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Thursday Scribblings 2.4.15

The third law of 48 laws of power by Robert Greene again gives a brilliant suggestion. “Hide your intentions.”

I have learnt this lesson really late, but it is true, we normal human beings prefer to be open books, to be on the good books of others, it suits nice with good people, those who don’t/wont stab people on their back but it can be a deadly weapon in the hands of enemies or friends turned enemies. 132 more words

Sharmishtha Basu

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3rd law of 48 laws of power by Robert greene

My Guest Blog for the SFWA's 50th Anniversary

The aging writer hunches over her pen and paper in a cramped and cluttered room. The hour has grown late, daylight long since fled. The wicks of candles gutter as a cold draft of wind blows through the crevices of eternity. 593 more words


An Interview with Debbie Lynn Smith, Creator of Gates of Midnight

In early March I had the pleasure of meeting Debbie Lynn Smith, creator of the amazing new comic series Gates of Midnight, at the Long Beach Comic Expo. 2,596 more words


Anvil Launch

Phenomenal readings from Jeff Steudel, Melissa Bull, and Kevin Spenst at the Railway Club in Vancouver.

Thanks for the good work!  Jen Currin outstanding, of course, as MC for the evening.  Yay words.


The Typo That Got Away

I missed Shakespeare’s birthday celebration because I was in the middle of final, final edits.  Those of you who are writers are keenly aware of the abject horror of final, final edits. 321 more words

Life Of Jan

Hip Hip Horray Sunday

Guess what I just found out, two of my books are headed on over to the Apple iTune store for distribution. They made it!, they passed the review and are in tip top shape. 209 more words

Author's Voice

Unhinged Geezer (Chapter 3-b)

Chapter 3-b 

The Starbucks on Rancho California Road was busy as usual. Five people stood in line ahead of me, waiting for their orders. I looked around and saw the young pastor sitting at a table in the back of the room. 885 more words