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How to make me believe in your young adult dystopia

In my quest to binge watch ALL THE SHOWS, I started watching The 100.

This is (yet another) Young Adult Dystopia (actually, the ‘topia’ part of dystopia is questionable. 847 more words

Donna A Leahey

Throwing Out Journals and the Lesson of the Letters

Recently, I was reminiscing with my lifelong buddy, Tommy. We’ve been friends since the first day of sixth grade.

We were talking about our high school poetry. 355 more words


Hello world!

I got great advice. I think. In order to get published, I have to get noticed first.

Okay. Social media? Self-publishing? Who knows? So after watching… 248 more words


Age Ain't No Thing

The stories we tell ourselves are funny things.

Lately, I’ve noticed several people fixating on the relationship between writing and age.

They might say, I’m too young to write. 242 more words


Research and Writing

In December of 2005, after watching a staged student presentation of the Rosa Parks bus protest that sparked the Civil Rights Movement, I was inspired (can’t think of a better word) to write a short story that incorporates that event. 601 more words

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Two Books One Price - ML Kilian

You can now order both my novels -paperback version – at a discount price through my PayPal account (link coming soon).

Piazza Navona sold normally for 16.95USD is 12.00USD… 79 more words

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Taking a hammer and chisel to those words on the page by Sheila Deeth

Sylvia’s story, titled Infinite Sum, will soon be released by Second Wind Publishing. If you’ve read Divide by Zero, you might remember Sylvia as a teen falling prey to the Paradise Predator in the woods. 555 more words