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Escaping Psychiatry in audio. Sample and possibility of a FREE copy!

Hi all:

I know I’ve been talking about the audio for my book Escaping Psychiatry for a long time. That is because although the recording took place last year (go and meet great actor, writer, and director Alan Cooke (Wild Irish Poet)  950 more words

Alan Cooke

Bradley Jay: Iceland Slideshow

Iceland offers a big blast of exotic travel for a minimum expenditure of time and money. See the beautiful Icelandic horses, black sand beaches, fjords festooned with sea birds, lots of super cool music, and powerful unspoiled nature with a quick trip to our northeast neighbor. 94 more words

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Narration from The Story of the 2013 Marshall Softball Team

Good day everyone. I have been hard at work going through much of my audio and thought you might enjoy a little story telling teaser from a video that I poured my heart and soul into for the Marshall Softball team. 22 more words

Lovers' Quarrel

Last week, I asked my students in my Essay Writing class to write a short narrative paragraph that will illustrate the line “my parents are on the edge of breaking up.” While they’re busy working on their narratives, I also tried to come up with one and here’s what I wrote: 230 more words

Bits And Pieces

~ Another Li'l Ditty for m'Day Job

Back in March, I posted A Little Ditty for My Day Job. It showcased a short video I created at the request of a colleague.  162 more words

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It's the 21st century and James Joyce is still hitting the nail on the head.

I’ve been reading James Joyces’ Dubliners because I’m trying to become more culturally literate and I needed something quick to read after spending two months reading Les Miserables (it was the most cathartic and beautiful 2200 pages I’ve ever read). 282 more words


the warm embrace of possibility

Today, while I was laughing along with my coworkers as they made fun of me for appearing to not have any pants on (this is a common occurrence in my life), I remembered, all of a sudden, an old woman I met on my road trip earlier this summer. 710 more words