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Creative Writing

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Creative writing is any writing that goes outside the bounds of normal professional, journalistic, academic, or technical forms of literature, typically identified by an emphasis on narrative craft, character development, and the use of literary tropes or with various traditions of poetry and poetics. Due to the looseness of the definition, it is possible for writing such as feature stories to be considered creative writing, even though they fall under journalism, because the content of features is specifically focused on narrative and character development. Both fictional and non-fictional works fall into this category, including such forms as novels, biographies, short stories, and poems. In the academic setting, creative writing is typically separated into fiction and poetry classes, with a focus on writing in an original style, as opposed to imitating pre-existing genres such as crime or horror. Writing for the screen and stage—screenwriting and playwrighting—are often taught separately, but fit under the creative writing category as well.
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  1. ProducerMalini Chaudhri  Ph.D
    THE CIRCLE OF REASON
    THE CIRCLE OF REASONIt is said that the foetus in the womb endures nine months of furnace to develop its body and cloak its soul.The foetus lies upside down with hands folded, as though in prayer, the reason being that he must remember this painful time in the womb and...
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  2. Dannye Williamsen
    Interested in a short story? Elliott GoLightly
    Dannye Williamsen
    Elliott GoLightly
    www.linkedin.com The night was quiet like all of Elliott’s nights the last few years. None of his gang who met for doughnuts and coffee at Casey’s General Store every morning were still around. Even his Thursday...
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  3. Simon Paul

    Simon Paul

    28/11/2016
    Who's your favourite writer. Here's a clue as to mine.
    Simon Paul
    The Raven
    niume.com I have long been a fan of the writings of Edgar Allan Poe. His works have spawned many films and influenced many other writers. His dark, sombre, macabre themes emerged from a troubled upbringing having lost both parents early on and then feuding...
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  4. ProducerRONALD FAIR

    RONALD FAIR

    26/11/2016
    Author New To beBee
    Author New To beBeeI just became aware of beBEE and found the concept to be interesting. I am the author of the "Wayne Downing" thriller series published through Createspace and Amazon. Now I am looking for someone critique my books and reviews. Like most authors, I...
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    Zack Thorn
    26/11/2016 #2 Zack Thorn
    Welcome aboard Ronald and best wishes in all of your future endeavors.
    Lisa Gallagher
    26/11/2016 #1 Lisa Gallagher
    Hi @RONALD FAIR, welcome to beBee! I'm sure someone may take you up on your offer! Hope to see more from you :))
  5. ProducerDannye Williamsen
    Shift Really Does Happen
    Shift Really Does HappenPassion stirs your soul, and the words slam against the edges of your mind, trying to escape, until finally your fingers fly across the keyboard. Your passion has now moved from the metaphysical to the physical. Your creation has taken form. Your...
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    Dannye Williamsen
    23/11/2016 #5 Dannye Williamsen
    #1 Actually, I came to this shift a while back, but as I mentioned to @Irene Hackett, I am still seeking to develop a workable relationship with marketing. In the meantime, I am not letting the success or lack of it influence whether I continue to write.
    Dannye Williamsen
    23/11/2016 #4 Dannye Williamsen
    #3 Thanks for the feedback, @irene_hackett. Yes, it is true that a writer simply must write, but it is often the process of establishing a peaceful relationship between just writing from your soul and managing the obstacles marketing can often put in your path. As an introvert, I find marketing to be especially difficult when it comes to my books. Promoting others is much easier. :-)
    Irene Hackett
    23/11/2016 #3 Anonymous
    Thank you for an honest glimpse into the guts of the writer's process. Despite the agony, it seems a writer simply must write.
    Chas Wyatt
    23/11/2016 #2 Chas Wyatt
    "I would hurl words into this darkness and wait for an echo, and if an echo sounded, no matter how faintly, I would send other words to tell, to march, to fight, to create a sense of hunger for life that gnaws in us all." ~Richard Wright, American Hunger, 1977.
    Mohammed A. Jawad
    23/11/2016 #1 Mohammed A. Jawad
    @Dannye Williamsen So deeply you have penned down that passionate shift and its impact. Once again, you have made a dramatic shift...and I presume that's beBee, so let your inward passion propel and enlighten the world of beBee, with your buzzes and insights.
  6. Ian Nethercott

