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A story teller must be tenacious

Pitch, pitch, pitching at Heaven’s door. ✎ By Wayne K. Spear

What’s the story?

An account and a message and a performance and a bond. The most powerful stories communicate values, identity, and purpose. 281 more words

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Big charcoal drawings

I also dug out these massive charcoal drawings fon a number of years ago. Nice to see them again.

  
  

Artist

Tories all in for Barnet and Camden selection contest

THE fall of Brian Coleman in Barnet has opened up quite a contest among north London Conservatives as they search for a way to re-take his old London Assembly seat, surrendered to Labour’s Andrew Dismore in 2012. 166 more words

Brian Coleman

Character Posters for "Full Moon, Inc." Released

New character posters have been released for Full Moon, Inc.—the upcoming genre romp from director Thomas Smith. The posters depict the film’s main characters along with some pretty interesting quotes. 56 more words

Horror

Principal Photography Wraps on "Full Moon, Inc."

Principal photography has officially wrapped on Full Moon, Inc., an upcoming paranormal noir film that sounds like a mixture of Dylan Dog and the comic series… 81 more words

Horror

"Living Leadership" is honored in 2015 International Book Awards

WOW! INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARDS 2015 FINALIST “LIVING LEADERSHIP”

From: International Book Awards
To: thomaslsmith
Subject: 2015 Results Announced
Date: May 21, 2015 4:57 PM

May 21, 2014… 431 more words

Business Careers

Cathy Shrank. Writing the Nation in Reformation England, 1530-1580. Oxford University Press, 2004

Publisher’s description:

Writing the Nation in Reformation England is a major re-evaluation of English writing between 1530 and 1580. Studying authors such as Andrew Borde, John Leland, William Thomas, Thomas Smith, and Thomas Wilson, Cathy Shrank highlights the significance of these decades to the formation of English nationhood and examines the impact of the break with Rome on the development of a national language, literary style, and canon. 122 more words

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