Monthly Archives: March 2016

First Lines: Lived Long Enough

“I lived long enough to see the cure for death; to see the rise of the Bitchun Society, to learn ten languages; to compose three symphonies; to realize my boyhood dream of taking up residence in Disney World; to see

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Paper World

WWF Hungary — Paper World. Worth watching is an understatement.

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Balancing Work As An Author

Balance of work and life is key to happiness and in turn defines whether or not one will have a long and fulfilling career. It’s not any different for writers either. Naturally, during the interview at Melissa’s Book Buzz, the topic came up. How do you balance your

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No One Ever Becomes A Master

“We are all apprentices in a craft where no one ever becomes a master.” ~Ernest Hemingway

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100,000,000 Years From Now

There’s always something interesting to be found on YouTube. This is what I found today. You might also think its quite stimulating. It’s difficult to think of a timespan as vast as 100,000,000 years. It’s harder to dissociate enough from

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