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#Read about Guest #Author M.T. Bass

Call me Mudcat!

It dates back to a time when I labored in the very bowels of corporate America. I gave everybody I worked with a blues nickname. 754 more words

Authors

Slice #5: What is Beauty?

This morning I woke up and decided the world needed more beauty, so I created an infographic of sorts to spread my message…

CREDITS:

Idea adapted from Rainn Wilson’s… 10 more words

Slice Of Life Writing

#Read about Guest #Author Ekaterina Botziou

‘The man may be the head, but the woman is the neck, and she can turn the head any way she wants.’

As the daughter of a red-blooded, hairy chested, plate-smashing Spartan, and more recently the wife of an (ever so slightly) less hairy-chested but no less red-blooded Cypriot warrior, I live my life by this saying. 697 more words

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On Short Stories, Reading and Other Ramblings

The Children’s books of my youth were filled with short stories, many of them surrounding the tumultuous conflicts of chicks, puppies and other farm animals, often unfolding in and around parks, ponds and barns.  2,443 more words

C.C. Kelly

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AUTHORS - The truth is in this article :D

A Multi-Genre, Multimedia Approach

Week 5, and we’ve been asked to put together a piece which features multiple genres and multiple media, with which I’ve taken a few liberties. The end result was a video, which was well-received, but one much respected critic commented that it included a video clip that was both too long and detracted from my writing… 36 more words

Curriculum Theory

UPCOMING MYSTERY THRILLER: THE 13TH DOOR

Hi folks,

I promised a while back I would reveal more details about a new book I am working on. In this book I depart from my normal Young Adult novels into a new novel aimed squarely at the adult market. 285 more words

Paul G Day

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AUTHORS - have YOU ever changed the reading audience you're used to? :D