Monthly Archives: October 2014

Eternal Thread

Originally posted on Jennifer K. Marsh:
This poem/piece of creating writing was inspired by a particular man – James Radcliffe, to be specific 😉 He is a beautiful person, and he creates equally beautiful music, so I think everyone should…

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Google Play Books Updated To Make It A Better eReader For Students, Chefs, And Others Who Read Huge Books

Originally posted on TechCrunch:
Most eReader apps tend to be built for reading something from start to finish — which makes sense, given that that’s how about 99 percent of fiction works are meant to be read. But what about…

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War © Bill Willson

War is Hell It’s a nasty dirty business Filled with heartless cruelty The one saving grace is The nastier and dirtier And the more heartless it is The sooner it will be over And thus more lives will be saved … Continue reading

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Consider Your Navel

By Bill Willson © 2001 This is a Personal Essay published in the Spring 2007 Issue of Segullah magazine. Segullah is a feminine Literary Magazine, and in this issue they asked for pieces about the sacredness of the human body. … Continue reading

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Superheros Produce Superpower

I agree Reading is a Modern Superpower and it is important for writers to read if they want what they write to be significant. Granted there is an unbelievable quantity of writing to be read and the cyber geeks are trying … Continue reading

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Why: Reading is a Modern Superpower…

Originally posted on JamesRadcliffe.com:
It is my contention that:  In the modern world, Reading is no less than a Superpower. In this post I will explain the thinking behind this, and share 7 reasons why you should consider make…

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Emergence

September 28th 2014   I’m coming slowly out of a four month nightmare that took me to depths of depression and despair that I never dreamed I’d ever visit. It all started back in early July, funny I don’t even … Continue reading

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