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A child is raised by her grandfather, and by a grandmother who sleeps her life away in their living-room chair. No one will tell the child who her parents were, or why th..  
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  • The Attitude Girl's Author is a Featured Memeber on WRDF! by Mila Bernadkin 3/5/2012 1:42:02 PM
    Mila Bernadkin, the author of an award-winning young adult novel "The Attitude Girl" was chosen this week's Featured Member of Writers & Readers of Distinctive Fiction.... more

  • A Literary Achievement by Frank Mundo 2/27/2012 9:53:48 PM
    5-star review of Gary, the Four-Eyed Fairy and Other Stories... more

  • THE SOLARIUM by Jo Barney 2/18/2012 11:10:48 AM
    WHO SAYS WOMEN MY AGE CAN'T MAKE BABIES? The Goddess was looking out for us when she chose three score and ten years as an optimal life span, allowing women twenty or so childless years to enjoy before the big decline. A woman any olde... more

  • I was interviewed by the Los Angeles Public Library by Frank Mundo 2/12/2012 12:18:24 PM
    I was invited by the LA Public Library Cypress Park branch to read my book at their new Behind the Music Program. Check out my interview to learn more about this great event to promote writing and reading to kids in the community. http://cyp... more

  • Exciting series of short stories that reads like a novel by Frank Mundo 2/12/2012 12:12:10 PM
    Review of Gary, the Four Eyed Fairy and Other Stories... more

  • The Secret of Shavuoth (#5) by Stan I.S Law (aka Stanislaw Kapuscinski) 2/1/2012 7:35:32 AM
    (Continued research for historical novel) ... more

  • Tarek Refaat Interview by L.T. Suzuki 1/22/2012 7:55:23 AM
    Author Tarek Refaat discusses his debut novel, 'Ruptured' and the writing life!... more

  • What I Miss by Paul Cuenco 1/21/2012 8:36:28 PM
    What I miss…are those days when everything was carefree, where life was simple and uncomplicated, where the world revolved around family and friends and there was no intrigue or fighting mixed in. I miss problem-free days when all you have to go thr... more

  • A Gift for Valentine by Paul Cuenco 1/19/2012 10:28:04 PM
    Love, Betrayal, Adultery. These are words that describe my novel, “A Cottage in Another Country”. I expounded on the concept of love, whether it is a shallow expression of one's feeling towards another person or a deeper, more intimate re... more

  • Venerable Mr. Wu by Paul Cuenco 1/18/2012 9:09:39 PM
    Russ was at Greater Trumps chomping on his cigar like royalty. He has his scotch and beer to boot and with an air of down home simplicity starts off a conversation. Not to me, of course (since I am typing this blog). He conversed with San Francisc... more

  • The Snow Storm That Wasn't by Paul Cuenco 1/17/2012 4:09:09 PM
    The Snow Storm That Wasn’t It’s about 12:00 noon and I am in New Seasons Grocery having my lunch. Actually, I had finished my lunch and now am perusing through the newspaper when flurries began to appear by the window. I ignored it thinkin... more

  • Metaphors of Life Journal: Ransom Heart by Michael Robert Dyet 1/16/2012 4:52:24 PM
    Can the heart be held for ransom? Read "Ransom Heart" and decide for yourself. And if you enjoy the story, cast your vote to help me win the contest!... more

  • The Russians by Paul Cuenco 1/16/2012 2:35:24 PM
    I had different sources to which I post my blogs:,, Facebooks and I can say that all of them are intriguing because each and everyone of them present a different market. But predicament of... more

  • The Older Generation by Paul Cuenco 1/15/2012 4:20:05 PM
    Mom said that today she along with my sister, Olive, Mrs. Stanwick (She is the mother of Michael, Lauren’s fiancé) and Lauren went to American Canyon (a city close by Vallejo, California) to exercise. To her, exercising meant walking. It was not ... more

  • Writers Digest/Evaluation of My Book by Carol Van Der Woude 1/15/2012 12:49:59 PM
    Last year I submitted my book to the Writer's Digest book awards. My book was judged in the category of Mainstream/Literary Fiction. I was encouraged by the judge's comments. "The writing sparkles with this author... more

  • What is the other half doing today? by Paul Cuenco 1/14/2012 10:42:24 PM
    In the opening lines of “King Arthur and the Round Table,” the King asks, what is the other half of the body politic thinking today? It is indeed a curiosity what the other is thinking. In our whiles, we somehow wonder what our partner is ... more

  • Mike's Bird dog Stories by Paul Cuenco 1/13/2012 9:56:17 PM
    It was a wonderful day two days ago. I stepped out of my car hoping for nothing and yet hundreds of Canada geese trumpet their way across the sky. They usually form the inverted V-shape formation while they trumpet along towards the east. Some gro... more

  • Dying by Paul Cuenco 1/12/2012 9:20:18 PM
    A man standing across from where I was seated seemed to be waiting. I worked in a bank many years ago and I was a New Accounts person. I had no customer at that time. But this man seemed to stand there for a long time. Perhaps, he was asleep. He... more

  • This Modern Life by Paul Cuenco 1/11/2012 8:22:45 PM
    Oh Luxury! It is the one thing everyone does not need but almost everyone wants. They can be anything: vacations, items such as houses and cars, spiritual things and money. They either enhances the soul or corrupts them but one can only surmise wh... more

  • Jabberwocky by Paul Cuenco 1/10/2012 9:30:40 PM
    As I told Mike, the Portland Airport manager, that I am to write a blog about literature, I mentioned the poem Jabberwocky. I said that it was my favorite poem. He said that there was a show tonight about it and if I have seen it. I acclaimed that... more

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