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Joseph Clay

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Joseph Edward Clay was born in Newnan, the county seat of Coweta County, Georgia, a small town south of Atlanta, on April 28, 1960. Joseph is the second son―but also the oldest as his older sibling died only months after being born―of John Tillman Clay and Virginia Imajo Coalson Clay. Growing up, Joseph went by the name of Eddie and spent his time playing baseball, studying martial arts, and riding dirt bikes. When he wasn’t being a daredevil he could be found in Newnan’s fa
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Joseph Clay As for as Movies go Mister and Mrs. Smith wins hands down, from the movie of the same title. When it comes to books, there are two that share the top …moreAs for as Movies go Mister and Mrs. Smith wins hands down, from the movie of the same title. When it comes to books, there are two that share the top spot as my favorites. Gabe and Evie in the book 'Promise Me Always' written by G. Michelle. The there is Sam and Maggie from 'Miles From Home' written by Ava Bell. (less)
Joseph Clay So far in the two years of writing I've never had writers block and really don't believe it. My theory, if you can't figure out what needs to happen n…moreSo far in the two years of writing I've never had writers block and really don't believe it. My theory, if you can't figure out what needs to happen next, or you get lost, and /or bored and can't maintain your line of thought, the reader is going to feel the same way when reading the book. Instead of blaming it on writers block start deleting till you get back to where the ideas flow and the story holds your interest. Heck if you don't think that's the problem scan down your feed on your home page of one of your social network pages, trust me something will come to you, as someone's post will jump out at you. Use something from your personal life that will fit into what ever you are writing, something that happened at a job you had. There so much you can pull from writers block, if it exists, should never occur.(less)
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Joe the Author, 2021 – Is His Writing Career Done?

Issue 174 * Blog 04-2021 * Read Time: 5 Min. * Section: From the Author’s Desk

Well look at this, it’s 2021, and not a moment too soon. There is really no need to wish everyone a Happy New Year, as it’s almost the first of February. I guess the polite thing to do would be to wish all a belated Happy New Year. So here you go!

Happy Belated New Year to all my fans, subscribers and readers and welcome

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