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Henry David Thoreau influenced me

Henry David Thoreau influenced me. How? It happened when I was a young teen. Thinking back nearly fifty years, I think I identified strongly with his essay ‘Civil Disobedience’ (as I was skeptical about nearly everything, especially the Read more


Madness of Poetry

Why do I write poems? I began writing poetry at a young age shortly after I began reading poems of  Read more


Authorial Intentionality

I don’t think I told you this.

I mean, about my authorial intentionality a couple years back.

It was when I was writing my Novel,

‘Meet Duff!’

I had heard before not to pay attention to the critics.

that was some great advice I Read more


What is Poetry?

What is Poetry?

You know, I never really analyzed it officially, like this.

Although, I always did think it carried deeper meaning

than Read more


How to Publish a Book

Have you wondered the easiest way how to publish a book? I know from my own experience it’s easier to self publish a book than it used to be. But, these days you can sign up as an author at Read more


Book Writing Software

You might like New Novelist book writing software, if you need a helping hand writing a book of poetry or novel. You can get by with Microsoft Word, but within the new novelist software, you can add as many Read more


How to Copyright

How to copyright that book of poetry or novel of yours isn’t as hard as it used to be. If I can do it, anyone can. The hardest part is Read more


How to Write a Book

Wondering how to write a book? How it happens for me is, subtle messages pop out from Read more


One Man Oblivion

Journey into

one man oblivion

no more honest

than it need be

the open book



when it opened


lo and behold

it found a Read more


Meet Duff Chapter 2

Meet Duff Chapter 2

Pinball Sam

His fingers flipped pages back to front. That shiny black book wasn’t a Bible after all. Disappointedly, most pages were blank, except one. The first page had one sentence; “Do what’s wrong, play the ancient song.” He could still hear the melody in his mind’s ear, but he didn’t remember enough of it to hum it–that song in the hills. Read more

The Positive Noodle

'Good thoughts bring good things'


a blog for a girl who doesn't know anything


My poetry is my religion.

The Shameful Sheep

shit storms, shame, and stories that make you cringe


A blog by Dr. Abhinav Majumder

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