arms Race
202. The Copernicus effect… – Cyranny’s cove
203. Dense darkness cut through by light – Bird Flight
204. Science Traveler – Nikola Tesla – The Road to Wireless and Wardenclyffe
205. Hot White Snow – On Writing Science…and Fiction
206. As far away as possible without a passport – Don’t hold your breath
207. Planet – writingiswonderful
208. Daily Prompt – Planet – My Dusty Flip-Flops
209. Earth Stops for Nobody – The Journal of a Beautiful Mind
210. Scrambled, Not Fried – Overestimation
211. CopyCat Cafe: History Repeats? – Redux Of Rex
212. The human shadow is a lack of light – Wells Baum
213. Distracted by organized chaos – Wells Baum
214. People used to kneel to be knighted now we watch as they do it for change. – Individual expressions of a naive mind.
215. Heavy Haulage: Starting Out – Lost Property Repository
216. Visuals: Red Planet – Wells Baum
217. Frank Prem – until time passes
218. Frank Prem – way poem #5: the five steps to wheaten pecks
219. Laughable – emotionsoflife2016
220. ….on pets and prisoners….. – daily prompt: planet
221. Frank Prem – nostalgia in the night
222. VAGINA AND A WOMB – Rainbow
223. Trying to save the planet – Site Title
224. Our Wonderful World – Blog of Hammad Rais
225. The Massive Universe – Islamic Methodologies Made Easy
226. Boxes – This Girl’s Got Curves
227. I’ve Had it! – hannah t.k.
228. Cimmerian Sentiment – Unexpected Friends – (Part- 33) Climbing Ivy
229. Geyser Del Tatio – Ostendnomadography
230. Back Where I Come From, Day 25 ⋆ Obsolete Childhood
231. Designer Sophisticate – Vast insignificance.
232. How Do I Hate Thee? (POTUS 45) – A lot from Lydia
233. Muse of the Day – Everyday Strange
234. Beautiful Tourist Spot to Visit Baguio City
235. Botanical Garden at Baguio City
236. The Nuisance of Sarahah- The Anonymous Messaging App – Boringbug
237. Planet – All About Writing and more
238. Break The Ice – Jajabor, The Nomad


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