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HAPPY BIRTHDAY LEONARDO!

Born April 15th – 1452 in the town of Vinci “There was born to me, a grandson, the son of Ser Piero my son, on the 15th day of April, a Saturday, at the third hour of the night. He … Continue reading

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WONDROUS & DISASTROUS

APRIL 15 – A DAY TO REMEMBER Leonardo da Vinci was born – April 15, 1452         HMS Titanic sank – April 15, 1912 It’s uncanny that these are both subjects about which I’m most passionate. I … Continue reading

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SERENDIPITY-DOODAH HOOPLA

DON’T BELIEVE A WORD OF IT! Mr. Dickens may have written ‘Great Expectations’ but today, we authors are plagued with them: A PLETHORA OF POSSIBILITIES AN EXAGGERATION OF EXPECTANCY AN HYPERBOLE OF HAPPENSTANCE Definition (mine): SERENDIPITY > A triad random … Continue reading

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PARANORMAL – IS TOO STRONG A WORD

BECAUSE LIFE IS ONE BIG X-FILE UFO = Unidentified Fictional Objectivity Paranormal has become a four-letter word for those of us who write in its general vicinity. But softer words may be used to describe a ‘stranger than fiction’ story … Continue reading

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WALK THIS WAY

Sometimes, to understand history, you must put yourself in another person’s shoes. Walk with me… Pretend for a moment that you are a master painter. You live in fifteenth-century Florence. It takes you over a year to complete a masterpiece. … Continue reading

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TIME-SLIPPING AWAY

‘TWINTER’ GOES EXTRA TIME-SENSITIVE ‘TWINTER – the first portal’ by V Knox, a new  middle-grade TIME-SLIP MYSTERY will be a 99 cent Kindle TOMORROW from OCTOBER 7th -14th on: http://www.amazon.com/dp/0993738044 Bede Hall has topiaries that wander about at night, a colony of … Continue reading

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DEAR INDIANA JONES

IS IT EVER TOO LATE TO GET THE WORD OUT? Think of poverty stricken Van Gogh – a posthumous billionaire. Is that the sound of an artist turning in his grave? BOOKS OF FUTURE PAST So here’s the scene: it’s … Continue reading

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