Monthly Archives: October 2013

Author Paul Stansfield on Inspiration

Goading Inspiration Into Hitting You   Getting an inspiration for a story (and I imagine, for other creative things, like songs, sculptures, etc.) can often be maddening.  It puts me in mind of a funny part from the Douglas Adams … Continue reading

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Mary Burke for Governor?

According to an email I received from an organization known as Emily’s List, Mary Burke of Wisconsin is the woman to beat current Governor Scott Walker in the next election. Mary Burke seems like a lovely woman, with a winning … Continue reading

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“Happy Halloween” by SS Hampton Sr.

Hello! It’s almost Halloween! Anyway, by the time you are reading this blog, hopefully the massive butt plug that has been keeping our elected representatives from representing the best interests of their constituents has been removed. Hopefully. I am sure … Continue reading

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My Guest Today is Author Dominique Eastwick

Boston you’re my Home  Anyone who has read any of my books might have noticed I set a great many of my stories with the back drop of Boston or New England. WHY? Because it is a town that I … Continue reading

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Carrie Russell, Author of Drowning Cactus, Lost and Found on the Appalachian Trail.

I was twenty when my parents dropped me at a trailhead to hike the last five hundred miles of the Appalachian Trail, north to Maine from Vermont. Looking back now, I am amazed—and grateful—that they went along with my plans … Continue reading

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Please Welcome Author Patricia Yager Delagrange

MOON OVER ALCATRAZ by Patricia Yager Delagrange BIO: Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Patricia attended St. Mary’s College, studied her junior year at the University of Madrid, received a B.A. in Spanish at UC Santa Barbara … Continue reading

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