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#Writivism2016: Day 4. Festival Bestsellers

Coming across African literature in downtown Kampala is like looking for a drop of water in the Sahara. You don’t believe me? Take a walk in town and I guarantee you, Western titles will dominate their African counterparts 10 to 1. 1,234 more words

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Chapter 24

Arthur stood speechless. Gerald Sr. had not yet made an appearance during this invasion.  Most of Arthur’s team assumed the reins were passed down to the younger generation, while their parents relaxed on a beach enjoying their spoils. 475 more words

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Especially for Writers

Writing–from the sublime ideal to the grudging reality. And still we love it. 6 more words

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Agnishatdal and Agnijaat in Amazon from October.

Well, from October the twins will be in Amazon, I have checked out their format, it does not screws up my ezines, so they will be compiled together in three months in one issue and will be published in Amazon. 95 more words

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The Mad Typewriter

Having your book published, especially if it is your first book is supposed to be an exciting time for you. Well, at least that’s what I like to think. 508 more words

Broken Bones - Progress Update

There’s nothing worse than not knowing what’s happening when you’ve submitted a story, been told it was accepted and that edits are on their way and then silence descends. 269 more words

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Meet Troy David Loy author of Agnishatdal the Ezine

Troy David Loy is an American student and writer with a love for things Indian, creating fractal art, and science. He is owned by two cats, Mr. 151 more words

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