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William Cheek

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William Cheek's first novella, Yesterday and Today, was published in 2009.



Wow. It took a very short time perusing this site for me to find an interesting debate (in a group called "Debate", if you can believe it), jump in, and get rather embroiled in it all.

By this, I mean I've found myself in a multi-way social/religious debate, arguing:

a) On the side of the Pope.

b) Sympathetically with respect to ancient Greek pederasty.

At the same time, too. Isn't that interesting... Read more of this blog post »
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Average rating: 3.67 · 6 ratings · 5 reviews · 1 distinct work · Similar authors
Yesterday and Today
3.67 of 5 stars 3.67 avg rating — 6 ratings — published 2009
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"Agh, I am still in the process of reading The Twain Shall Meet (now I understand when people tell me they're "still reading" my 150 page book after 3...more "
William Cheek made a comment in the group Don't "Genre" Me!Yesterday and Today topic
"Yes, I WILL go to the trouble of starting a group and then not post anything for 3 weeks. I can think of smarter things to do, but alas, I cannot figu...more "
How the Irish Saved Civilization by Thomas Cahill
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This is an extraordinary book. It is a slice of history understood through literature, approached from a very compelling angle, and narrated beautifully.

Cahill constructs historical character portraits built upon a firm grasp of the concept that huma...more
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"Ok, check this out:

I wrote my book, Yesterday and Today, because of....the reasons stated here, at The Indie Spotlight! Where it is currently being fe...more
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William Cheek made a comment in the group Don't "Genre" Me!The Indie Spotlight topic
"Oh, how interesting: Yesterday and Today is being featured on the front page of The Indie Spotlight today!

There is a little author questionnaire that...more
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William Cheek made a comment in the group The Who/TommyHey hey! topic
"Oh, haha...it wasn't sending comments on this group to my email. Yeah, Roger had that hair going pretty big back in the 70s.

Man, I love youtube. Type...more
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Chuang Tzu by Zhuangzi
Chuang Tzu: Basic Writings
by Zhuangzi
recommended for: Them that likes to think a bit
read in March, 2008
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It doesn't matter what your worldview is - Chuang Tzu is good food for the mind.

The basic allure is in the concept of casting off...everything. Our deepest thoughts and considerations are almost always blocked by certain premises that we are unable t...more
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9634 Debate — 425 members — last activity Apr 30, 2014 03:59PM
Do you like to debate? Have you been monopolizing conversations on goodreads, arguing points you feel strongly about? Do you want people to understand...more
25x33 Don't "Genre" Me! — 2 members — last activity Jul 31, 2010 01:48PM
Is your book a little more ambitious than the rest? Does your writing seek ideas and themes before all else? Do you feel uncomfortably set apart from...more
25x33 The Who/Tommy — 6 members — last activity Jun 15, 2010 08:42PM
The Who is one of the very best bands ever. They are almost as good as the Beatles, and those of you who know me know how much I idolize the Beatles....more
8255 Tips for Self Promotion, Sales, and Advertising — 2183 members — last activity Jul 24, 2014 05:20PM
Tips from authors for authors. List what works for you and what hasn't. Whether you're selling a few author copies or just trying to get your name out...more
2510 The Reasons Why you wrote your book or books — 654 members — last activity Jun 18, 2014 01:17PM
People write books for many reasons, so why did you write yours?
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