You may already be a writer.
By Marcia Calhoun Forecki
Oh, the yearning we feel to add our names to the roll-call of the literati. When does one go from writing to being a writer?
The act of writing is an act of optimism.
You would not take the trouble to do it if you felt it didn't matter.
-- Edward Albee
Remember the old…
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A woman’s love for shoes has no boundaries. Million’s of women from all lifestyles and ages, crossing borders around the globe, love shoes. Many of these same women along with countless others enjoy reading stories they can relate to or that entertain them. Women’s Obsession with Shoes encompasses true stories, women, and shoes.
WOS is a collection of twenty-one stories from women…
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Since I have had several messages about this I decided to post to my blog and Face Book, so that all of you can enjoy the benefits of this little be of information.
You can download a free Kindle for your computer on Amazon. I have one and love it. Yes, it really is wonderful. I read all kinds of books on it, including historical and genealogy books. When you watch Amazon you will find many free books that are run as…
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of published books already under his belt, but until now, John has never dabbled with writing a novel.
His historical accuracy and impressive use of literary technique has made his past books a coffee…Continue
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Reviewed by: Jason Lulos, Pacific Book Review
Scientology meets Invasion of the Body Snatchers meets Star Wars meets The Matrix. Science Fiction presented as historical fact. Sound confusing? Well, at times, it can be. There's a lot going on in this novel. And to top it off, you may as well add “meets The Da Vinci Code” because the…
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Here is just one of many compelling journal entries from my grandfather's WWI journal. The Great Promise contains all of his entries. Visit my website wwone100yearanniversary.com to see additional entries and documents.
September 17th–October 13th
On the 20th of September I managed to get a little drop of water to wash my face, for it had not seen water for 8 days and I had not shaved for over a fortnight. I looked at myself in someone’s little…Continue
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You may have surmised that I have been affected by the negative nabobs of negativity myself in the recent past and that is in fact true. I could write a full length book on just the experiences leading up to the day I was dismissed and the events that directly followed. I will forego the sign of being negative myself and allow you to see the pain I was experiencing in my family life and in my ability to stay focused and optimistic. It all, actually, worked out for the best and I was excited…Continue
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My clothes drier stopped working this morning. (Just stopped. No smoke, sparks, explosions or personal injury — very anticlimactic, for me.) I thought there could be some cosmic connection between that and the potential income from my short story connection, since it’s coming out in just weeks or days, so I did some basic math.
Yeah. I’m not optimistic enough to think I’m going to sell that many copies before I get tired of hanging stuff on the line.
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Up to this point in his journey, Allan has been focused on himself and his family. In volume 8, The Loophole, he may have found a higher calling. We finally find out why "his last chance was their only hope".
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The Orange Building is back. Wait, I think the last one was The Green Building, but they accomplish the same thing. They let the many workmen have a place to go that is not in a corner of my backyard!…Continue
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Book Review: Dancing Naked In Dixie by Lauren Clark. This fun loving humorous Chick Lit story will keep you laughing all the way through the book!
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This book is not just about a female drug dealer. Rather our character Sky, allows us on her journey towards the insanity of addiction and all that surrounds it. She may not be unique for most, but is uniques in her triumphs, against all odds. This book is not for…Continue
Added by Kimberly Gray on May 31, 2012 at 2:04am — No Comments
A collection of another 30 poems from my mind’s imagination. Ranging from life to death, joy to pain, ridiculous to emotional. Each inspired from a moment of how life has been, how it is, and how it could be. moreunnecessarypoetry is a direct extension and continuation from book one. Hopefully continuing to touch a…Continue
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As a child my favourite play time was to imagine. My imagination took me places no one else knew about, places that were fairy tales and places I actually created. Unless I was just imaging this, but were always places of fun. As a woman at 45 I still thrive on my imagination to work the same way. As a writer I try…Continue
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A short story is always enjoyable as long as it makes sense, entertains and holds the reader’s attention for its short life span. A prime example of well written short stories can be found in the book Return of the Dittos and other stories. This book is a collection of unique, absorbing and entertaining short stories by author Dale Andrew White that definitely meet the criteria for the enjoyable short story. Andrew Dale White is also the author of Moe Howard Died for Our Sins which…Continue
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The Norwell family moves to New Orleans after a tragic history in New York. Lacy Norwell was assaulted outside of her work and her daughter, Sarah, is stalked by most men who lay eyes on her. After the move, they experience some of the same activity…Continue
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