    Ian Nethercott

    17/11/2016
    Help me raise money for MENS health this month here:
    Ian Nethercott
    Movember Canada
    ca.movember.com Movember, the month formerly known as November, is a moustache growing charity event held during November each year that raises funds and awareness for men's...
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    Ian Nethercott
    18/11/2016 #1 Ian Nethercott
    Help the men in your life for the holidays:
  7. Ian Nethercott

    Ian Nethercott

    17/11/2016
    Check out my latest Linkedin article:
    Ian Nethercott
    How to Handle Life's Challenges and Smile When You Fail.......
    www.linkedin.com After working for just over 25 years now and facing many life challenging including at least 12 different jobs, living and working in many cities and several countries I have learned a thing or...
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  8. monika poplin

    monika poplin

    11/11/2016
    monika poplin
    How Much WOULD IT Cost to make an App
    applifyblog.wordpress.com Asking how much it costs to make an software is vague rather. It really is like requesting, “what’s the price tag on an automobile?” Well, the type of car are you wanting to buy?...
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    Lisa Gallagher
    11/11/2016 #1 Lisa Gallagher
    A lot of great info @monika poplin!
  9. monika poplin

    monika poplin

    10/11/2016
    monika poplin
    Monika Poplin
    stupendouscreationbluebird.tumblr.com
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  10. ProducerPhillip Hubbell

    Phillip Hubbell

    08/11/2016
    Infinity Squared Chapter 3
    Infinity Squared Chapter 3Infinity Squared…Chapter 3 This is the third chapter of my third book…Infinity Squared. It is a continuing story about a fellow who met a deity and was given knowledge of what is coming in the afterlife. I wrote this six years ago. While it...
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  11. ProducerDasha Dranovsky

    Dasha Dranovsky

    07/11/2016
    The Sun
    The SunChapter 1When I was born it was raining, when it was the first day of school it was raining, all my life, it was raining. Today, it’s still raining, and not just nice summer rain, pouring sloppy winter rain that feels like acid every time it touches...
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    Maria Teresa Redondo Infantes
    08/11/2016 #2 Maria Teresa Redondo Infantes
    Wooo total warme

