Monthly Archives: March 2012

HOW TO BRING PUBLIC ATTENTION TO YOUR LATEST WRITING PROJECT (WITHOUT LOSING YOUR SANITY)

   For anyone who’s read my blog in one capacity or another over the past few years – yes, I am a writer/author/illustrator/video-master who’s not only written two novels, but also a whole slew of non-fiction articles and short stories … Continue reading

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WHY I BECAME A REPUBLICAN (AND WHY I’M ALREADY REGRETTING IT)

   In one of my recent blog articles, I wrote about my somewhat awkward encounter with high school politics as a member of my local high school’s student council – and believe me, it wasn’t easy.  This blog article will … Continue reading

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AN APRIL WITH SNOW? (I DOUBT IT–AND I HOPE NOT!)

   Where I live – in Connecticut – we’ve had a mostly easy Winter, perhaps more easier than other parts of the country.  For those of you who’ve read my past blog articles, you already know my total disdain for … Continue reading

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SOME IDEAS THAT SHOULD HAVE NEVER BECOME A REALITY

   There’s a lot of things in the world that we’re grateful for having existed – and that includes the things that we can’t live without.  However, for every great idea that’s become a reality – there are also terrible … Continue reading

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1% STILL AIN’T THAT MUCH

   I’ve just seen the animated film version of Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax – and it wasn’t as bad as some film critics have thought.  The main message of both the film and the children’s book that inspired it – … Continue reading

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A FEW WORDS FROM YOURS TRULY

   This blog is going to be short – partly because I’ve spent both yesterday and today shoveling snow outside, and I do need to rest a bit in order to  recharge both my physical and mental energies.  First of … Continue reading

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