Category: Guest Blog

A RIGHT CHARACTER – Daniel Abrahams

Having touched on the subject of writing, as in getting down to the job of actually doing it, in my previous article, I thought it was worth opening the door, ever so slightly, on the subject of characters, fictional that is, and the creating… Continue Reading “A RIGHT CHARACTER – Daniel Abrahams”

A RIGHT CHARACTER – by Daniel Abrahams

A RIGHT CHARACTER – by Daniel Abrahams   Having touched on the subject of writing, as in getting down to the job of actually doing it, in my previous article, I thought it was worth opening the door, ever so slightly, on the subject… Continue Reading “A RIGHT CHARACTER – by Daniel Abrahams”

Home Is Where the Bark Is By Stella St. Claire

  Home Is Where the Bark Is By Stella St. Claire Genre: Cozy Mystery Willow Wells is officially an entrepreneur. With the first phase of her dog gym’s renovation complete, and a success, Willow is ready for more. A doggie spa to be exact. The plan… Continue Reading “Home Is Where the Bark Is By Stella St. Claire”

The Other Vietnam War: A Helicopter Pilot’s Life in Vietnam By Marc Cullison

The Other Vietnam War: A Helicopter Pilot’s Life in Vietnam By Marc Cullison Genre: Biographies & Memoirs, Historical, Military & Wars, Vietnam War Book Description Each of us who served in Vietnam was the guy next door, the average Joe, not a hero. The… Continue Reading “The Other Vietnam War: A Helicopter Pilot’s Life in Vietnam By Marc Cullison”

Effective Treatment for Depression – Is Medication Necessary? by Sharon DeVinney

Effective Treatment for Depression – Is Medication Necessary? by Sharon DeVinney   As I said last month, research shows the best treatment for depression, in general, involves a combination of medication and psychotherapy. There are many therapy approaches, and I will address the most widely… Continue Reading “Effective Treatment for Depression – Is Medication Necessary? by Sharon DeVinney”

Dystopia: Truth or Fiction by Tony Moyle

Dystopia: Truth or Fiction by Tony Moyle   Today’s modern world existence is as crowded by pressure as a tube train is packed with commuters. The pace of our lives has moved to a level only rivaled by Usian Bolt. Email, social media, deadlines, expectations… Continue Reading “Dystopia: Truth or Fiction by Tony Moyle”

Where I Find Inspiration for My Writing By Michael Okon

    Where I Find Inspiration for My Writing By Michael Okon I write full time. It’s my job. It pays the bills. Like any job, I have to bring my A game if I want to succeed. This means constantly coming up with… Continue Reading “Where I Find Inspiration for My Writing By Michael Okon”

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s SUPER-reader! by Rod, A. Walters

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s SUPER-reader! [from “Captain [OF] America,” t.b. published summer 2018, Rod A. Walters]   A recent book reviewer* posted her own short essay about how she managed her business by reviewing a book a day. You did hear… Continue Reading “It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s SUPER-reader! by Rod, A. Walters”

Effective Treatments for Depression – Part One by Sharon DeVinney, Ph.D.

Effective Treatments for Depression – Part One – by Sharon DeVinney, Ph.D. Last month I discussed the symptoms of depression. So, what if you’ve accepted you may be “depressed” in the clinical sense, which means you need to pursue treatment for it? For most… Continue Reading “Effective Treatments for Depression – Part One by Sharon DeVinney, Ph.D.”