    peace and love plus another to much things
    Deb Helfrich
    07/11/2016 #1 Deb Helfrich
    Bravo! Great story. Will be looking forward to seeing you around the hives, @Dasha Dranovsky
  12. Malini Chaudhri  Ph.D
    Malini Chaudhri  Ph.D
    THE AUTHORS GROUPS
    malinichaudhri.wordpress.com Now the authors world is transformed into a vast landscape where connecting and informing is possible. When all collapsed on Facebook and posting became risky, the CEO recommended Facebook groups....
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  13. ProducerLaura Mikolaitis
    The Relevance of Numbers
    The Relevance of Numbers15, 30, 30, 50000. It's not a math quiz, an equation, a code or the combination to the safe housing a secret fortune. It's not the winning lottery numbers either. I suppose they could be any of these things but a) I'm not psychic and b) I'm no...
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    Laura Mikolaitis
    07/11/2016 #16 Laura Mikolaitis
    #13 @Ken Boddie, thank you! I took your advice, by the way. I read your comment and thought "he's right." So when I sat down to write on Saturday and then again on Sunday, I just wrote. And I exceeded my goal both nights. I'm 7 days into this journey and I'm learning to just give in to the words and write. If nothing else, I'm building a spring board for something else. Like I mentioned to Lisa in my reply to her, at the end of this I will have clay to mold. It's my first time doing something like this, but if I don't try then I've already surrendered. Thanks so much for your kind words and encouragement - it is greatly appreciated!
    Laura Mikolaitis
    07/11/2016 #15 Laura Mikolaitis
    #12 Thank you, @Lisa Gallagher. I can relate to having that fuzzy feeling in your head. I've let many distractions impede me from writing: bad days, bad moods, not enough time, feeling tired - and the list goes on. But this exercise is teaching me a habit and you know what, I am beginning to feel like it's a normal part of my day. I have no outline for what I am writing, it really is stream of consciousness. I don't even know if it makes sense. But, as my friend so aptly pointed out to me today, at least at the end of this chapter I will have clay to mold; which is more than I had when I started. And for me, that's what it is about. Creating the habit, learning the discipline, expending the time. Thank you, always, for your support.
    Laura Mikolaitis
    07/11/2016 #14 Laura Mikolaitis
    #11 Thank you @debasish majumder, I appreciate you taking the time to read and comment.
    Ken Boddie
    05/11/2016 #13 Ken Boddie
    I don't know you, Laura, but one thing I've concluded in a short time is that YOU CAN WRITE, lady! If I may be so bold as to offer advice ..... I would stop counting words and minutes and just commit to daily writing. This reduces the hurdle to removing distraction and just doing it. Personally, when I'm on a mission I'm in the zone and I keep going for as long as the real world allows. I wish you focus and no distractions. Get on and break a leg.
    Lisa Gallagher
    05/11/2016 #12 Lisa Gallagher
    Good for you @Laura Mikolaitis! Your an excellent writer, I've always enjoyed reading your pieces. You've got this! I don't plan to write a novel but I do need to set a goal to write more frequently. My mind has been a bit numb lately and it's hard to draw out thoughts when it's so foggy up there. I love how you broke apart the numbers, you DO see this as attainable. One day at time! I will be cheering for you.
    debasish majumder
    05/11/2016 #11 debasish majumder
    lovely insight! enjoyed read. thank you @Laura Mikolaitis for the share.
    Laura Mikolaitis
    04/11/2016 #10 Laura Mikolaitis
    #9 Indeed it is @Graham Edwards 🐝! I love that book by Brene Brown. It's one of the reasons I've been able to accept my vulnerabilities and take those leaps forward. Thanks for your comments. I just put Day 3 of the challenge in the books. It is such a fun experience to just write. I'm trying to keep my inhibitions at bay and enjoy each moment that I get to sit and write.
    Graham Edwards 🐝
    04/11/2016 #9 Graham Edwards 🐝
    It's all about daring greatly @Laura Mikolaitis.... ENJOY !!!
    Laura Mikolaitis
    04/11/2016 #8 Laura Mikolaitis
    #7 Thanks @Don Kerr! Day 3 and good so far. Almost to my word count for the day.
    Don Kerr
    04/11/2016 #7 Don Kerr
    Deb Helfrich
    03/11/2016 #5 Deb Helfrich
    Are you taking the write a novel challenge in November? @Laura Mikolaitis is going for it. We'd love to see who else is.
    Laura Mikolaitis
    03/11/2016 #4 Laura Mikolaitis
    Thanks @Deb Helfrich! I'm really writing by stream of consciousness and honestly, I'm not sure if any of it makes sense but I had an idea awhile back that I used as my spring board. I'm definitely weaving a tale and, if nothing else, at the end of November I will have something. From there, I can start editing and see how it ends up. It's definitely a worth while exercise to keep the brain stimulated. Thanks for reading and sharing with me in the comments. I feel like my last couple of posts have gotten a bit lost on here, but you seem to be finding them - so thank you!
    Deb Helfrich
    02/11/2016 #3 Deb Helfrich
    Yay, yay, yay! I know I am excited to see what transpires over this month of your commitment, @Laura Mikolaitis.

    One thing I know from writing my memoir is that I had to give up my thoughts on linearity. It was a story, it happened to me. I wasn't writing some confusing mystery with all sorts of time jumps. YET. Some days what arose for me to write about was something completely out of sequence. I remember the day when I opened the document - it was around 50 pages. Getting too big to navigate by memory and I thought I was failing..... but I stuck with it, and soon the time to cut and paste and get things in order and develop the narrative arose. Always believe. And don't knock research. Since my book was about my dogs, I had a rationale for wanting to add in some facts. A burst of writing always came after research. That whole fresh perspective thing.
    Laura Mikolaitis
    02/11/2016 #2 Laura Mikolaitis
    #1 @Deb Helfrich, I'm not sure where the words are coming from lately, but I'm going with it. I've had much on my mind of late and I suspect that is feeding into my inspiration. I've also tried to let my inhibitions go and simply write. And that has made a world of difference. Of course, that also means peeling back those layers a little more each time. But that's part of growing and evolving as a person and, dare I say, writer.
    Deb Helfrich
    02/11/2016 #1 Deb Helfrich
    It must be me, but almost every time you post, I seem to refresh my browser and your buzzes say Now! I am still living with the soup pot, unable to say anything only feel.
  14. monika poplin

