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For Sale: United States of America

Absentee owner wishes to sell two hundred and thirty nine year old country. This is a turn-key opportunity to own what was once the most powerful nation on earth. All politicians have been bought and paid for, but ongoing cash infusions will be necessary to maintain the status-quo. The country has been owned outright not long after the assassination of John F Kennedy, and his brother, Bobby Kennedy, after their collective push to end the Federal Reserve. It may be necessary to carry out an assassination or two to maintain order. Continue reading

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Be Your Own Toughest (But Fair) Critic

One thing’s for sure, anyone who’s ever had the desire to write eventually reaches the understanding that in order to be good at what you do you must be objective about what you produce. The difficulty most of us face … Continue reading

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Why Do We Write?

It’s a question I’ve gotten several times over the past two years, and I’ve noticed it cropping up on message boards devoted to writers. There are several possible answers depending on the person you ask. Personally, I’ve examined this question … Continue reading

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