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Book Review: Authors Digital Enterprise

Authors Digital Enterprise, by Maini Chaudhri [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Author’s Den.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] I found it somewhat difficult to fully appreciate this book.  The author is not particularly proficient … Continue reading

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How Every Nathan Albright Blog Is Written

Yesterday I was chatting with a friend of mine about the various random YouTube videos we like to watch, and my friend suggested a user named John Fassold, who has an entertaining series on how various bands and musicians write … Continue reading

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Book Review: Before You Hit Send

Before You Hit Send:  Preventing Headache & Heartache, by Emerson Eggerichs [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/Thomas Nelson Publishing.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] There is a deep irony within this book, and that … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Art Of The Book Launch Party

The Art Of The Book Launch Party, by Theresa Sopko [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BooksGoSocial.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] At some point some weeks ago–I cannot remember now exactly when–I downloaded this … Continue reading

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Plumber’s Block

It is frequent to hear people complain of writer’s block.  Although I am in general an extremely prolific writer [1], there are certainly times when I have not been able to write as much.  Some of these periods of relative … Continue reading

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Having Many Things To Write To You, I Did Not Wish To Do So With Paper And Ink

[Note:  The following is the prepared text for a split sermon given at the annual campout for the United Church of God congregation in Portland, Oregon on August 26, 2017.] Some of you here have met my mother.  I grew … Continue reading

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Book Review: Where Do You Get Your Ideas?

Where Do You Get Your Ideas?:  A Writer’s Guide To Transforming Notions Into Narratives, by Fred White In some ways, a book like this is superfluous for me to read.  As my longsuffering readers will note, I have no shortage … Continue reading

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By This Standard: The Plain Truth About Partiality

As I note from time to time, people often send me things to read [1].  The reasons for this are somewhat straightforward.  As someone who reads voluminously and also rather widely, and who shares my comments on what I read … Continue reading

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Shared Context And The Length Of Writings

As someone who reads a lot of books, I tend to notice a great deal in the way of patterns when I read them.  Some of the books I read are short, and many of them have a somewhat average … Continue reading

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If You Write It, They Will Come

When I was an undergraduate student at the University of Southern California, I was unable to take my General Education requirement for Arts & Letters in a timely fashion, and the most desirable of those electives were only open to … Continue reading

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