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Freedom.

Endings. Transitions. I think for a long time I lived in fear of them. Never pathological fear, mind you. Not a phobia or an incapacitation. And when it comes down to it I think I’ve actually handled most endings and transitions in my life with a degree of ease, and as I’ve gotten older even some grace. 484 more words

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Part 2: Changing my mind about self-publishing Cont' even further

iUniverse and the publishing path of the novel A Perfect Blindness

Being smart, self-publishers have swiped a key marketing idea from traditional publishers.

In marketing, there is a concept called signaling. 377 more words

Self Publishing

There is more to experiencing life than mere sight

Try this: stop, close your eyes, and focus on your other senses instead. You might discover a world beyond your eyes that you haven’t payed enough attention to. 1,879 more words

Personal Narrative

#410 - Write about a time in your life when you had to be brave. What situation were you in? How did you find the strength?

The year I got married I had to get some pesky plantars warts removed from the bottom of my left foot. We’d tried everything, and by we I mean the podiatrist. 729 more words

Young Adult

Updates April 2017

“Happy” Birthday To Me! 

It has been a shocking 31 years of my life and little have I given the idea that I would even make it this far in life.   611 more words

Personal Narrative

Part 2: Changing my mind about self-publishing Cont' further

iUniverse and the publishing path of the novel A Perfect Blindness

Perhaps most importantly for changing minds: some authors actually started making money publishing their own books. 367 more words

Personal Narrative

Art is to provide only half of the equation - an interview with Phillip Toledano

Versione italiana in fondo

One of the first things that come to your mind when you see Phillip Toledano’s pictures is “Who is Phil Toledano?”. Moving gracefully from intimate projects (such as… 2,782 more words