Does Everyone Cheat? Are You Sure?

The odds are if you haven’t cheated you will, and your significant other has, or currently is or one day will. This not a judgment, it is just reality. A puritanical society, one which seeks to control the masses, has made the learned concept of monogamy, a monotonous and stressful way to live — leading... Continue Reading →

Person Or Parties Unknown

A fantastic read…

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My Flash .

lightning flashed across the sky as heavy rainfall made the ride into town slow. Maverick, a blond muscular man wearing a wide-brimmed hat became drenched from head to toe as he rode handcuffed on the back of a pulled horse. He kept his head down as the locals gathered in the muddy street to see who Marshal Pete was bringing to Bleakvilles jailhouse.

Several women shoved men out of the way to get a look at the man trying to conceal his face. Widow Thornton, jumped in front of the marshal’s horse stopping his advance abruptly.

“Whoa boy! Stop,” the marshal shouted while pulling back on his horse’s reins to avoid trampling the woman. More women took advantage of the stilled animal and surrounded the cuffed white man on horseback.

“Lift your head mister. I wanna see them eyes,” 50-year-old Widow Thornton yelled as wrinkles around her own eyes betrayed…

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Study: Psychiatric Diagnoses Are ‘Scientifically Meaningless’ In Treating Mental Health – Study Finds

Appears someone has read my writings... LIVERPOOL, England — No two people are exactly alike. Therefore, attempting to classify each unique individual’s mental health issues into neat categories just doesn’t work. That’s the claim coming out of the United Kingdom that is sure to ruffle some psychologists’ feathers. More people are being diagnosed with mental... Continue Reading →

Suicide Impacts Us All

Please Purchase Your Copy Is Suicide Painless (The Damaged and Broken Collection Book 3) Kindle version only 2.99 Paperback 9.99 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J2V9NS9/ Suicide leaves those left behind with many more questions than answers. It leaves those left behind with grief. It leaves those left behind with remorse. It leaves those left behind with unimaginable, unending and... Continue Reading →

Exclusive: Britons abandon Facebook as usage plummets by more than a third

A very interesting article. It makes me wonder -- Where else is this decline occurring? Over the last several years, Facebook has instituted repeated alterations to its algorithms, so much so, that newsfeeds are repetitive, users are seeing less content and interactions are diminishing. Zuck and crew claim they are combating dark and dangerous Palpatine... Continue Reading →

Searching for Ernest Hemingway in Cuba | Salon.com

The author could have learned something from Hemingway's economy of words style, however it is a good article. Long winded and overwhelmingly verbose, but still interesting. https://www.salon.com/2019/07/06/searching-for-ernest-hemingway-in-cuba/ “Who am I?” I am currently an independent, self-published teller of tales, an author on the precipice of worldwide renown. At my heart I am a storyteller, and... Continue Reading →

Major Announcement —- Attention All Publishers Large and Small

MAY I HAVE YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE I have decided to accept proposals to determine which publisher will earn an exciting opportunity. I am offering exclusive rights to publish all of my current and future works. That's correct, this could be your chance to get on-board with an author whose writings challenge accepted norms and has... Continue Reading →

3 Gripes From a Frustrated Indie Author

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I signed up for the good, the bad, and the ugly in becoming an indie author. The good? Absolute creative control. The bad? As with any writer: writer’s block, nasty reviews, and disappointing book sales always hover, like bloodthirsty mosquitoes. The ugly? I’m about to get into that. There are some annoyances that are unique to indie authors. I have since learned not to take any of these things personally, and to push back, if I even get a whiff of disdain. So, here are the not-so-nice things I hear while on my independent writing journey, and my brilliant rebuttals.

Indie authors are lower-quality writers because they don’t have agents.Some readers assume that you’re an indie author because no agent would take you. That might be true to some extent, but as I stated before, you possess absolute control over your writing projects when you’re an indie author. Go…

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A Brief Bio

I am a Chiropractor, an author of several books, a one-time candidate for congress, an educator and with greatest pride, a veteran (non-combat) of the United States Navy. Media Appearances/Presentations: Guest: Sunday Magazine with Brian Hughes, Topic, Football, concussions and CTE. Guest: Issue Line with Mike Duffy. Topic, National Nutrition Month. Guest: Frankie In The... Continue Reading →

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