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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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The Alt-Oscars*

Let’s do this. ALT BEST PICTURE: I’ve only seen one “Best Picture” nomination — “Arrival” and I thought it was mostly Zzz… — so out of all the 2016 movies I have seen, not just those nominated, which still are … Continue reading

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“The Way” of Technology

Well, my bold Westworld binge-watching bonanza proclamation turned out to be nothing more than a bunch of ballyhooed BS… I only got through the fourth episode before running out of time. Consequently, I can’t provide anything much in the way … Continue reading

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Games of Thrones + Peaky Blinders / Harry Potter = In the Heart of the Sea

IN THE HEART OF THE SEA FILM | MOVIE | STUDIO | DRAMA RATING: ★ ★ ★ ★ At least that seems to be the math formula used to come up with the cast list. I suppose, though, to get … Continue reading

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The Promotional “Devices” I May Employ To Hook You Onto My Nascent #VBLOG

In addition to trying to shake out as many donation dollars as possible from you… I may discuss and further expand upon interesting comments you leave for me in reaction to on one of my Relating to Humans blog posts … 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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A Prolific Poet

Originally posted on Chronicles of a Blogaholic:
“Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.” Robert Frost There’s a blogger I’ve been following since I began my blog. He’s one of the first bloggers that…

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THE REVENANT: It’s Really Good (for a laugh)

THE REVENANT FILM | MOVIE | STUDIO | DRAMA RATING: ★ ★ ★ ★ Since I didn’t know off the top of my head what the word “revenant” meant, I had thought, in the spirit of Shakespeare, it was a … 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

Originally posted on theliteraryreader:
? ? 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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At least when the robots take over they will be much quicker in rejecting one of my stories…

You know, seeing how we already have robots writing poetry and composing music, I assume we will soon have robots taking over as reviewers and editors, as well. I yearn for that day… You see, months and months ago — … Continue reading

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