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What is considered the best type of writer's discussion group?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Thomas J Ault Sep 12, 2011. 14 Replies

I have been in three writer's groups and all are basically ladies. I have no problem with ladies but would like to see more men in these groups. Have any of your men attended a group of at least…Continue

Reading and Writing

Started this discussion. Last reply by Robert L. Allen Jan 26, 2011. 1 Reply

 The literary world is made up of three distinct groups, they are simply those who read , those who write, and those who do both. I am one who writes...I reserve my reading now, to the bible. Many…Continue

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Mystery and Crime
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Every Hour Counts
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Those That Can, Do. Those That Can't, Teach...or something like that.

Posted on November 27, 2011 at 9:51pm 0 Comments

Since the problems with writing come in all sorts of sizes and types, I decided the best way to find the answers to my problems was to take the subject of error, by the throat, and teach a classs.

 

I can tell you it worked. Not only did I uncover a multitude of questions I could not answer appropriately, I also retrieved a lot of answers from my students. These students aren't just "run of the mill" folks. They are ex-school teachers, who have retired; musical talent from…

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Read it or write it...the choice is yours of course, but perhaps you must consider both !!

Posted on November 6, 2011 at 1:03am 0 Comments

I have finally finished the second book in the trilogy of my clock series, Every Hour Counts. It is called Moving West, as told by Gilbert Clock. I had to read a lot of historical events, year by year, and research the background of people that lived in the town in which both books were based.  What is important here  is not that the book has at last been published, but rather the amount of readiing (research)) that  is involved do  it…

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Books Are Good For the Writer's Soul

Posted on February 11, 2011 at 6:01pm 0 Comments

After losing my first wife to cancer the world seemed to be an alien place. The couples we knew now longer were available, the places we used to go were now off limits for my heart, and the things we shared no longer seemed important.

 

One day, I decided to go back to something I used to do many years ago. Write!

 

Since 1999 I have written close to 400 short stories and poems, been involved with couple of small newspapers, and have published seven 3-5 year old…

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Comment Wall (4 comments)

At 7:10am on January 26, 2011, Kay Elizabeth said…
Hi there Thomas! Welcome to Authors.com. It’s great to meet you! I hope we’ll see you around the site often. :)
At 6:12am on January 27, 2011, scribbler said…
Nice to meet you Thomas. :) Welcome aboard. I’ll look forward to getting to know you better.
At 4:52pm on April 5, 2011, Lisa R.Brereton said…
Hi Thomas,
Welcome, it is nice to have you here among other Authors, it was nice learning more about what you write. are you writing anything new these days? I am an Author of self-help guide books and a poet. if you would like to learn more about my books you can visit my website www.wix.com/LisaBrereton/itswheretheheartis, then just click on my blog

Lisa Brereton
At 5:41pm on June 28, 2011, Thomas J Ault said…
Glad to hear from you, and yes I am writing. I am on the third re-write of my newest book, which is the second in a trilogy about the life of a 1879 clock made by the Gilbert people. It is about the lives and times as viewed and interpreted by the clock on an every day look at things. The second is probably more well named than the first which sounded like a heart attack "Every Hour Counts"....I am sure a lot of people don't know and didn't check it out. "The Incident" is a murder mystery and doing well. Drop a note.

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