Monthly Archives: September 2018

Women Speak to Power

Women Speak to Power by C.K. Thomas Thursday of this week, I sat in front of the television riveted by the testimony of both Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Today I watched as two women forced the … Continue reading

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Landscapes by Barbara Renner For four days, I am confined as a passenger in a Dodge Ram long-bed pickup truck hauling a fifth-wheel trailer. My only contact with the outside world is a five- by three-foot windshield and a side … Continue reading

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Did You Get Lucky?

Did You Get Lucky? by Patricia Grady Cox Those of us who attend the meetings of the Phoenix Publishing and Book Promotion group here in the Phoenix area are people determined to be successful. Some of us have published multiple … Continue reading

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In Defense of Westerns

In Defense of Westerns by Vaughn Treude During my childhood, the Western was very a popular form of fiction. My father watched the cowboy shows of the day including Gunsmoke, The Big Valley, and his favorite, Bonanza. I watched them, … Continue reading

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The Effective Author: Celebrating Values

Please note: The opinions in this piece are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the positions of the blog publisher or other contributors to the blog. The Effective Author: Celebrating Values © 2018 Kebba Buckley Button, … Continue reading

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Kangaroo by Rita Goldner You may have noticed that lately my posts have been about unusual wild animals. I use their behavior, habitat or physiology in an analogy to the human condition, or at least to my condition as a … Continue reading

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