    monika poplin

    26/10/2016
    https://plus.google.com/+applifymobileapps
    monika poplin
    Applify - Mobile App Design & Development Company London - Google+
    plus.google.com Applify - Mobile App Design & Development Company London - Applify using its creative know-how in UI/UX design, has been acknowledged in the industry among the top UK mobile software development companies located in...
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  15. monika poplin

    monika poplin

    26/10/2016
    monika poplin
    Applify - Mobile App Development - Website Design in Liverpool Street EC2A 4NE - 192.com
    www.192.com
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  16. David Chappell

    David Chappell

    25/10/2016
    David Chappell
    the 777 blog: 7 Reasons You Should Love This Blog
    the777blog.blogspot.com
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  17. applify tech

    applify tech

    09/06/2016
    applify tech
    Applify | Mobile App Development Company oman
    www.applify.co APPLIFY | We’re a leading bespoke mobile app design & development company. We offer iOS apps, Android apps, Chatbots, etc. Headquartered in London, we have branches in 3 different...
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  18. monika poplin

    monika poplin

    24/10/2016
    Thinking Which App Is Using THE MAJORITY OF YOUR COMPUTER DATA? Here's THE RESPONSE
    monika poplin
    Thinking Which App Is Using THE MAJORITY OF YOUR COMPUTER DATA? Here's THE RESPONSE
    www.linkedin.com What is the essential thing you reach out for in the morning? The answer is 'phone'. This phenomenon describes an entire generation of folks who cannot imagine their lives without Androids and...
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  19. monika poplin

    monika poplin

    19/10/2016
    monika poplin
    Applify | Mobile App Development Company London,Uk
    www.applify.stfi.re APPLIFY | We’re a leading bespoke mobile app software design and developers company. We offer iOS apps, Android apps, Chatbots and more. Headquartered in London, we have branches in 3 different...
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  20. ProducerKevin Pashuk

    Kevin Pashuk

    13/10/2016
    What's on your Kindle/Bookshelf/Nightstand?
    What's on your Kindle/Bookshelf/Nightstand?For those of us who love to write, there is typically a corresponding love of reading.  Every interesting person I have ever met is a reader.I thought I'd share a list of my recent reads and see if any of you have read them, or if not, consider them...
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    Susan Rooks
    15/10/2016 #38 Susan Rooks
    #28 That's my favorite kind of problem, @Kevin Pashuk! I am more of a library kind of person because writers are putting out more books than I can keep up with. I would be broke if I bought too many! And fortunately or not, I am a very, very fast reader. So I go through books quickly. Thanks again for a great post!
    Harvey Lloyd
    14/10/2016 #37 Harvey Lloyd
    #36 I am a person who believes in free will or choices declares who we are. Not unsupported declarations or positions. I am Christian and it is ok if others choose not to be. It was my choice. If I must describe my Christianity by destroying another belief then I would probably be agnostic. Love Jesus but be sceptical of his detractors and followers. Just find your path and believe in it
    Kevin Pashuk
    14/10/2016 #36 Kevin Pashuk
    #35 I enjoyed that book too Harvey. He does take a strong position, but whether you agree with him or not, he does make you think about what you believe, which makes the book all that more worthwhile.
    Harvey Lloyd
    14/10/2016 #35 Harvey Lloyd
    #30 The Atheist who didn't exist. Was my first choice. I am an extreme I that has adapted to public settings. So i enjoy deep thoughts about how folks can declare anything. One of my favorite questions of those who declare something, "Five years ago you were making declarations, Based on these have you arrived at your destination, are you on the same path? Follow up questions would include: What happened to those declarations? How do you think current declarations will impact the next five years?

