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Interview of a Character – Maggie Christopher

Tweet Lou Christopher’s wife Maggie plays a big role in my novel A Bridge to Treachery. It’s a role that grew exponentially from the moment she was given her own POV, because she provides a relentlessly practical approach to solving dilemmas at the same time that she  holds on to her love for Lou.  Maggie […]

The Mysterious Case of the Semi-Viral Tweet

Tweet The Mystery Before a day or two ago, I had never gotten more than about 10 Re-tweets on any of the over 6000 tweets I have generated since I got started on this mysterious thing called Twitter.  Then, a couple of days ago, I opened my email and found a deluge of Re-tweets of […]

Find Article Ideas in Pinterest; and DIY Trailers

Tweet     Compelling articles from diverse content sources the most important of which is my Twitter List of over 1000 Writer Friend followers who  have either created the articles or shared them from their perusal of the internet.  This week’s top four: Using Pinterest to Find Article Topics            Fresh ideas […]

Sheepdog Mentality and The Unimportance of Inspiration

Tweet  From my daily copy of Paper.li , I choose four articles from diverse content sources the most important of which is my Twitter List of over 1000 Writer Friend followers. These followers have either created the articles or they have shared them from their perusal of the internet. In any case, what results is a short […]

Slangy Characters and Tweeting Like a Boss

Tweet Do You Know the Real Problem With Slangy Characters?    Sage advice 10 Benefits Of Rejection     Buck up Teens Taught Me These 4 Critical Social Media Lessons       Out of the Mouths of Teens How to Tweet Like a Boss: Twitter Persona Worksheet     Twitter Tips If you like this […]

David Gordon’s Excellent Japanese Adventure

Tweet David Gordon is the author of  two novels and a collection of short stories, “White Tiger on Snow Mountain” coming out this fall.  His writing career is off the ground but  until a little while ago not exactly soaring.  Suddenly all kinds of good once in a lifetime things began to happen to David. […]

When War Veterans Come Home to America

Tweet In the Sunday review section of the NY Times, Phil Klay, the author of “Redeployment”, a forthcoming collection of short stories, writes on the subject of experiences of veterans in war in an article entitled “After War, A Failure of Imagination“. As a former Marine, he relates conversations with civilian friends and acquaintances on […]

Everything Old is Newagen: Historic Southport Inn

Tweet Southport is an island in the Boothbay region of Midcoast, Maine.  It is where I live.  The Newagen Inn is at the furthest tip of the island which has been known as Newagen  (say New Wagon)  since the earliest days when it was a fishing station in 1623.  Here is an article in the […]

Helping Elephants and Crowdspeak Fr Blogger’s Twitter Pal Daily Jan 4

Tweet From my daily copy of Paper.li , I choose four articles from diverse content sources the most important of which is my Twitter List of over 1000 Writer Friend followers. These followers have either created the articles or they have chosen them from their perusal of the internet. In any case, what results is […]

Annual Penguin Plunge 2014 – Life in the Boothbay Region, Maine

Tweet Every year on New Years Day there is a Penguin Plunge into the frigid ocean in the Boothbay Region of Maine.   It’s a fun event to raise money.  All of the events and happenings in the Boothbay Region are covered by the local Public Access TV Channel BRCTV.  Click on the link to go […]

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