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  • Jack London’s Cousin, Boyd Thomas London, Writes Third Book: Finding Happiness by Boyd Thomas London 3/4/2011 1:33:40 PM
    Jack London’s cousin, Boyd Thomas London, now has his third book Finding Happiness available at PublishAmerica’s books are large, great looking books, and they ship out fast. In his autobiography, Finding Happi... more

  • Kerri's Curse by kerri a shaw 2/26/2011 12:03:42 PM
    It's really hard growing up in and out of foster homes because both of your parents are alcoholics and they hate each other.... more

  • Kerri's Curse by kerri a shaw 2/24/2011 1:04:01 PM
    My story is about a faithful and loving brother that protects me in the midst of violence and abuse. I dedicate this book to him.... more

  • MY FIRST BIRTHDAY by Robert A. Mills 2/19/2011 5:31:05 AM
    MY FIRST BIRTHDAY by Alexandra E. Faucette (née Mills) as told to her father, Robert A. Mills I am now 26 years old, but I remember the exact instant when I was born. And I recall the precise moment I had my very fi... more

  • The Bookie's Runner by Brendan Gisby 2/2/2011 12:22:20 PM
    "The Bookie's Runner", my little biography of my late Dad, has just been published and already has received some wonderful reviews.... more

  • Kerri's Curse by kerri a shaw 1/19/2011 12:35:37 PM
    Hello everyone! This is my first book and I know it came from my heart. Although my life was rough, I SURVIVED!! Now I can help others through their journey in this game called life. ... more

  • POLITICS 101 by Robert A. Mills 1/8/2011 6:38:41 AM
    It was about twenty-five years ago, after I had left broadcasting and sold my interest in Bob Mills Travel Bureau, Inc., that I went to work for a fellow I’ll call Frank Wilson (not his real name, but it’s always best to protect the innocent, even if... more

  • Outside Looking In by Michael Tyler 12/12/2010 10:16:44 AM
    Checking out life's rearview mirror... I wrote this some time back.... more

  • SECRET SANTA by Robert A. Mills 12/11/2010 7:05:03 AM
    WRITER’S CRAMP: No Op-Ed Blog will be posted on Saturday, Christmas Day, December 25. As I am entitled to a much-deserved holiday, I may (or may not) also skip New Year’s Day, Saturday January 1. You will be notified, as usual — stay tuned. (PATT... more

  • All About Ann by Ann Hampton (liberated) 11/28/2010 7:01:01 PM
    My name is Ann. I never considered myself a writer even though as far as I could remember, I was always giving family members and friend’s homemade cards and candles. Not having much money at the time this was my way of sharing something special with... more

  • Low Arvie on the radio by Linda Watson 11/27/2010 1:04:14 AM
    Hi On Tuesday 29th November my interview with Don Macauley will be aired on The Authors Show on internet radio. It was quite difficult to conduct the interview as I was in Warwick, England and Don is in the States, so I am very unsure about h... more

  • Low Arvie winter work by Linda Watson 11/21/2010 1:18:02 AM
    Hi Once again I am enjoying my week down here in Warwick, spending time with Catherine and Morgan and the dogs. At last I have some time to myself. Life at the farm is quite hectic at the moment as we have 65 animals of various siz... more

  • The Old Wolf Lady: A Biography by j.d. daniels 11/13/2010 4:45:41 AM
    Looking for the perfect holiday gift? ... more

  • PEER PRESSURE by Robert A. Mills 11/6/2010 6:11:44 AM
    Writer’s Cramp: A few readers wrote to sat that my Op-Ed blog last week erroneously stated that election day was “Tuesday, November 4.” Upon review, I saw only “Tuesday, November 2.” How some received copies that stated November 4 is an unsolved m... more

  • MINNIE OPENS THE DOORS by Donna Swanson 11/4/2010 9:49:25 AM
    Think about this for a moment. God had placed me in front of the premiere lyricist and composer of Gospel music in the twenty-first century. Could I be blamed for thinking my life was now in the stream of God’s will and that my gifts would be bless... more

  • MY COUSIN DOUGIE by Robert A. Mills 10/16/2010 5:33:32 AM
    The only serious run-in I ever had with the law was in the ‘70s when the IRS audited me. This was due, I’m sure, to being named on Richard Nixon’s “Enemies’ List.” Once he resigned in disgrace, I was never bothered again, although the nuisance valu... more

  • LOBSTER POTTED by Robert A. Mills 10/10/2010 6:10:34 AM
    (written 10/10/10 at 10:10 AM EDT) The debate has raged unabated for many decades among parents-to-be, in-laws and outlaws, ob-gy types, casual friends and neighbors-—even grandparents-—whether or not one should be apprised of the unborn bab... more

  • Fond Remembrances (1970-part 2) by Lew Duffey 9/22/2010 10:45:47 AM
    I would like to reflect back on those years I wrote about yesterday. I must say the very happiest times of my life was while at the National Academy of Broadcasting and the years afterward when I worked as a DJ at a radio station in Orange, Vir... more

  • Nicaragua, twenty years on... by Jerome Parisse 9/20/2010 5:02:59 PM
    I recently went back to Nicaragua to visit friends. It was twenty years since I had lived there myself, and I couldn’t help reflect on the changes that have happened all over the country. I was twenty-four when I left Paris for Managua, staying away ... more

  • Going crazy by John Rockie Coppolella 9/19/2010 9:55:33 AM
    A little catching up on my State of affairs, here in the deep south. That's all, just a little sit down info, before the next point and click happens. Hurry, before Bridget blasts that darn alarm again!... more

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