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As most of you know, my columns about writing and the writing community appear twice a week in the Los Angeles and Las Vegas editions of examiner.com.
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When used properly, dreams and delays can move a story along while keeping the…Continue
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Today’s Writers: Tricks of the trade column discusses the merits of spending hours, days and even months to craft that perfect phrase or sentence, while the novel languishes on the back burner. Lots of good advice in this one.…Continue
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Last week author, actor, journalist Michael Mallory was in the Spotlight. Today it’s author/potter M. M. Gornell. They will both be panelists participating in “Writing For The Thrill Of It or It’s Murder They Wrote”…Continue
Are you an artist or photographer? Carolyn and her co-author Magdalena Ball are holding a cover art contest for their upcoming chapbook entitled Deeper Into the Pond: A Celebration of Femininity. It is the fifth in a…Continue
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It's not a mystery or a crime, but during the 1950s some parents thought rock and roll was criminal. Used to the lovey dovey tunes of the 40s and early 50s, all of a sudden there were these wild-sounding, hip-swiveling acts and parents were really worried that rock and roll would corrupt their youth.
Donald Riggio traces the history of rock and roll from it's R&B…Continue
Today I was compelled to write about the nonsense surrounding the Charlie Sheen circus. Two and a Half Men, while not a mystery, is the product of very clever screenwriters and production staff, now out of work because of one man's ego.
Read what I had to say about it today and watch the funny video, "A World Without Writers." Comments right in the box at the end of the column…Continue
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