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Getting Your Shit Together: A (Very) Rough Guide to Making a Lifestyle

I do get asked reasonably often how I managed ended up leaving my old career and traveling, working in Antarctica, taking long breaks in between, etc.  1,533 more words

Waxing Philosophic

'Fire! We've Got a Fire in the Cockpit!'

On this date in 1967, a few ticks past 6:31 p.m. EST, a blowtorch fire erupted in the crew cabin of the Apollo 1 spacecraft during a launch pad test at Cape Canaveral, Florida, The spacecraft was pressurized with pure oxygen, the cockpit filled with flammable materials. 376 more words

Biography

Guest Author KS Ferguson

In my recent invite to authors KS Ferguson was swift to respond and provided an insight into her writing methods, novels and views on publishing. There’s a lot to chew on, so I won’t take any more of your time. 2,013 more words

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When Is the Last Time You Went Outside Your Comfort Zone?

I recently went outside my comfort zone, when I biked across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Sure, I was with 100 other riders, I slept in hotels on two nights, and I knew I had the security of the SAG truck that would pick me up if I couldn’t complete the day’s ride. 386 more words

Advice For Financial Planners

Spotlight ~ Men for Hire Anthology ~ Michelle Roth Character Interview #Erotica #mustread #menforhireantho @mroth_author

Hi there, everyone! I’m Michelle Roth and I’m here to introduce my latest release, Calculated Risk. It’s a part of the Men For Hire anthology! If you or your readers have any questions for the authors, feel free to use the #menforhireantho hashtag on Twitter and we’ll reach out to you with answers! 1,367 more words

Kacey Hammell

Update on New Gus Grissom Bio Coming in June 2016

After more than six years of researching, interviewing, drafting and rewriting, I am nearing completion of my biography of astronaut Virgil I. “Gus” Grissom, Calculated Risk: The Supersonic Life and Times of Gus Grissom… 211 more words

Biography

Announcement!

Huck and I wanted a fun way to announce to our friends that we’re applying for Chicago Sketchfest, so I wrote this silly piece. It takes all of the coming-out-of-the-closet tropes and parallels them with the similar bizarre reactions comedians deal with. 886 more words

Beating The System