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Overcoming Fear by ‘Lifetime of Achievement’ by Jordan Maylea Ramirez

Fear is one of the major factors that stands in the way on our path from where we are today to where we want to go. Fear of failure, of course, but also the fear of the unknown, the fear … Continue reading

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The Story Behind Lifetime of Achievement by Jordan Maylea Ramirez

Writing has always been something that’s come easily for me. I love to read, have been inspired by many books throughout my life (both fiction and non-fiction), and the idea of inspiring someone in that way is something I’ve always … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger Helen Smith: Work with Survivors of Torture Inspires New Dystopian Novel

  Work with Survivors of Torture Inspires New Dystopian Novel By Helen Smith, author of ‘The Miracle Inspector’ I was inspired to write my dystopian novel The Miracle Inspector after volunteering for several years as a writing mentor with exiled … Continue reading

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King Arthur – History or Legend? by Donna Fletcher Crow

King Arthur, History or Legend? Arthurian Britain: The Anointing of the King By Donna Fletcher Crow, author of ‘Glastonbury: A Novel of the Holy Grail’ The ancient tale, the one we all know and love— told by bards and minstrels … Continue reading

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Why I Love Steampunk by SM Blooding, author of THE HANDS OF TAROT

Why I Love Steampunk! By SM Blooding There are many reasons why I love Steampunk! In the era Steampunk is usually written, which is the beginning of the Industrial Age, we literally thought anything was possible. We’d just seen the … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger: Exploring the Morales Dictatorship in Plant Teacher by Caroline Alethia

Caroline Alethia is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in newspapers, magazines, on radio and in web outlets. Her words have reached audiences on six continents. She lived in Bolivia and was a witness to many of the events … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger: What the World Needs Now – Authentic leadership by Andreas Dudas

Andreas Dudàs has more than 20 years leadership experience gained in top executive positions in over 25 countries. Visionary entrepreneur, mentor, motivational speaker & expert on authentic (life) leadership, he is the author of Do You Dare To Be Yourself? … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger: Blueberries and Bowls by Kim Antieau

Mmm blueberries.  When I think of blueberries, I think of blueberry pancakes.  Or piping hot blueberry muffins.  Mmm…mmm.  Today our guest is Kim Antieau, author of Her Frozen Wild, who has written a piece about blueberries and…bowls.  Enjoy! Kim Antieau … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger: Noah Baird author of ‘Donations to Clarity’ tells us how lying will make us better writers

Noah Baird wanted to attend the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Clown College, but his grades weren’t good enough (who knew?).  However, his grades were good enough to fly for the U.S. Navy (again, who knew?), where he spent … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Glorify Each Day by John Banks

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Glorify Each Day  By John Banks A few small parts of the novel are my own little tribute to the television show Lost.  I became pretty well obsessed with the show (although I must … Continue reading

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