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60 The New 40, Bull Hockey.

I learned the hard way today that if you are over 60 years old, don’t go to the doctor!  When the nurse asked me step onto the scale and then asked me how tall I was.  693 more words

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Tips for Indie Writers: How to Create Your Own Book Trailer with Power Point

Book trailers have become a popular means to draw attention to your book. The main advantage they have over other types of promotional material is their ability to include sound, specifically music. 3,035 more words

Novels

Tuesday Tip

This week, I really didn’t know what to write about, which gave me an idea. Ironic, yes? I thought, many of you could be facing the same dilemma, so what would I tell you to do? 574 more words

Writing

'Emanations: Foray into Forever' and Call for Submissions

Emanations: Foray into Forever actually came out a couple of months ago and I’ve still yet to get a copy! It’s been on my to-read list, and my to-read list is pretty long. 328 more words

Poetry

"Bukowski has a positive effect on the Georgians, who are sad but still hopeful..."


FROM GEORGIAN ART PLATFORM (Contemporary art from Georgia, Caucacus): 

Andro‘s graffiti opened the Popiashvili Gvaberidze Window Project on the Rustaveli Avenue. The vitrine of one of the historical houses in Tbilisi has been sporting Georgian Contemporary art since mid-August. 412 more words

Writing

Our newest release: ‘Affectionately Yours’

By Sue Fenwick

Designer Judy Whitman infuses each of her pieces with her classic, timeless style. Her pastel color palette and elegant finishes reflect her long-standing relationship with the needle and thread. 752 more words

Sue Fenwick

Ten Sentence Fiction: The Trial

One of the most wanted men in the world.  Wanted for war crimes and dealing in nuclear weapons, Victor Shultz, had finally been captured after a secret 4 year CIA operation.   142 more words

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