Author Watch – When War Disorder Goes Beyond the War Zone

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In his new book, The Warrior, Phil Davidson candidly discusses post war problems that every veteran and their families face, and solutions. Saigon When I landed in Saigon in 1972 I thought I knew about the dangers that were ahead. After all, I knew it was a desperate place. Fighting and dying had been going


Author Watch – Are You Creative?

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There are a lot of successful businesses but all businesses do not flow out of the creative model. There are innovators -the creatives. And there are improvisationalist – the copiers. Both have a place in the business world.  Taking the model of the improvisationalist is not bad, they take what the creatives have done and expand off


Author Watch – The Snowflake Method by Randy Ingermanson

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I read the book The Snowflake Method and found it quite delightful.  How could you not like a book that’s a spin off best selling stories that you’ve known as a child.  It’s an unusual way to teach a writing method.  I’m giving thumbs up to the book and encouraging authors to read it.  If


Author Watch – Land of Midnight Days – Katrina Jack

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Hello, my name is Katrina Jack, author of The Silver Flute Trilogy. Thanks to the lovely Linda for allowing me to tell you a little about myself and my writing. I began writing at the age of fourteen, mostly short stories to begin with. However, after joining my first writing group, called Rose Lane Writers,


Author Watch – Amaranthine – Lanie Jacobs

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How did I become a writer? Growing up in a small town there really wasn’t much going on for kids in middle school or high school. I had a lot of time on my hands, which means I read a ton of books. Back then my favorite authors were Stephen King and Dean Koontz. I