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Sports journalist Russell Martell is on holiday in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico . His wife Rosalita has recently died and Russell feels lost and hurt, drifting through life. Then his…Continue
Added by Raymond Mathiesen on August 24, 2014 at 3:56pm — No Comments
I published Nigeria's first counter-terrorism novel titled operation game change earlier this year. The incessant wave of terrorist attacks and the prevailing opinion that the terrorists cannot be stopped fueled my desire to change this perception and by extension show those involved that the game can be changed if they change their approach. So far, the response has been good and the book is getting more attention from the public. My interview with Nigeria's number one newspaper can be read…Continue
Added by Akinola Ajani on August 20, 2014 at 10:00am — No Comments
Have you ever walked into a room and forgot what you were doing there? It happens to me all the time. As we grow older, our brain’s neurons tend to grow weak but the good news is there are a few ways we can strengthen them.
1. Be a Volunteer Tutor – when you offer your services to help teach people, you sharpen your cognitive skills and work the part of your brain (the prefrontal cortex) that has to do with analyzing, planning and problem solving.
2. Work out – physical…Continue
Added by Ann Esievoadje on August 19, 2014 at 5:51am — No Comments
This post was recently published on our website: ianmooremorrans.com
At left you'll see a photo of "editor me" at my desk on one of the last days before retirement (in 2004) as Editor of Esprit magazine and Program Director for Evangelical Lutheran Women at our office…Continue
Added by IanGayle Moore-Morrans on August 18, 2014 at 1:32pm — No Comments
To my characters in Against Their Will,…Continue
Added by Nancy Livingstone on August 18, 2014 at 11:22am — No Comments
Here is a little whimsy ... enjoy!
Sweet ambrosia! That was my first thought when I saw her that very first time. Not that I knew what ambrosia was. She sat softly weeping over her soon to be departed father. The sun shone in from the setting sun, giving a golden glow to her already golden brown curls. Even there in the hospital her scent was noticeable; citrus touched with coconut. So angelic!
He did not die that night as doctors came in and hooked him up to life…Continue
Added by M. Kari Barr on August 18, 2014 at 10:34am — No Comments
Added by Gulzar Sadruddin Hassanally on August 14, 2014 at 8:42am — No Comments
Two years ago after snorkeling with sea turtles off the coast of St. Thomas, I knew I had a wonderful occupation for my cynical marine biologist, Jack Brandon--the hero of a writing project I called TURTLE SOUP.
Added by Danielle Thorne on August 10, 2014 at 5:18pm — No Comments
I guess I'm just too old to be able to list my books at his site. I have two self published works and one other regular published book coming out in Sept. At this time I do not have a web site, therefore, am unable to list my books in READERSBOOKS. sigh! I do look at this IWS site often, however and have learned a great deal about writing even though I've been writing for years. So many good books out there.
My two self published books, "Karielle And The Gift of Magic" and…Continue
Added by Jo Ann Gilbert Stover on August 8, 2014 at 10:57am — No Comments
1. Clarity Be clear. Clarity is the primary goal of all communication, and in business writing, the degree of transparency in one's message can determine whether one succeeds or fails in a venture, whether you're transmitting a report or closing a deal. State the intention of your message, provide the necessary details, and request the precise response you need or want.
2. Active Voice Employ active construction (subject-verb-object). "This report was sent to me by John Smith" is not…Continue
Added by Gulzar Sadruddin Hassanally on August 7, 2014 at 9:57am — No Comments
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