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  • Throne of Olympous Update by Peter Jessop 3/25/2015 4:07:56 PM
    Just a quick update... more

  • Why We Need Black History Month by Lorene Stunson Hill 2/19/2015 12:11:42 PM
    I recorded The Grammy’s because I wanted to watch The Hunger Games for the first time. The Hunger Games represented one faction of society having control over another, to me. That movie had a huge impact on me as I fear it is a sign of the times. My ... more

  • Amazing Experiences by Avi Morris 2/14/2015 11:57:42 AM
    A shout out to some folks who have made my first published work a wonderful experience/... more

  • HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY! by Lorene Stunson Hill 2/8/2015 3:31:13 AM
    To celebrate the upcoming Valentine's Day, signed copies of, “To Dance with Ugly People,” are available at I am sending blessings to all of my fans for love, peace and happiness! Enjoy the followin... more

  • Vegas / Dubai - Happennings in the deserts by Herman Yenwo 1/27/2015 4:21:34 PM
    Happennings in the 'deserts'... more

  • No more publishing, just write, write, write... by Terry R. McAnally 1/25/2015 7:05:20 AM
    Okay, I am finished publishing books, I will continue to write, but I will not publish another book. The reason why, is that they just don't sell. No one wants to read a book by a nobody like me. I have no connections. Few friends left alive. Family... more

  • Do you understand the concept of, “Ugly People,” and/or the “Dance” of Life?” by Lorene Stunson Hill 1/25/2015 5:56:47 AM
    I always write on my second novel, “Ugly People Can't Dance,” as much as I possibly can. I am not “fixed” on that Title, though, because I am using “Ugly People,” and “Dance,” again. Why? The, “To Dance with Ugly People,” story carries on an... more

  • LIGHT GIRLS by Lorene Stunson Hill 1/19/2015 12:46:18 AM
    Gue-Pelou - Tall Mask. - Mediate between the world of the living and the spiritual world - Chapter Fifteen We have reached the last Chapter of, “To Damce with Ugly People,” - Chapter Fifteen. Dani Marie Dobson Ransom has had to wear a Tall ... more

  • VOODOO by Lorene Stunson Hill 1/15/2015 12:29:49 PM
    Sikyi - Express Oneself in Courtship. - Courtship and sexual encounters. - Chapter Thirteen My father was very superstitious. Everything you can think of, that falls under the heading of Superstition, frightened him. I grew up ordered to s... more

  • J.O.B. by Lorene Stunson Hill 1/15/2015 1:11:51 AM
    Bademalor - Dance after a hard day’s work. - Wanting to celebrate. - Chapter Twelve In Chapter Twelve of, “To Dance with Ugly People,” Dani experiences the J.O.B. = Joy Of Bonding. She finds employment in a city new to her and develops rea... more

  • Memories, Reality and Peace by Lorene Stunson Hill 1/11/2015 10:33:46 AM
    Bohooho - The Joy of Achieving Independence. - The new life envisaged. - Chapter Eleven In Chapter Eleven of, “To Dance with Ugly People,” Dani dreams of a “new life envisaged.” As we all do, when envisioning a new beginning, we refle... more

  • Back from Never never land by Terry R. McAnally 12/31/2014 7:26:13 AM
    Almost feeling like mself again, but not quite.... more

  • Time Magazine’s ‘Person of the Year’ Should Have Been Ayelet Waldman by Kage Alan 12/11/2014 4:30:12 AM
    There was a definite missed opportunity for Time Magazine this week. When it comes to fighting injustice, nobody does it better than author Ayelet Waldman.... more

  • What Do You Do When the Writing Stops? by Gabriel Boutros 12/2/2014 6:43:51 PM
    Are you like me? You’ve spent a year, or two, or three working on your book. You’ve read it and re-read it; revised, corrected and edited it. You’ve had it looked at by proof-readers, beta readers and your most trusted friends. But, eventually, after... more

  • Going Slow with NaNoWriMo by Janis I Soucie 11/8/2014 10:31:05 AM
    I hate to say it. I haven’t been NaNoing as much as I’d like. It’s strange how fired up one can be at the beginning of such adventures and then find themselves struggling to meet the word count each day. At the beginning it’s as if all you c... more

  • SOLUTION by Robert A. Mills 10/15/2014 7:02:14 AM
    S0LUTION – Wednesday – Oct 15, 2014 For all of me, we should do away with both the NCAA and the NFL. Replace them with the BMAA and the BMFL. The ‘BM’ part is my initials, and I’m glad to donate them to the cause. They will go a lon... more

  • CONCORDE - Saturday by Robert A. Mills 10/4/2014 6:43:31 AM
    CONCORDE – Saturday I woke up in the Sonesta Beach Hotel in Bermuda. I took my motorbike, which was parked outside my suite’s door, and with the golf bag across my shoulders set out for Green Acres Country Club at the far end of the island.... more

  • Outraged by William Bonilla 9/28/2014 10:01:53 AM
    Outraged!!!! where is all the outraged NOW?????? we don't hear any comments from the clowns in the Washington, A woman gets decapitated in Oklahoma by a terrorist, the stooge media plays id down candy coating their coverage with minimal... more

  • Tied Down by Genre by Gabriel Boutros 9/10/2014 3:29:28 PM
    My novel, Face/Mask is almost done, and I expect it to be ready for publication by late fall as previously announced. But I’ve been having a hard time figuring out how to categorize it, which unfortunately has become de rigeur now. It seems that if y... more

  • NPR by Robert A. Mills 8/30/2014 6:46:34 AM
    If any pleasure can be derived from saying “goodbye, kids, gimme another hug” to grandchildren, Hutson and Ellie, it is looking forward to listening to the NPR broadcast on the car radio of Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me!, while driving back to Atlanta f... more

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