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My brother Max told me about a guy named S. Harry Zade who had to tell stories. He was good, Harry was. If you aren’t following his blog you should be.http://thenarrativeimperative.com/2014/01/11/intersections-chapter-94-the-terrifying-and-fascinating-mystery/So I checked it out and found that Max had a guest post telling HIS story. Maybe I am a good influence. Huh. Interesting. Click here or go to the link below for all the dirt, I mean Max’s story.http://thenarrativeimperative.com/2014/01/15/guest-contribution-from-max-todd/Thank you to The Narrative Imperative and the good folks at the Epiphany Cafe for sharing Max’s story.We all have stories but some of us are story tellers.I always see blog posts and articles and Facebook and other “things” and people asking “Why do you write?”
via Click here for the entire article: You can tell your story….
Great article about bullies and writing and life. Click here for: Are Some Humans Born to Bully? Born to Be Victims? Can It Be Changed?.
Another great blog post from Kristen Lamb.
And remember (these are my words,not from the article above), you might not be able to get rid of bullies, but you can teach yourself and your kids how to NOT be bully bait. Stand up and stand proud. And remember bullies are just a bunch of shit heads.
Interesting interview with some thoughts on writing that will inspire and make you think. Interview with Author Jacqueline Gum.
The interview also includes more links to her writing. Good stuff. Check it out.
One of the best author interviews I’ve read.
Click here for: Interview with Author Laurie W. Smith.
Thank you Raani York for introducing us to such a smart blogger and author (and for your smart blog!)
Follow Raani York at raaniyork.wordpress.com
Clikc here: To Celebrate Banned Book Week: The Best Laid Plans: Of Mice and Men.
An article worth reading from runninginmyhead.wordpress.com
Good post about one of the most often banned books. I still can’t believe, as I key in the words “banned books” that such a thing can happen. It is just plain stupid that one or two parents at a school can complain at a school and a book is banned. What a bunch of weak kneed saps they are to listen to such idiots. So celebrate and read a banned book today…and click on the link above to read the article (which is better than anything I could have written on the subject).
A beautifully written and telling essay on writing. Click here for: Time Alone with Words.
An article worth taking a look at from MacKENZIE’s Dragons Nest: Editor’s Corner: 101.23.