Ten Zen Seconds Interview With Author Eric Maisel

October 6, 2012

TEN ZEN SECONDS interview with Eric Maisel (click here to get the best price on Ten Zen Seconds) Rahul: What is Ten Zen Seconds all about? Eric: It’s actually a very simple but powerful technique for reducing your stress, getting yourself centered, and reminding yourself about how you want to live your life. It can […]

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Five Tips for the Perpetually Disorganized

October 6, 2012

The five top tips for the perpetually disorganized (cue chart count-down music)In at number five – Make a to-do list – It might seem odd, but you’re not going to be able get organized and plan your time without looking into what you’ve got to do. So, work out what you’ve got to work with, […]

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Memories of Headstones That Symbolize Fathers

October 6, 2012

Starsoma has a strange effect upon the mind. Designed to prevent the onset of mental problems during real-space flight, its heady cocktail of chemicals and electrical stimulation creates a montage of looping imagery and cacophonic aural sensation like herbal vaporizer. The speculation concerning the exact nature of these waking dreams has existed for nearly as […]

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The Flight of the Red Kite

October 6, 2012

It was midday, but feeling tired and somewhat upset about the condition of the world, I was reading in my bedroom when, for some reason, I looked out the window and saw a large red kite drifting by. Not so strange in itself, but, instead of various ribbons dangling from the kite’s tail, there was […]

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Five Blogging Tips

October 6, 2012

Blogging is one of those things that everyone that’s been doing it for a while claims they are good at, and its really easy, after about three months to believe that those claiming they know it all, actually do, especially if they teach you a couple of neat tricks. I’ve been blogging since 2002 – […]

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Desire and Madness Review| a Collected Anthology from Gloucestershire University

October 6, 2012

Desire and Madness – a collected anthology from Gloucestershire University’s creative writing students. Desire and Madness is a simple enough premise – and as themes go, its pretty well represented throughout the works of a diverse range of students. Eighteen separate, and sometimes disparate, yet compelling voices that cover prose, poetry, and one rather interestingly […]

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Review of Blood by Nigel McLoughlin a Book of Poetry

October 6, 2012

Blood, by Nigel McLoughlin is beyond words. Moving, deeply riveting, and most of all standing as both a marker (for lessons learned, in discussion of terrorism through poetry) and inspiration. Boldly mixing Irish myth, and the rich imagery we associate with all traditions of Irish writing, with a more modern view of terrorism, and bloodshed, […]

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