Followup to ‘How do I think of these things’

Followup to ‘How do I think of these things’

Followup to ‘How do I think of these things’ In my last article, I wrote about how I come up with my ideas for my books. I received several comments from people who read my books. I found them interesting. The first comment comes from a reader who read my…

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Word of the Day: Invective

Word of the Day: Invective

Word of the Day: Invective Invenctive noun | in-VEK-tiv Definition 1 : an abusive expression or speech 2 : insulting or abusive language : vituperation Examples “The ongoing collapse of responsible broadcast and cable journalism and the explosive role that social media has assumed in this campaign have made for…

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Gratitude

Gratitude

Gratitude What is gratitude? The way I see it, it is being thankful for someone or something that enriched a person’s life. The way I feel when I see people buying my books. Thank you. You are all awesome. A special thank you to those that recently purchased ‘The Taste…

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Thank you

Thank you

Thank you A new fantastic review of ‘The Taste of Honey’ appeared on Amazon the other day. Thank you Reenie K for your comments. I do appreciate them. BTW, I hope your prophecy comes true. Wouldn’t that be something. Gotta keep writing, that’s all there is to it. I also…

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Cultural Changes of The ‘Purge Plague’ (Part 5)

Cultural Changes of The ‘Purge Plague’ (Part 5)

Cultural Changes caused by The Purge Plague Over the last four segments, I wrote about the roots of the plague and the causal effects on Mona’s community. In this segment, I cover the cultural effects which resulted. It should be noted that while the plague was halted, it was not eradicated. Over centuries,…

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The ‘Purge Plague’ (Part 4): Physical Changes

The ‘Purge Plague’ (Part 4): Physical Changes

Physical Changes caused by The Purge Plague Besides high male mortality rates and a shift in a woman’s difficulty in carrying children, there were other changes to human physiology. The last-ditch gene splicing efforts manifested itself in significant physical changes to the human body. Woman tended to have longer legs, shorter torso,…

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Consequences: The ‘Purge Plague’ (Part 3)

Consequences: The ‘Purge Plague’ (Part 3)

The Purge Plague: Consequences Solving the human extinction event wasn’t without its consequences. Besides finding an alternate food source, other changes occurred. The new genome made significant changes to human physiology. Sickness had been wiped out. The common cold, cancer, infections, and the various maladies associated in pre-plague days were nonexistent.…

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