New offering from Hostinger

New offering from Hostinger

As you may know, all my websites are hosted by Hostinger. You'll see their banner somewhere on this post and just so you are fully aware if you click on it, it connects to my affiliate link, by which I might eventually earn a few cents. Hopefully. Well today, for some reason I went somewhere in my hPanel that I don't often go and I discovered a huge change. In the auto-installer, which is what you use if you want to install a Content Management System [CMS] on your brand new website. I am used to seeing a whole page full of choices, wordpress, joomla, and many others. Now it is limited to four. WordPress [WP] of course, is possibly THE most popular CMS. Woo+WordPress The new kid on the block. Joomla which I know nothing about. Other Which opens a search window where you can search for some other CMS than what you see. This is also new Woo Plus WordPress WooCommerce...
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World of Warships

World of Warships is a game I play when I'm not working on books, or doing any number of other things, including sleeping. What do I like about it?It's challenging, you can play for free, you can earn considerable in-game assets without having to pay for a Premium Account, you can earn Premium Account time by completing missions and other challenges.Best of all their Premium Account time is very reasonably priced. with options to pay for a few days, weeks a month, or even a year. So if you only want to play for a few days each month you can get a weekend pass. If you're a hardcore gamer you might want to have a premium account full time, but you can play every day free. With a Premium account, you do earn more in-game credits and are able to progress faster.Be sure to click the little blue follow button that's trying to hide down there ↓ somewhere as I...
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A Hundred Tiny Threads

A Hundred Tiny Threads

About the Author:Judith Barrow, originally from Saddleworth, near Oldham, has lived in Pembrokeshire, Wales, for thirty-eight years.She has a BA (Hons) in Literature with the Open University, a Diploma in Drama from Swansea University and an MA in Creative Writing with the University of Wales Trinity St David's College, Carmarthen. She has had short stories, plays, reviews and articles, published throughout the British Isles and has won several poetry competitions. She has completed three children's books.She is also a Creative Writing tutor for Pembrokeshire County Council. Review By Terence Vickers 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Morrisfield England 1911- Winifred, daughter of a shopkeeper, with an overbearing controlling mother and a supportive but ineffectual father. Honora, Irish immigrant comes to the shop and entices Winifred into attending meetings of a women's right's to vote group, the Suffragettes, in the early part of the twentieth century. Honora's brother Conal a handsome seemingly carefree young man who also supports women's rights. Winnifred falls in love and one thing leads to another, which leads...
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