Free digital books (see 26. comment)
Here's THE LINK to feed animals, veterans, children etc. and make the world be a better place :)
And have some fun; Skye posted this pet astrology website on her blog.
TROPICS ARE FAIRLY QUIET, SO I'LL SHARE THIS WEEK'S GOOD NEWS:
I've been given a wonderful chance: A well known internet publishing company Libboo has selected Kun Lun for their fall Pilot Program. It was launched September 24th and will be in the Pilot for three months. One of their previous Pilots became a best seller, so hopefully you’ll help me out by giving Kun Lun the same chance.
Here's a step by step guide how to do it:
Please click this Libboo - Kun Lun link and sign up as a Buzzer. Libboo will send you a confirmation email with a code to activate you.
Once signed up, click the upper left "Discover"-tab, scroll down the "Trending" list and click the book Kun Lun. On the opening page (upper right corner) click "BUZZ" (to buzz means to "Like" on Facebook, share on Twitter, save the page in your browser favorites etc.) The "Share" button has a drop menu, which gives you lots of options to buzz, the more of those options you use, the better. If you want, you can share the link provided in that drop menu with your friends through email, Facebook, websites and blogs.
And last but not the least, please post a review or a comment on the book's page and then click my photo to "Follow" me on Libboo.
It sounds complicated and takes a bit of your time, but I get this one shot and really appreciate you helping me out. As you know already, part of the royalties go to Portlight and to animal rescue groups like APR, so everybody wins if you buzz!
UPDATE: SEE COMMENT 26. FOR FREE BOOKS - including Kun Lun :)
♥ ♥ ♥ Thank you with all my heart ♥ ♥ ♥
THE ENGLISH PAPER VERSION OF "KUN LUN" IS OUT AS WELL AND AVAILABLE ON AMAZON WORLDWIDE.
I HAVE A FACEBOOK PAGE TOO - FEEL FREE TO "Like" ME THERE :)
"A man walked along the shore scattered with thousands of starfish, beached and dying after a storm. A young boy was picking them up, one by one, and throwing them back into the ocean. "Why bother?" asked the man. "You're not saving enough to make a difference". The boy picked up another starfish and sent it spinning back into the water. "Made a difference to that one", he replied.
- Adapted from a story by Loren Eiseley.
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(Based on the Buddhist “Metta” prayer)
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Updated: 7:38 AM GMT on October 10, 2012
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