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The Mind is Dumb to the Future

The Mind is Dumb to the Future: Part 1 Shell of Self-Preservation One of the challenges of life is to understand that you were born without limitations. A pulsating blob of possibilities. The conditioning of the mind from childhood is … Continue reading

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Harry Bingham Author Of The Writers And Artists Yearbook Guide To Getting Published: A Writer Speaks

I’ve had people tell me they are between books, looking for something new to read; a new author, a new genre. There are more writers than ever before: More good writers, more not so good writers. The choices of things … Continue reading

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Ilchi Lee Author of The Call Of Sedona: A Writer Speaks

I’ve had people tell me they are between books, looking for something new to read; a new author, a new genre. There are more writers than ever before: More good writers, more not so good writers. The choices of things … Continue reading

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Wayne Hatford Author Of Valentino Speaks: aWriter’sWords

Explain your philosophy of writing. That whatever I write be as clear and cogent as it possibly can, inviting the reader to explore, not only the information that is being presented but also their own thinking on the matter. In … Continue reading

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