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  1. Hi everyone, I just wanted to let you know that The Little Book of Muses by me is currently available on Amazon's Kindle Unlimited. This unique book offers a collection of my personal phrases to find and keep the Joy in writing. Warmest wishes, Khaled Singapore
  2. Move, flow sway, scribble, glide across, along and throughout your paper or screen, owning it with yourself expressed through words. Its certainly true, the freedom you get from writing and typing, helps ease that which may work against ourselves. I find it a form of release, a spilling of wonders, fears, emotions, odds and ends... to note that which grips us is like a form of accepting your own truth. Whats yours?.
  3. I have always maintained that love triangles are just frustrating for a reader! I always hate when something comes between my two favourite characters in a book. In Twilight it was Bella, Jacob and Edward and in The Hunger Games it was Katniss, Peeta and Gale. For all of those fans out there I am team Edward and team Peeta! Always! It used to drive me crazy when I would read about Katniss choosing Gale and finally choosing Peeta in the last chapter! In any book it would drive me mad. However after writing Thunderstorm and now I'm in the middle of editing my second book which should be availab
  4. I'm a comic book illustrator and script writer (in addition to other things), I know that a lot of people out there do not consider comic books a real literary art form and something "just for kids" despite all the media around comic books and what they inspire (IE: Movies, etc) so, considering this is on the topic of writing, do you consider comic book writing "real" writing or not? Please discuss why or why not, I'm just opening a friendly discussion on the topic which many decide not to prod.
  5. Following a convoluted thought process after reading Hazel's comment on this thread: http://www.bookgrouponline.com/topic/7194-could-books-have-been-different/#entry139094 about missing a page of a book but not really missing much of the story, I was thinking of the plot device in The Satan Bug (Alistair Maclean) in which someone's alibi, which is that they watched a certain TV programme at a certain time, is debunked by another character who points out that an electrical storm over the south of England caused a breakdown in the broadcast. And I thought, well, in these days of iPlayer and what
  6. This prose-poem below will deal with: goals and goal setting, purpose and process, dealing with difficulties and seeking understanding, among other subjects. __________ Part 1: What makes poetry, at least for me, is the simultaneity of ideas, the greater density of language. I attempt linearity and the sequential in my poetry; these are the chief features of prose. Much of my poetry is very much like prose and this is, as I say, because of the sequence and the linearity in my work. I do this partly to make it readable. I’m after simplicity and communication, not obscurity and complexity
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