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Evidence of Flossing

Evidence of Flossing

Would God floss? Do spiders sing? Can you see the Universe in your reflection? Find the answers to these questions and more in this new book by Connecticut writer Jen Payne. Her poems in EVIDENCE OF FLOSSING: WHAT WE LEAVE BEHIND investigate the human condition and its folly, the beauty of our natural world, and the possibility of divine connection.

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Burtrum Lee

Burtrum Lee

Burtrum Lee Conner, born into a world of scientific mystery, discovers that the life she’s been leading for the past forty years, is the wrong one. Her parent’s Jed and Jane Conner, stealing her as an infant, brought Lee up as their own.

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Our Hatred of Helplessness

Our Hatred of Helplessness

I was trapped as surely as those Russian dissidents I had recently learned about. The totalitarian government informed them that if they tried to escape not only would they be captured and killed, their families and loved ones would also be punished. If you loved your family, it was virtually impossible to wiggle free under those terms.

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Free Will Odyssey

Free Will Odyssey

Peter Tesla, a prodigious young inventor, develops an electronic device to enhance the user’s free will. A major application is drug detoxification. Peter’s star client is the U.S. president. Along the way, Peter is tried for the mysterious death of a girlfriend and struggles with the schemes of a secretive industrialist.

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A Rebel Among Us

A Rebel Among Us

After David Summers enlists with the Confederate cavalry, his delusion of chivalry is soon crushed when he witnesses the horrors of battle. Shot by a Union picket, he winds up at a stranger’s farm. Four girls compassionately nurse him back to health.

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Living A Creative Life

Living A Creative Life

I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) the year I turned the big 4 0 and the ferocity of the disease totally floored me. My MS diagnosis was the beginning of a process which led to new priorities and a more creative lifestyle.

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Night Radio / Using Real Life to Write Fiction

Night Radio / Using Real Life to Write Fiction

There’s a bit of a wild scene in the opening chapter of Night Radio, my new novel that invariably begs this question: did that really happen? My answer is always the same. Sort of.

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Promoting Accidental Soldier in the United States and Israel

Promoting Accidental Soldier in the United States and Israel

Dorit Sasson pens today’s guest post at Writers Pay It Forward as she talks about “Promoting Accidental Soldier in the United States and in Israel” where readers can learn more about Dorit’s memoir Accidental Soldier: A Memoir of Service and Sacrifice in the Israel Defense Forces.

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Writer’s Block Is a Symptom, Not The Problem…

Writer's Block Is a Symptom, Not The Problem...

Let’s face it, advice for writer’s block has been covered in depth and ad nauseam from all corners of the writing world. So instead of giving cliche (albeit useful) advice like “relax with some tea” or “take a break and return to your work later” I’d like to add what I believe is a more unique perspective to help writers facing this issue.

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Take Your Writing Seriously, But Never Yourself…

Take Your Writing Seriously, But Never Yourself...

“Take your work/writing seriously, but never yourself” is an ethic I have applied to virtually every project or cause I have committed myself to. It is a principle that can take you very far if you are on a successful streak, or pick you up if you are feeling low or defeated just as easily.

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