Monthly Archives: October 2016

Writing Pleasures

I recently had the pleasure and the privilege of talking to Tammy Bjelland on her Stories of Growth podcast which will air on November 1st. If you wanted to attend tomorrow’s seminar, The Joys and Frustrations of Writing AND Publishing … Continue reading

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The Third Man May Have Been SpongeBob

I recently watched the highly acclaimed 1949 film, The Third Man, starring Joseph Cotton, Orson Wells, and a beautiful Italian actress named Alida Valli. The film was completely disconcerting, not because of Orson Welles malignant character nor the creepy lighting, … Continue reading

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I Can Help You Birth Your Book!

Writing a book is like having a baby: Creating it may involve some concentrated pain, but once Junior—or your manuscript—is born, it’s born. It will need to be cleaned up, but it’s alive and kicking. Publishing and marketing a book, … Continue reading

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Nothing Like a Game in June

The Orioles are in the playoffs, and while their stay may not last past Tuesday night, that is still an accomplishment considering that most pundits’ pre-season picks had them finishing last. A certain blogger you know and love made some … Continue reading

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