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Four Words, One Woman: How I Chose My Tag Line

If you are on any social media platform, you’ve no doubt been bombarded by “about me” or self-description sections of varying lengths. These websites want you to narrow down your beautiful, unique, multifaceted personality into a few short paragraphs — or even more difficultly — a few short words or phrases.  716 more words

Creative Writing

Poster of the Week - The Wild Bunch (1969)

The Wild Bunch (1969)

One of many used for the movie’s original release, this poster for Sam Peckinpah’s seminal Western, is both powerful and sobering at the same time, its elements combining to provide an elegiac, mournful reflection of the movie itself. 307 more words

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Poster of the Week - The Best Years of Our Lives (1946)

The Best Years of Our Lives (1946)

One of the best – if not the best – post-World War II dramas was a triumph for all concerned, a seven-time Oscar winner that showed the difficulties of servicemen returning home and facing a range of difficulties in readjusting to “normal” life.   440 more words

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My Proclimation

I have been in my industry for a number of years now, be it Hair-related, Clothing-related, or otherwise. Over these years I have been working diligently, against a major learning curve no less, to build my platform, my connections, relations.. 277 more words

My Novel is About...Elevator Tag Line

At Millie Ho’s blog we find her novel summarized in 10 sentences. I’ve taken on the challenge. It’s a great way to figure out what to say at cocktail parties when you know you’ve got to make it quick because people are only asking about your novel to be nice. 178 more words

Poster of the Week - Westworld (1973)

Westworld (1973)

When I first saw Westworld it was on a double bill with its sequel Futureworld when that movie was released in 1976.  At the cinema where I saw them both, there was only the poster for… 316 more words

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