    The conversation usually doesn't end well because the declarations get exposed as a way to manage current events as opposed to a life long commitment to something. I will let you know about this book, so far, i am enjoying the writer. Whether true or not i am declaring Andy Bannister an I, @Kevin Pashuk.
    Harvey Lloyd
    14/10/2016 #34 Harvey Lloyd
    #32 I am a tough critic when it comes to reading so i need the little excerpts to see if i enjoy the writer.
    Kevin Pashuk
    14/10/2016 #33 Kevin Pashuk
    #31 The '5 Dysfunctions' is the best book to start with Jared. They are written like a novel, but highly effective at getting the points across.
    Jared Wiese
    14/10/2016 #32 Jared Wiese
    #25 #30 I agree with Kevin on the sentiments, @Harvey Lloyd. Another approach I've been trying is looking up a summary and seeing if a book resonates. Probably works better with non-fiction and could be seen as a spoiler, but I also see it as a way to skim and prepare to absorb as much as I can from the book.
    Jared Wiese
    14/10/2016 #31 Jared Wiese
    #29 Thanks for the kind words and thoughtful reply, Kevin.
    I hope I didn't get too "real" as I thoroughly enjoyed the other comments and ideas in this thread.
    I keep hearing about Patrick Lencioni, so will definitely be checking out his works. One comes to mind, "The Five Dysfunctions of a Team".
    Kevin Pashuk
    14/10/2016 #30 Kevin Pashuk
    #25 You win the prize Harvey for the best comment in this thread. Keep us posted on how you liked (or didn't) the books you've chosen.
    Kevin Pashuk
    14/10/2016 #29 Kevin Pashuk
    #22 Great list Jared. It almost appears that you have favourite authors and devour everything in their collection.

    I've done the same with incredibly funny books by A.J.Jacobs, inspirational books by Phillip Yancey, and leadership books by Patrick Lencioni. I highly recommend all of these authors.
    Kevin Pashuk
    14/10/2016 #28 Kevin Pashuk
    #20 Thanks Susan. I was ever only scary to my daughter's potential suitors when she was a teenager.

    I have bookshelves full of 'real' books. The list above is ONLY the books I've read on Kindle over the last year. It doesn't include dozens of other titles on my Kobo reader (kind of a Canadian Kindle) or the hard copy books, or the Amazon Kindle books over the previous years.

    I guess I might have a reading problem...
    Kevin Pashuk
    14/10/2016 #27 Kevin Pashuk
    #19 Thanks Lisa. I have an OBE experience every morning. I take the lifeblood from my coffee machine and put it back in my body.

    Thanks for commenting.
    Kevin Pashuk
    14/10/2016 #26 Kevin Pashuk
    #18 Thanks Dean... The title of that book sounds intriguing.
    Harvey Lloyd
    14/10/2016 #25 Harvey Lloyd
    I went through three of the books and read the Amazon "look inside" feature. It was a little of an experiment. Do Big "I"'s enjoy the same reading materials. This experiment was totally scientific and has an error bias of 2.93855%:) The three sampled books resonated with my big I and i have downloaded two of them. My conclusions of this study is that I's do share some features across the type, as it applies to reading. We enjoy folks who are realists, opinions that can be supported by more than just emotion, humor that is totally detached from any realism, and finally writers who challenge our way of thinking.

    This study along with the rather exhaustive study that Boeing determined a 737 costs eleven cents per passenger mile will still leave you needing five bucks in the latte line.

    Thanks for the reading list @Kevin Pashuk. I am deep into the first downloaded book and appreciate your list greatly.
    Lisa Gallagher
    14/10/2016 #24 Lisa Gallagher
    #22 Yet, another impressive reading list @Jared Wiese!
    Susan Rooks
    14/10/2016 #23 Susan Rooks
    #21 @Lisa Gallagher, I remember the book although I'm not sure I ever read it. And I am so far from being a true intellectual, it's as though I'm on a different planet. My reading these days is for pleasure, for relaxation. I did my time reading the current books of the day like . . . yes. 7 Habits and all those.

    And @Kevin Pashuk, I understand the allure of a Kindle or other electronic reading device! If I traveled as much as I did 10-15 years ago, I would definitely have one because it would make sense. Since a lot of my work is home-based now, I can enjoy magazines, newspapers, and books the old-fashioned way. But your list is still amazing.
    Jared Wiese
    14/10/2016 #22 Jared Wiese
    OK, since this is going to tell a bit about me, I am going to pick some of my classics.

