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Poem / Humor

May 03, 2017

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Imagine Hercules having to do his twelve works again - but in modern times. Then, try to imagine a report of his efforts written in the style of Byron's Don Juan. Like what you're imagining? Then start reading. Read More

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This is my version of what the cell-phone means to society. Ironically, my first cell-phone was provided by a fortune 500 company and my being a schmuck manager. I found the cell-phone just annoying. It stole your time with friends, lovers so that the company could own your ass. Now… Read More
"I longed to read everything I possibly could, and the things I read in turn produced new yearnings." ?Patti Smith "The only thing standing between you and your goal is the bullshit story you keep telling yourself as to why you can't achieve it.” ?Jordan Belfort The meaning of life… Read More
This article describes in brief the why and how humour thrived during the thousands of years that man (and women) civilised themselves. The article treats humour as was seen in Biblical times, during Greek and Roman times; in the writings of Shakespeare and Dickens. There is even a hint of… Read More

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As a storm raged outside the cottage, they encouraged each other to write a ghost story. Read More

Poem / Poetry

May 08, 2014

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A BOY AND GIRL IN HOSPITAL VISIT IN 1967. Read More

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His lordship's visit to Byron Bay, Australia Read More

Book / Non-Fiction

October 12, 2013

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Chapter 19 of the book, The Liar. Corporations. Why they exist? And how come they are so out-of-control destructive. If the liar was given the power to build a secret weapon, what do you think it would look like? Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 20, 2013

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Comments: 3

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A poem about my affair with poetry. Written in the style of Lord Byron/Keats, so not every one might like the old tone Read More

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Traveling through the Elder Wood can be quite treacherous, but little does Lissa know that she would see images of the future. A/N: this script is taken from the novel [Fury Mountain]. All rights (C) to me. Read More

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Prologue You’re never alone no matter what you feel some one feels the same. Those feelings you’re not the only one with them. This is a story of a 14 year old girl tangled and confused trying to feel wanted. When love and her obsession combine luck may ring out… Read More

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Existential poem I wrote in 1979 bemoaning the fact that in six years of writing I had not had a single poem published. I would finally get my 1st two poetry publications in a U.S. Science-Fiction magazine in early 1989! Read More
367 years ago Jamie og Luke fell in love with the same woman, at first we dont know what she is, but as we get into the story we find out. Now. Quin is dating Jamie,and so fare there has been no problems, but now he starts to pull away… Read More

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This is a sneak peak with photos of my new upcoming novel. I hope you guys enjoy it :] LAL??? Read More

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Elisa a female white weretiger is out hunting & after making her kill she senses the presence of humans so she heads to safety. After collecting firewood & preparing a fire she again senses a human nearby but this time she feels a need inside her to investigate & what… Read More

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This is the start of a book about my real life adventure ,researching and writing a screenplay on the poet Shelley. The script is also woven through the narrative. That's the fictionalised part( but based on real events.) Read More
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