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Is Writing Hard for Everyone or Just Me?

Hey! What’s up?! Long time no speak. Everyone surviving these bizarre times okay? I must admit that I have grown accustomed to not blogging or socializing on the internet these past several months. Not that I haven’t missed you, it’s … Continue reading

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A Guest Post by Author Larry Kahaner

READ KURT’S FIVE-STAR REVIEW OF LARRY’S THRILLER: USA, INC.     GREED AND THE CONSTITUTION A Novel Pair By Larry Kahaner   I enjoy writing about greed. It’s an emotion that intrigues me because I’m not a greedy person, so … Continue reading

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A First-Rate Fish Tale of a Thriller: USA, Inc. – A Review

BOOK | FICTION | THRILLER USA, Inc. (A Mike Wardman Novel: Book 1) by Larry Kahaner RATING: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★   When acclaimed and prolific author, investigative journalist, and private investigator Larry Kahaner reached out to me to … Continue reading

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Any Fans?

  Been wanting to read this for a long time but now that I finally have it… I find its presence rather… intimidating.   #prayforthetimidreaders    

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On Being Irishman Oscar Fingal O’Flahertie Wills Wilde

  Quantum Mutata* THERE was a time in Europe long ago When no man died for freedom anywhere, But England’s lion leaping from its lair Laid hands on the oppressor! it was so While England could a great Republic show. … Continue reading

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KNOW THE WARNING SIGNS

You know, in the past, regardless the president in power, it has always pretty much been a constant whine from all the many millions of gun lovers toting their many more millions of guns that their Second Amendment rights are … Continue reading

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“Post-apocalyptic fiction has been moved to our current affairs section”

I wish I were smart enough to be able to claim this post’s eye/brain-catching headline as my own. But, alas, I cannot because I got it from this read-worthy #longread of an article written by John Feffer, a journalist and … Continue reading

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Meet our 2016 National Book Award Winner

Colson Whitehead was born in 1969, and was raised in Manhattan. After graduating from Harvard College, he started working at the Village Voice, where he wrote reviews of television, books, and music… COLSONWHITEHEAD.COM 2016 NATIONAL BOOK AWARD WINNER

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So, it looks like “The Industry” is finally beginning to figure out this Snapchat thing…

I began a quest a while back to understand how Indie Authors such as myself can leverage the seemingly incomprehensible (at least to an old dud like me) yet immensely popular messaging app called Snapchat. To be honest, I gave … Continue reading

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From Author Dave Astor: Guest Literature Post by Donald Trump!

Originally posted on Dave Astor on Literature:
This blog will be different today, because Donald Trump demanded to write a guest piece. I told him he doesn’t read literature or know much about it, but he insisted. Anyway, things will…

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James Baldwin: Keeping it Real

  Often during his speech it’s hard to tell whether he’s speaking of Reagan or of Trump… #celebratediversity AFRICANAMERICANHISTORYMONTH.GOV  

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At Art’s Pointy End of the Spear

As an artist, by which I mean anyone who creates artistically in any medium, do you ever use your art as a down in the trenches, fight fire with fire type of weapon in the never-ending battle against the forces … Continue reading

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Why Write, Dammit?!

I’m not a very good writer, by which I don’t only mean it in regards to what I’ve written, but also and mostly to how I’ve written. The act of writing pains me and I’ll pretty much do anything mostly … Continue reading

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