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Living with the learning disability; dyslexia.

At a young age I was diagnosed with dyslexia; a light version of it, but it was very frustrating for me because I wasn’t able to read, spell and write like all the others. 1,124 more words

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Live Long and Prosper

Star Trek, the show pitched as ‘Wagon Train to the Stars’ was, more than anything, a commentary on the condition of humanity.  On it’s virtues and its flaws, on its trials and tribulations, on where it had been, where it was, and where it could go.   346 more words

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Work in progress blog tour

This is my contribution to the Work in Progress Blog Tour. You can follow the links to and from my post to find out about what various writers are doing at the moment. 716 more words

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Are You an Open Book?


Well, as a writer, you should be an open book at least to some extent. People want to get a sense of what type of person you are, your background, where you live and more. 585 more words

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Yesterday, while looking for a pair of walking shoes, I was helped by a saleswoman who chewed an apple the whole time I was there.  I know people often need to eat while working.  1,159 more words


The RIP Word List

In my junior year as a high school student, I took what was one of the most challenging and educational classes of my life. You scoff, wondering what sort of pathetic college education I then must have had, but it  1,246 more words


Unity and Spontaneous Writing

I am confident that there is only one thing that can unite us as Christians. That is Christ. He is the only thing we all have in common, He is the focal point of our entire lives, and in Him there is no division. 374 more words

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