Check under your seat before you get in your car. Better yet, don't get in your car at all.
Hello all and welcome to our continuing series of author interviews. Today we start our Month of Mayhem with Karl Braungart who shares his Spy Determination series and related scary stuff with us.
I’d like everyone to stand up and give Karl Braungart a big round of applause for taking part in our exciting adventure.
Continue reading “Karl Braungart – The Spies Among Us”
The terrible thing about sunlight is it shows the dirt. - Brigid Berlin
Across the Margin has published my first work of fiction in…a long time. The story deals with relationships and betrayal.
A short story where a heartache that shirked in the shadows comes to light…
Please feel free to congratulate me.
Below is a teaser. Please head over to Across the Margin to read the whole piece (it’s a quick read. About 1,200 words).
“SolarMax Ten to Houston, come in please.”
“This is Houston. Go ahead, SolarMax.”
“Ted, you feeling okay today? You sound awfully froggy.”
“Guess again, Rachel.”
“Benny? Is that you?”
“It is indeed. Hi Rachel, long time no hear.”
“What are you doing riding bridesmaid, Benny? I heard that you’d gone civ.”
“I have, I have. Mission Control said the last few days had been rough on you and thought you’d like to hear a familiar voice on your last morning up.”
Hope you like it. Let me know.
From Cuss Words to Shocking Subtlety with Danielle Duncan/Dani Skye
Hello Watchers and Listeners and welcome to another Northern Lights’ Books’ Author Interview Plunge.
Today is another first for us; we’re talking with Spoken Word Artist, Stage Performer and Poet Danielle Duncan who performs under the stage name Dani Skye. Danielle/Dani is not our first poet and she’s a triple threat none-the-less.
If I want to do something I’m going to find the time to do it
Continue reading “Danielle Duncan/Indigo Skye/Dani Skye – Feeling Good with a Glass of Muscato”
Can hope for America's Future be found in the Old West's morality?
Hello all and welcome to our continuing series of author interviews. Today’s guest, Daniel Rundquist brings an interesting and richly historic bled of writing; Western and Political Philosophy. Please give Daniel a big round of applause for taking part in our exciting adventure.
It was a long, often lonely road to take – when you realize that your nation is doomed and then play detective to find out why.
Continue reading “Daniel Rundquist – Where Cowboy Gold and Philosophy Meet”
Originally published in Feb 2007... I think as a cave drawing (it was so-o-o long ago!)
Note: This was originally a) a five part arc b) on the ancient BizMediaScience blog. We condensed it to a single entry on the second generation BizMediaScience blog and are resurrecting it here because it’s referenced in Writers’ Groups – Introduction
Eventing Yourself, Part 1
I enjoy Brad Berens’ Mediavorous blog because, well, he’s Brad Berens and Brad often makes me think and I enjoy that experience. Often Brad and I think about the same things from different paradigms. He recently posted “The Perils of the Pause Button”. That title may be misleading because what Brad’s really right about is eventness, “…seeing stories — films, plays, TV shows — with other people.” Brad has more than one post on this and they’re worth a read.
Continue reading “The Complete Eventing Yourself Arc”