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Be An Innovator, Be Yourself.

If you agree that ancient cavemen had a sense of humor, here’s a little something they may have said to one another, “Why did the chicken cross the road?” Answer, “Because it had never been done before.” OK, it’s not a belly laugh. It may not even warrant a chiseled-on-a-stone-tablet LOL or : Read More 
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Acknowledging the flip-side

A few years back, on a bright, sunshiny day, someone knocked on my front door. I wasn’t expecting anyone, and living in a rural mountainous area, it was seldom I had any visitors. Although solitude suits me, I was eager to greet my mystery guest. Who would it be? And why didn’t  Read More 
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So you’ve written a few novels, now what?

Non-fiction books, that’s what. Duh.

There are probably a million-and-one reasons a person chooses to become a writer. To express their creativity. Their love of the written word. The desire to contribute something meaningful to society. Do any of these apply to you? Brava/o if they do.

Whenever someone asks me why  Read More 
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BookBuzzr Interviews Author Clint Adams

BookBuzzr Interviews Author Clint Adams

Can you tell us about yourself?

First off, thanks so much for the interview, Vikram. I sincerely appreciate what you do. Summing up 51 years…OK, let me try. Done. Well, since genetics made becoming a male stripper an impossibility, I turned to writing instead.

Wholeheartedly I believe that we're  Read More 
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Monica Seles Makes Me Smile.

I never thought much about Monica Seles until she got stabbed. In the early-90s, my absolute favorite tennis players were Arantxa Sánchez Vicario (nicknamed “The Barcelona Bumblebee”) and Martina Navratilova (no nickname needed). They owned my loyalty. Quickly after turning pro, Monica turned Arantxa, Martina and the rest of the competition into  Read More 
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A prayer from a two-year-old.

I hope everyone continues to be healthy, wealthy and wise. Thanks a bunch to those of you who have read The Seventh Ritual; more than anything, I’m thrilled that you continue talking to me and that our friendship remains in tact. Whew! This had worried me mucho. Again, this book ain’t nothin’  Read More 
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Brüno: Stereotype? Or a mediocre laugh at his, I mean, OUR expense?

Brüno, the film not the man, came out today. What are your thoughts? Personally, I can only laugh (at the film, at the premise itself). You know why? I’m old enough to recall the genius of Archie Bunker. A character (in the TV series, ALL IN THE FAMILY) created for us all  Read More 
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Happy Independence Day!

Hey everyone,
Happy Fourth to you all!! Wherever you are, may there be many weenies on the fire, sand in your shoes, sunscreen on your face, and may the Coors, Bud or Augustiner Bräu be free-flowing.
As it turns out, The Seventh Ritual, my newest novel for adults, will not be released today  Read More 
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Freedom is Priceless. 5 Days Left ‘Til the Fourth. Get Ready.

Taking freedom for granted is like slapping history in the face. Many have suffered so we may live freely. I’m not just talking about the soldiers that fought for American independence against the British…I’m talking about ALL history, every kind of it.
Have you ever been in an abusive relationship? Have  Read More 
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Going back.

What happens when you look back? If you’re of a certain age, seeing the world in reverse may remind you that you’re not getting any younger. On the other hand, it may help you realize how far you’ve come. It’s a great way to measure just how many lessons you’ Read More 
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