Book Review: The Man Who Couldn’t Die: The Tale of an Authentic Human Being

Bibliographic information on The Man Who Couldn't Die: The Tale of an Authentic Human Being Russian Library Page Length: 272 pages Publisher: Columbia University Press Publisher Author Page Publication Date: January 29, 2019 Author: Olga Slavnikova Translated by: Marian Schwartz Contributor: Mark Lipovetsky ISBN: 9780231185943 (Hardcover), ISBN: 9780231185950 (Paperback), ISBN: 9780231546416 (E-book) Genre: Literary Fiction, … Continue reading Book Review: The Man Who Couldn’t Die: The Tale of an Authentic Human Being

Remembering Our Loved Ones After They Leave This World & Sharing John Pavlovitz’ Blog Post on When We Forget They’re Dead

July is an emotionally charged month for me to navigate and I suspect it will remain so for as long as I live. It's an excessively long month due to the many loved ones who have  passed during the month of July. I lost an Aunt on July 18, 2014, who was so much more than … Continue reading Remembering Our Loved Ones After They Leave This World & Sharing John Pavlovitz’ Blog Post on When We Forget They’re Dead

Book Review: How to Best Optimize Blog Posts for SEO: 25 Tested Tips Writers Need to Know Now & An Into to The BadRedhead Media 30-Day Book Marketing Challenge

If you are a blogger and after reading SEO from the book cover you stopped, scratched your head, looked around to make sure no one was around and asked yourself aloud, "What the hell is SEO?" Then you need to click on the following title and purchase a copy of Rachel Thompson's How to Best … Continue reading Book Review: How to Best Optimize Blog Posts for SEO: 25 Tested Tips Writers Need to Know Now & An Into to The BadRedhead Media 30-Day Book Marketing Challenge

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Ernest Hemingway: Artifacts From a Life by Michael Katakis Publisher: Scribner of Simon and Schuster Biographies & Memoirs - Publication Date: 23 Oct 2018 Publisher’s Book Description: “Beautifully designed, intimate and illuminating, this is the story of American icon Ernest Hemingway's life through the documents, photographs, and miscellany he kept, compiled by the steward of the … Continue reading A Glimpse into the Next Four Fascinating Book Reviews to be Previewed Here

Feeding the Holy, crafting a spirit

Words of encouragement shared by Author Phyllis Edgerly Ring. ““Weaving, writing and painting our stories into the things we create is a way of feeding the Holy in Nature, which has kept us fed and alive,” says Toko-pa.” And so much more to help us through our writing journeys.

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So many thoughtful souls keep us company when we’re on a path of creating.

“Creativity arises out of the tension between spontaneity and limitations, the latter (like the river banks) forcing the spontaneity into the various forms which are essential to the work of art or poem,” said Rollo May.

Kurt Vonnegut said, “The practice of art isn’t to make a living. It’s to make your soul grow.”

“People don’t talk about the soul very much anymore,” Anna Quindlen has noted. “It’s so much easier to write a résumé than to craft a spirit.”

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“Weaving, writing and painting our stories into the things we create is a way of feeding the Holy in Nature, which has kept us fed and alive,” says Toko-pa. “And as we put all of our lostness and longing into the beauty we make, we do so knowing that we…

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