    Stephen R. Covey:
    - The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, including:
    -- Daily Reflections for Highly Effective People: Living the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Every Day
    -- The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families
    -- First Things First
    -- The 8th Habit: From Effectiveness to Greatness

    Anthony Robbins:
    - MONEY Master the Game: 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom
    - Giant Steps
    - Notes from a Friend: A Quick and Simple Guide to Taking Charge of Your Life
    - Awaken the Giant Within : How to Take Immediate Control of Your Mental, Emotional, Physical and Financial Destiny!
    - Unlimited Power : The New Science Of Personal Achievement

    Dan Millman:
    - The Four Purposes of Life: Finding Meaning and Direction in a Changing World (to read)
    - The Life You Were Born to Live: A Guide to Finding Your Life Purpose
    - No Ordinary Moments: A Peaceful Warrior's Guide to Daily Life
    - Everyday Enlightenment: The Twelve Gateways to Personal Growth
    - The Peaceful Warrior Collection

    HEALTH:
    - Slow Burn, by Stu Mittleman
    - Pain Free, by Pete Egoscue

    RELATIONSHIPS:
    - Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work, by John Gottman
    - The Five Love Languages, by Gary Chapman

    Eckhart Tolle:
    - The Power of Now
    - Practicing The Power of Now
    - Stillness Speaks
    - A New Earth

    PRODUCTIVITY:
    - Getting Results the Agile Way: A Personal Results System for Work and Life, by J.D. Meier
    - The Compound Effect, by Darren Hardy
    - Eat That Frog, by Brian Tracy
    - The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business, by Charles Duhigg

    - The Miracle Morning, by Hal Elrod
    Lisa Gallagher
    14/10/2016 #21 Lisa Gallagher
    #20 @Susan Rooks, do you remember the detective and true crime magazines they used to sell in stores during the 70's? When I was a teen I used to buy those and read them. I remember the first book I bought and read because I wanted to, "Go ask Alice." A book about a girl who did psychotropic drugs and had horrible trips from LSD in particular. I can say this much, I never wanted to touch drugs after reading that. I think I was in 7th grade when I read that book. Yes, I'm a true intellect haha
    Susan Rooks
    14/10/2016 #20 Susan Rooks
    OK, so you are officially -- in my "book" anyway -- one scary dude, @Kevin Pashuk! That is a hell of a list!

    On the other hand, I'm probably 30 years older than you are, and I reserve the right to read mostly fiction -- detective and/or other mystery genres -- for relaxation.

    But I did spot two books I might want to look at, and if you hadn't put them on your list, I doubt I would have. So thanks! And you're right -- interesting people tend to be readers.

