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I was going to review Hemingway’s A MOVEABLE FEAST, but…

…I am knee deep (I’m pretty tall dude so that’s pretty darn deep) into so much stuff* — stuff being formatting my two latest books HOW NOT TO DIE and SHORT VERSES & OTHER CURSES into print editions; setting up … Continue reading

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An Introduction to Author MB Bissett

Originally posted on MB Blissett:
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs posits that when base needs are met, then your desires become more refined. Which usually means that your fears probably work on the same level. If you’re not risking death every…

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Hey Reader, What’s Your Angle?

Probably the most influential and impactive course I took during my college years (and for me, “college years” do not mean four coming-out-years of raucous partying and occasional studying, it means thirteen long and tedious years of night school, transferring … Continue reading

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What’s On Your Bookshelf?

So, I just created a new page called “Writing Resources” where I’ve listed all the books in my library that I consider as resources critical to my self as a writer. Check it out – hopefully you’ll find some use … Continue reading

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A Review of Short Verses & Other Curses by Paul Xylinides of theliteraryreader

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? ? Review of Kurt Brindley’s Short Verses & Other Curses (Haiku, Senryū, & Other Poetic, Artistic, & Photographic Miscellany) by Paul Xylinides ? ? A Warrior Poet’s Hard-Won Epiphanies ? Self-made and/or naturally insight-endowed, Kurt Brindley…

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It’s easy to articulate what I like

It’s less than easy to articulate why I like… #notetoself #criticsarepeopletoo    

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Volume IV Selection for the Indie Author Book Selection & Review

You may have heard that Dr. Wayne Dyer has died. And you may have seen several of my posts where I discuss how much Dr. Dyer has meant to me over the recent years. And you may have noticed that … Continue reading

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