Unleashing the Reader’s Imaginations

This is a guest post by Jack D. Kammerer Jr., author of “Ebon Knights: Knights’ Fall“. Jack is the author of a new trilogy series in...

5 Things Pets Can Teach Children

Many children start asking for a pet at a very early age.  Parents play an important role in teaching children the correct way to...

The Official “Good for me, Bad for you 2015 Eastside Kids Reunion Tour &...

Roll Call for the Moron Hall of Fame Convention – a list of this year’s attendees: Jim ‘$6’ Irvine Jr. Tracy ‘Turtle Got Game’...

Rhyme Your Way into Your Reader’s Heart

Rhyme Your Way into Your Reader's Heart If being a successful children's book author is one of your dreams, may I suggest rhyme be part...

United We stand Divided We Fall

  We Are All One   United we stand divided we fall, Which is why we need to hear our call, To aid those in trouble, whether big or...

Changes and Acceptance

God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change. The courage...

Mindfulness Through Writing

This is a guest post by Melanie Dawn Dixon, author of “Aqua Marine”. Melanie Dawn Dixon is the author of several short stories and novels featuring...

The Writer’s Mighty Computer

If the saying the “pen is mightier than the sword" holds true, the author is convinced that “her computer is mightier than the pen!”...

Lee Stone

With Words and Golf Strokes, Fewer is Better The late author and literary critic Christopher Hitchens once said, “Everyone does have a book inside them,...

The Man Looking East

Back in the early 1980's I was still fairly young and was only vaguely knowledgeable about the changes taking place in America. In those...

Elisha Questions Humanity

In the book of 2 Kings, Elijah’s grand exit from human history to glory on a fiery chariot and horses of fire sparks the...

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