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WHOSE THE BEST WRITER I EVER READ? I'M REVIEWIN' HIM, BABY   "The Right Stuff" BY Tom Wolfe's book was a wonderful American story about the Mercury space program that told the tale of U.S. pilots just brimming with gusto, bravado and...the right stuff.     FABULOUS   "The Right...
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As an author, it's both exciting and scary to get reviews of your work. I've definitely had my share of rejections, critiques (usually the kind that sting but make me a better writer overall) and reviews, so when a great review comes along, it makes all the hard work and stress worthwhile. My sci-...
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  Picture this if you can; a bright intelligent young lady graduates from college, marries the man of her dreams and within a few short years becomes part of the system known then as AFDC (Aid to Families with Dependent Children)…….and we would say “no way”, right?   Barbara Morrison’s...
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Author Michael Newnham joins host Phil Naessens to discuss his journey as a writer, blogging, a book reading and discussion from his debut book Make Your Own Application. To save this program to your portable listening device please right click the link below and select “save as”. http://...
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On this edition of The Writers Showcase Podcast author Matthew B. Redmond joins host Phil Naessens to share his journey as a writer as well as reads from and discusses his debut book The God of the Mundane. To save this program to your portable listening device please right...
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And neither should anyone else. Everyone, however, should be free to offer their opinion. Including authors. In which case, let me state that Flesh by my friend Khanh Ha is excellent.
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As we say at work, I thought a little "touchbase" was in order for today. It's been about a week since I've written anything, and today can be kind of rough for a lot of us. It's December 26, the official day of Christmas hangovers, the morning when we walk into the living room and discover...
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On Wednesdays Phil Naessens Show Phil replays three great interviews he conducted in 2012. Up first author Robert W. Cohen discusses his book MVP, followed by an interview with author Bob Mustin to dicuss his book A Place of Belonging, followed by author Mark Barry who...
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by J.R. Wagner       Previously I wrote a post on my thoughts on the book by Yann Martel. Read it HERE if you're interested.   I was fortunate enough to see the film, directed by the great Ang Lee, last night. Ang Lee, whose breakout film Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon (great...
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On Wednesdays Phil Naessens Show New York Times Best Selling author Ira Wagler joins Phil to discuss his blockbuster book Growing Up Amish followed by The Hockey Writers Chris Wassel who gives us all the details regarding the NHL lockout as well as some alternatives for hockey starved...