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A Personal View on Scottish Independence: The Journey from ‘Don’t Care’ to Yes

A Personal View on Scottish Independence: The Journey from ‘Don’t Care’ to Yes

I’m hoping that it isn’t the case that we’ve become so expectant of being screwed over by the political elite that we’ve become used to it, that we’ve become complacent, that we have succumbed to a form of political Stockholm Syndrome. At first I thought it was a joke. Not the issue of an independent […]

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The Maniacal Echo Box

The Maniacal Echo Box

Do you remember when our only sources of information were written on paper, or came from the nightly news that you would watch when you got off from work? It was a time when reporters considered their work a profession and they had ethical standards about reporting the truth. The news came on the radio […]

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Detours – A Short Story

Detours – A Short Story

Short story – A family gathering set amidst an ever-present, threatening atmosphere.   Detours   “You always wear those big boots.” Esme says as we finally jump into the street after descending five flights of stairs. “You always wear a permanent frown.” I shoot back. “If it was permanent I would naturally always be wearing […]

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The Highest Patriotism

The Highest Patriotism

This is a lengthy and complex analysis of a knotty and complicated issue. If you can read it through, rest assured you will be far more informed than you were when you began.  War is too important to be left solely to the military and the politicians. An informed, involved citizenry must demonstrate the highest […]

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Carry It On!

Carry It On!

  We must revive the spirit of the 1960’s in updated form; the country we love is counting on us. If not us, then whom; if not now, then when? rt.com   New American Standard Bible                       Micah 6:8 “He has told you, O man, what is good; and what does the LORD require of […]

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Rules for the Freelance Writing Life: Always Check the Employer

Rules for the Freelance Writing Life: Always Check the Employer

“Maybe a visit to New York should include a sightseeing trip around the Grand Canyon at Times Square or skiing those immense snow-covered mountains of the Upper East Side.” I’ve been a freelancer for seven years now – actually it might be more than that but who’s counting? One of the major tasks of being […]

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AGENCY RULES: Never An Easy Day At The Office #FallMustReads

AGENCY RULES: Never An Easy Day At The Office #FallMustReads

Happy Labor Day weekend everyone! The last few months I’ve introduced you to some fantastic new reads. We’ve traveled into the fictional worlds of suspense thrillers, happily-ever-after romance, living with a person who suffers from a depressive disorder, erotic romance…we’ve covered a lot of territory. Let’s look into something we haven’t read yet. How about […]

Breaking News via #eFestivalofWords

Breaking News via #eFestivalofWords

Atlanta, GA August 25, 2014 It’s official. The best selling novel SEPTEMBER ENDS by Hunter S.Jones & An Anonymous English Poet has won Best Independently Published Romance of the Year by eFestival of Words. eFestival of Words Virtual Book Fair is the host of the annual Best of the Independent eBook Awards. You can access […]

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