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May 2009 Blog Posts (15)

Book Chapters can make interesting "stand alone" Short Stories

I aways loved THE MARTIAN CHRONICLES by Ray Bradbury.



A collection of chapters that each could stand alone as self contained stories.



I wrote a Speculative Spiritual Fantasy novel entitled

IVORY JOINS THE REAPING WORLD WIND or

WHO CAUSED THE BEST END OF EARTH EVER?



ISBN 0741442833



I find that many of my book's chapters can stand alone as short stories.



Here is an example (a chapter transformed into a short story posing as a… Continue

Added by HOLLIS WILLIAMS on May 29, 2009 at 9:30am — No Comments

Do Unto Others

Mary shifted her bulky body awkwardly in the small area between the counter and the till opening her chaffed thighs to relieve the constant burning. She sighed and turned the chair around to face the customer unpacking her shopping onto the moving belt. As discreetly as she could she slipped her thumb in the waistband of her skirt and prized it away from the sweaty fold of fat overlapping her waist. She leaned forward to pick up a frozen chicken that was coming towards her on the belt steadying… Continue

Added by Olga Mena on May 27, 2009 at 4:08am — No Comments

Artificial Intelligence Versus Human Writers - By Lance Winslow



There are many jobs that include writing, and creative thought. Often, there are people in these fields that make good amount of money, no most do not, but there are some that do. The question is what about all the rest? Do we really need humans to do all that writing? Think about it and think about how much better artificial intelligence is getting these days?



Did you know there is a computer scientist that has programmed software… Continue

Added by Lance Winslow on May 24, 2009 at 7:15pm — 2 Comments

Interactive gaming and accessories

The world of gaming is in a different mode in this high-tech generation in which many products and games are designed lets have a close look at some of them:



Wii Remote

A cool product Wii Remote brings a revolution to the game play. A simple to use smart and trendy with great use of technology having motion sensitivity. Get rid of the hassle free wires with wireless technology which is very popular and inevitable part of… Continue

Added by jackin mathis on May 21, 2009 at 2:30am — No Comments

Primitives of Mobile Broadband

This global techno savvy world is making the world smaller by bringing everything to your doorstep or rather desktop. Internet and World Wide Web caters you information of anything and everything you need. Only urgency for this is your connection with the Internet. But when you are away from your wired connection, or while you are on the go, accessibility of Internet comes in question?



This is when a mobile broadband comes… Continue

Added by jackin mathis on May 19, 2009 at 4:30am — No Comments

Great Auckland Chefs

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Added by Pam Smith on May 17, 2009 at 2:30pm — No Comments

I need you to write for my book

this is a general appeal to all writers.



it is a commentary book on my art. I create in the medium of porcelain and etching.

my book is an avalanche of oppinions.

you comment on the pictures that you find interesting or inspire you.



and then the best writing is selected for the hard copyhere is the work space…

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Added by John Bauer on May 16, 2009 at 8:08am — 1 Comment

Cuckleburr, for writers & readers

For all you writers...

Check out: www.cuckleburr.com. It's a great website that has a marvelous readership.
-Susan :)

Added by Susan on May 15, 2009 at 10:38am — No Comments

Bobby's Diner places...

This morning, I almost deleted an email message from the Awards Administrator of Indie Book Awards...

Good thing I didn't!



The news: "Bobby's Diner" (a novel by Susan Wingate - that's me!) placed as a finalist in this year's

2009 Next Generation Indie Book Awards!



I'm so excited I can hardly stop typing. Wow. What an honor. It feels so good to be selected at this level.



Well, I just wanted to share my good fortune. Thank you for your time!… Continue

Added by Susan on May 15, 2009 at 8:39am — No Comments

New stories

Two new stories and one poem published.


http://www.camrocpressreview.com/

http://fictionatwork.com/issue39.aspx

Thank you to all the readers and writer's and their support!

Added by Angela Carlton on May 12, 2009 at 7:43am — 1 Comment

Learn How To Write Your Best-Seller in 28 Days

Learn how to write your best-seller in just 28 days, or less!



Can you imagine writing your own NOVEL or Self Improvement book?



The THRILL of putting your words onto paper. The EXCITEMENT of receiving your first copy. The KICK at seeing your book featured at a local store. The BUZZ of signing your first copy.



But you know what would make it all EVEN BETTER?



Getting it all done in just ONE MONTH.



Working as little as 40 MINUTES a… Continue

Added by Timothy Kendrick on May 12, 2009 at 6:20am — No Comments

RISING THRILL

Beside phone
a chocolate box
and condoms

rising thrill
smell makes body swirl
as bones breathe


--R.K.SINGH

Added by Ram Krishna Singh on May 12, 2009 at 3:27am — No Comments

The Andaman Islands

Capture a virtual glimpse of the Andaman Islands, India. That's what I leave behind... impressions of a visit to the blue isles.
Visit blog at www.theandamans.blogspot.com

Jacob

Added by Jacob on May 12, 2009 at 2:13am — No Comments

Spring...Finally!!!

Just got back in the house after helping SheWhoMustBeObeyed out on the patio putting in our "patio garden." It's a container garden with flowers, herbs and, of course, tomatoes (grape and cherry this year). Nice to finally be able to start growing.



I've always had a garden, it seems. Every Spring, as soon as the plants are available at the nursery or home improvement store, there we are. Of course, living in the "Upper Midwest", you have to be sure the freeze season is over. May 4th… Continue

Added by Will Duarte on May 10, 2009 at 3:07pm — No Comments

The Company We Keep

Remember how when you were younger, your parents would quiz you about who you were spending time with? You had friends they objected to but couldn't tell you why. These were always the friends who were doing things you knew better than to do, but hey, they were fun to be with. Inevitably your parents would say something about how it would look for you to hang out with these kids. When you shrugged and protested and asked "What's the problem?" your parents would lecture you about how you were… Continue

Added by Robin Minnick on May 2, 2009 at 4:00pm — 2 Comments

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