It is said that human civilization and culture actually began when we first accomplished how to write on cave walls. Exchanging messages, conveying ideas, expression emotions… so many things you can achieve via writing and most of them you haven’t even thought of. That’s why reading this book comes as a revelation for most people.
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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.
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.
What keeps me writing? My answer is simple. The explanation is puzzling. For whoever will find the time to read, I will write. For who doesn’t have the time… My ONE best tip is… Find something that you LOVE and write for it. I do not mean
Foreword to the Book of Poems “Symphony of Night-flower” Opening Stanza It was a decade ago when my eyes met a Tagore’s poem in a magazine! The poem walked away with my soul, heart, blood and flesh, right from the very first line! It was my first
NaNoWriMo Camp July 1 – July 31, 2014 Short guide and journal for undecided future NaNoWriMo writers 1 – Before the Beginning 2 – Short Journal Four Days Before the Start Three Days Before the Start Forth Day After the Start 3 – After the End
On July 1st, a hurricane of inspiration hit me, and I set out to write 50,000 words of my breathtaking, mind-blowing “My Twin Flame – The secrets behind the hidden Gates” story. Some said I was unhinged, and indeed, such an audacious endeavor is full of perils
After The End I did it! It is August now. I survived the Camp. Did you ever go to a camp? Believe me this was different! It is different because you are the only one who controls you. You are the only one who has to set
Friday July 4th, 2014 The 4th Camp day I wrote for three days; only a few words. And I don’t like anything that I wrote. I did it only because I was supposed to do it; only because I felt guilty for not doing it. I felt
Some months ago while listening to a Podcast for writers I heard a word which I thought was funny… something seemingly impossible to spell. The Podcast’s host and guest were talking about NaNoWriMo… which according to the conversation, I understood that all writers knew about. At that