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"it is this poetic thought that drives the poet’s mind and whilst people walk in the crowds indifferently, the various fragrances, and the expressions on people’s faces call out to the poet to think, and all this then is... Read more of this blog post »
The NSA starred this tweet, so the safest thing for you to do is stop reading now and avoid any interaction with these 134 characters.
I used to think that it was "fair game" for me to write about ANYTHING. I used to be a Total Free Speech Nut-Job. Now, I'm not so sure. I'm starting to appreciate... Read more of this blog post »
Enjoy this teaser from my upcoming novel, My Skylar (A Gemini Novel)…expected publication Summer 2014. Have you added it to your Goodreads TBR? https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18693586-my-skylar
FIVE FUN FACTS ABOUT MY SKYLAR (A standalone novel-Gemini #3)
1.) Jake will make an appearance whe...Read more of this blog post »
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Angel Coulby as Bilbo Bramble Baggins—burglar, Ring-bearer, poet, translator, Elf-friend and scholar. After an adventurous youth, she spent her twilight years in Rivendell, working on her memoir, There and Back Again, as well as the compendium of lore, Translations from the Elvish. She was grant...
People have asked me to comment on David Gelernter’s essay on minds and computers in the January issue of Commentary. It’s written with Gelernter’s characteristic brio and clarity, and naturally I agree with the overall thrust of it. But it seems to me that Gelernter does not quite get to the he... Read more of this blog post »
Winter by the creek and below…outside my door.
Filed under: Art, Nature, Spring, Winter Tagged: art, Mother Nature, Painting, Snow Read more of this blog post »
In my investigation into self-publishing, I read a book by David Gaughran on the subject. Here is some of the notes i took on it:
Price effectively- according to David Gaughran- Let’s Get Digital [his book]
free to 99c to maximize readers.
2.99 to maximize profits.
Right now I fall into the maximize...Read more of this blog post »
Thank you very much for inviting me onto your blog, Jeff. This is the third in a little series of blog posts I’m doing about my writing....Read more of this blog post »
Kosta started reading SUMMONED on Wattpad, then agreed to read the ARC in exchange for a review. And here’s his review
I also want to point out that Kosta is an author himself, and his book, HIDDEN, is on my TBR list. You can find HIDDEN on Amazon; it has great reviews.Read more of this blog post »
Sorry I haven’t posted in a few. I’ve been busy with the finalities of Last Chance. It goes LIVE Monday 3/10. I am a nervous wreck but also beyond excited for everyone to read. Also, unlike FC it does not end with a massive Cliff.
This is the cover for LC, and I am in love with it.
When the beastly blizzards roar –Angrily and often,There’s no need to lock the door,Leave the door wide open.
And if your road is stretching far,A grueling road, supposing,Remember - leave your door ajar,Don’t walk away and close it.
And as you leave in calm of night,Without a thought, in earnest:A... Read more of this blog post »
Marc Chagall,The Juggler, 1943.
Read about Marc Chagall here.
"The theme of Hermeticism was revived in the 20th century by Surrealism and metaphysics, and by artists like Chagall, Man Ray, and Picasso.
"Here, the image of the juggler embodies the concept of the Hermetic man, the magician-artist who...Read more of this blog post »
“My brothers will hunt you down and kill you for this,” the Demon Brother I’ve tied to a fence not far from their main compound growls... Read more of this blog post »
According to neuroscience studies, whenever we are in gentle contact with another person, our bodies release a female hormone called oxytocin, which is responsible for giving us a feeling of intimacy. How do you apply this idea in your everyday life?
Contributor: Niall Cassidy
Published: Mar 07, 20...
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When I was a child, it was believed that animals became extinct because they were too specialized. My father used to tell us about the saber-tooth tiger’s teeth — how they got too big and the tiger couldn’t eat because he couldn’t take game anymore. And I remember my father saying, with my brot...
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If you’re interested in learning to write for an astrological audience or to improve on your articles or newsletters, there’s a 6-week course beginning March 15 at Kepler College’s online site. Last year, astrologers responded to a Kepler survey about workshops they wished were available. The two...Read more of this blog post »
If my understanding is correct a Beta Readeris a non-professional... Read more of this blog post »
Due to some recent events , fears and feelings, I decided to face the things that scare me through writing because, well, that’s what I do. I will not apologize for it’s length as I simply just sat down and wrote. As always, expect mistakes…and I’m not apologizing for that either.
Dear Ignorant P...Read more of this blog post »