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How I learned Forgiveness is Vital

(This article first published by The Odyssey on November 8, 2017) Sometimes forgiveness isn’t about the other person at all. Sometimes it’s about taking the weight you can’t carry any longer off your chest. I started learning this in sixth grade. This was only my second year in public school, my family had recently moved …

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Was Edgar Rice Burroughs A Great Writer?

By the time Edgar Rice Burroughs died in 1950, he was almost certainly the most well-known and profitable author in the United States. He wrote over ninety novels (many still in print today) and created well-known characters such as Tarzan and John Carter of Mars. These characters’ adventures enthralled audiences, especially Tarzan’s adventures. Burroughs biographer …

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My Latest Short Story: “The Best in the Business”

Sometimes, I write fiction. Recently, I submitted a 300-word short story to a contest by Booknest.eu which has an interesting feature: every story that gets submitted gets posted for 1 month until the contest ends. So, even if you don't win the contest, you get exposure as a writer. I highly recommend submitting to this contest. …

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