Monthly Archives: September 2014

Patience

Are we in such a hurry to get somewhere because we over slept or we got home late. I saw many that went through stop signs and red lights today. Are we that stupid that we don’t have patience anymore. Do we think by running a red light we will get to our destination sooner or on time? Do we have to move so fast only to get stuck behind a slow car or hit every red light. Do we not think of traffic and plan for delays since we drive the same roads day after day? Why do we not take a moment and think or slow down if you’re late it’s your fault for not leaving earlier and predict traffic especially if you travel the same road.

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Writing the Hollywood Blockbuster

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It’s interesting that Shane Black, the man behind Lethal Weapon – one of the all-time classics, has evidently got reservations over the influx of generic superhero movies that have been flooding cinemas for the last ten years or so. He clearly doesn’t look particularly enthusiastic when the fact that he’s going to be directing one comes up, and to be honest I’m not surprised. I’m sick to death of seeing superhero movies, and I’m someone who has boxes full of Marvel and DC comics at my house. Obviously, they’re all lucky to be getting good wages to be writing anything, but I do get a sense that Black’s dreams of making movies have been well and truly shattered over the years, which is a shame. However, I found this talk an entertaining one; Black’s speech is inspiring, and there are many other things which I found useful to know, such as…

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Self-Publishing Author Spotlight: Faye Stine

Self-Publishing News for Self Publishing Authors

Self-publishing authors are a unique and hearty bunch, pushing themselves to their limits to produce great works — with no guarantees. Prolific Outskirts Press author Faye Stine is one such writer. To date, she’s authored six books under the Outskirts Press name, and we’re looking forward to more from this talented author. This week we features Faye in our Self-Publishing Author Spotlight.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Fay Stine is a market research analyst and a well known professional. Her writing career began as early as her teens and she enjoys her work as well as producing a compelling and interesting novel.

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This is an exciting, gripping and compelling story of Brother Jeff and sister Faye’s adventures in their spaceship the universe. The adventures take place on the new planet Hope and in the new frontier of unexplored space. Thrill to the beauty of…

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Author Poll: Writer Carol Brewington wants your help with her cover

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Carol Brewington is self-publishing a book with Outskirts Press. And she wants your help deciding her book cover.

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This Is a Delicious Tale of Mayhem, Money, Murder and Mansions on the Beach ! ! !

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As one of the “Dastardly Realtors” connected to a particularly questionable real estate venture, Carol discovers that she is very likely on the vengeful murderer’s list. Detective Lucas Jaxon, in an attempt to reclaim public reputation, investigates the town’s curious characters to narrow down the potential suspects. His plan leads to using Carol as bait, but she would rather try to figure out the case…

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