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Death Has a Face

No one truly knows what happens after a person dies, this is one area science cannot investigate or solve. It is a cycle of life. It happens to humans, animals and flora yet why do we dread it? The not knowing is what drives most fears and death is an unknown entity. I believe there…

Q and A with Michael S. Fedison

I’ve been following Mike’s The Eye Dancers blog for a while now and impressed by the articles he’s written. His posts are well written, informative and the discourse is entertaining. I then received an email from Mike asking whether I’d be interested in a literary exchange. He suggested we buy and read each other’s work…

An Interview

Daniel Zalec, a freelance writer, and I connected a few months ago. We have since been communicating via email and twitter and found we both love Greece. We shared common reading and viewing interests and exchanged recommendations. Daniel then asked if I would be interested in a interview. Daniel’s questions made me think about what…

Inspire, Imagine, Create

‘I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.’ Albert Einstein May our imaginations be fertile May we always be inspired May we always create albert einsteinartscreative processillustrationimagination is more important than knowledgeinspirationliteraturequotessciencewriting

Where the heck has the time gone!

You know that saying ‘Time flies when you’re having fun’, well I’d like to redress and say ‘Time flies.’ That’s it. I really don’t know what happened to last week, or the week before that. In fact, this year is flying by. I am finding it increasingly difficult to find time to blog, read blogs I…

Does our past determine our future?

If you told me 20 years ago I would be a writer, I would have laughed. The only thing I was worried about during that time was finding a permanent teaching position in a government/public school. When I graduated, teaching places were scarce and the only way to gain permanency in the government schools was…