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Earlier this month, I wrote a post called, World Crises And The Fiction Writer ~ Can They Help Humanity?.
Four days ago, I read Ollin Morales post,…Continue
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I knew as I planned and wrote it that it would be, at the very best, a niche-book–of interest to a…Continue
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Here I go again, inching out on that limb I keep bending with the weight of speculation…
The title of today’s post could seem useless as a question since folks can point to a multitude of works of fiction that have aided humanity, to varying degrees, in its seemingly never-ending struggle.
To another type of person, the question of writers helping humanity could seem like a ludicrous proposition. Writers of fiction create stories that have characters going…Continue
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Alert: Stay turned to this channel for a special broadcast, Monday, 28 Feb.
Irina Avtsin will tell us all about the power of the word, “No!”.
If you’re new to this blog, you may think its title, Notes from An Alien, refers to either me, Alexander M Zoltai, or writers in general being aliens…
Let’s see: The roots of…Continue
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I just got back from Book Island in Second Life.
Yep, a virtual world I visit for play and work. I wrote about virtual worlds in a previous post. Here’s a bit of what I said:
“All virtual worlds have virtues that…Continue
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“Genre” simply means a kind or type of writing.
Some folks have even criticized the whole concept of genre.
If you look the word up in Wikipedia, you’ll see a questioning of the genre of the very article about genre:…Continue
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Ever lived in Kansas?
Ever wondered how to escape from Kansas?
Our interview is with an author who can answer yes to both those questions :-)
Without further ado, here’s Simone Benedict.
Let’s start with where you’re from, how old you are, and is Simone Benedict your real…Continue
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That’s the back-cover blurb for my book. In the last post, I talked…Continue
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Books are full of love. But love is something you can’t see. Oh, sure, love-making can be seen and endearing acts of love are visible but love itself is one of many human qualities in the invisible realm of experience.
How about Justice, Peace, Loathing, Frustration, Faith, Perseverance, Honesty, or Hope…?
I wager you saw at least a fleeting glimpse of some human action in your mind for a number of those words.
As I wrote them, frustration made me see myself, dealing…Continue
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This post’s title could seem utterly stupid to some folks. Don’t we have reams of evidence that writing’s history is properly recorded in volumes of written work?
I’m a writer and that last sentence was my morning giggle :-) ‘Course, my favorite word is “Word”…
I’ve spent a few decades devoted to the study of various sciences. I’ve learned that humans haven’t quite reached their peak of perfection as a species. From my own deep study, I feel confident that most…Continue
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