    PS: I much prefer paper books. Just sayin' . . . :-)
    Lisa Gallagher
    14/10/2016 #19 Lisa Gallagher
    Quite the list @Kevin Pashuk. My kindle is full of fiction books. I also like reading books that are 'stories' of people who've experienced an out of body experience. I have books by researchers on OBE's and consciousness. No one has an answer but my mind has always had this investigative side, maybe that's why I enjoy reading material that has no concrete proof *yet*. There probably won't be any proof in my lifetime. Great topic! Oh and I still read paper back and hard cover books. My favorite paperbacks are inspirational books and yes, some of my fiction books too.
  21. ProducerRoberto Solé Azuaga
    Librerías de barrio, ¿desaparecerán por culpa de la venta en internet o por otros motivos?
    Librerías de barrio, ¿desaparecerán por culpa de la venta en internet o por otros motivos?La evolución no solo pilla a las personas, también termina pillando a los negocios y oficios de todo el mundo. Las librerías son una de las más destacadas al respecto. Las librerías digitales que entregan libros en 24 horas más o menos o los...
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    Manuel García Pérez
    09/10/2016 #6 Manuel García Pérez
    Creo que son compatibles lectura en papel y digital. Lo que es cierto es que necesitamos espacios públicos para leer en barrios.
    Raquel Hernández Delgado
    09/10/2016 #5 Raquel Hernández Delgado
    Donde esté el libro en papel que se quite el ebook
    Yolanda Álvarez San Martín
    09/10/2016 #4 Yolanda Álvarez San Martín
    Sin duda me quedo con la librería de barrio.
    Laura Rovira
    07/10/2016 #3 Laura Rovira
    Me quedo con las librerías. Entrar en una librería y que el librero te reciba y pueda aconsejarte no tiene precio. Es lógico que las grandes cadenas tengan los libros de inmediato pero en las librerías hay valores añdidos que el resto no tienen. Yo cuando voy a comprar un libro lo que menos tengo es prisa ya que lo interesante es perderte en una librería y ver lo que surge.
    David Gamella Pérez
    07/10/2016 #2 David Gamella Pérez
    Está claro que por comodidad los pedidos online, las grandes superficies y los ebooks están acabando con ellas. Ahora bien, el placer de entrar en una pequeña librería y encontrar un pequeño tesoro a buen precio... ¡Esa sensación nunca será igual comprando online!
    Laura Becker
    07/10/2016 #1 Laura Becker
    Es un debate interesante... obviamente, gigantes como Amazon o Fnac son más cómodos y ofrecen muchas más ventajas, por no hablar de la eficiencia a la hora de realizar un pedido, como bien has comentado. Ahora sí, considero que siempre va a haber "románticos" de las librerías, que van a acudir a las tiendas tradicionales en busca de gangas y ese ambiente (¿intelectual?) que tienen las mismas.
  22. ProducerMichael D. Davis
    Is My Honey Sticky Enough?
    Is My Honey Sticky Enough?The other evening my minuscule alter ego “Bo Buzzbee” and I sat down to chat over a cup of mead. Actually I had a pint and Bo had a modified thimble full, but that’s a story for another post. Sometime during the rambling buzz of our...
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    Andrew Goldman
    08/10/2016 #18 Andrew Goldman
    Thank you, Michael! Great data! Be the best yourself!
    maria pilar pich pou
    08/10/2016 #17 maria pilar pich pou
    En la lectura de cristalizan los pensamientos y estos pensamientos nos abte al CONOCIMIENTO.THANKS!
    Michael D. Davis
    08/10/2016 #16 Michael D. Davis
    #11 "Now and again" (fat fingers & tiny keyboards...argh!)
    Michael D. Davis
    08/10/2016 #15 Michael D. Davis
    #11 Thanks Lisa. I appreciate your comments and helpfulness. Bo's just my fun loving, bad boy alter ego who bubbles to the surface niwand again. I think I may let him hang around for awhile.
    Michael D. Davis
    08/10/2016 #14 Michael D. Davis
    #10 Thank you for your encouragement Vincent. It's greatly appreciated
    Michael D. Davis
    08/10/2016 #13 Michael D. Davis
    #9 Thanks Jim. It's a pleasure to be here and a lot of fun sharing my brand of crazy with beBee
    Michael D. Davis
    08/10/2016 #12 Michael D. Davis
    #8 Thanks Ken. Yeah, I guess one could say I like my box of chocolates heavy on the dark side.
    Lisa Gallagher
    08/10/2016 #11 Lisa Gallagher
    I really enjoyed this @Michael D. Davis. I think I like your 'character' Bo too. Bo seems to be a good listener. You can promote your dailychalkboard hive, there is a share button there may be others who aren't aware of it's existence yet and some people forget to visit all the hives they signed up for. I'm guilty of that because I joined so many. Keep buzzing, I like your style!
    Vincent Andrew
    08/10/2016 #10 Vincent Andrew
    "My purpose in being here and contributing to beBee, or any of my other social media endeavors is completely directed towards inspiring and motivating others to be their very best." Well said @Michael D. Davis View more
    "My purpose in being here and contributing to beBee, or any of my other social media endeavors is completely directed towards inspiring and motivating others to be their very best." Well said @Michael D. Davis and highly relevant in my view. Close
    Jim Able
    08/10/2016 #9 Jim Able
    Kudos, Bo. Keep your edge honed. And your wings free of sticky sweet honey.
    Ken Boddie
    08/10/2016 #8 Ken Boddie
    I enjoyed this buzz, Michael. Keep producing honey like this in the long form platform and its stickiness will draw in fellow bees. Glad to see you're a Forest Gump fan. 👍
    Michael D. Davis
    07/10/2016 #7 Michael D. Davis
    #5 Just so you know David, Bo is now taking complete credit for coming up with the idea for this post. He now insists we have regular "mead"-iation sessions for which I will pay for his brilliant ideas. Stay tuned.
    Michael D. Davis
    07/10/2016 #6 Michael D. Davis
    #4 Oh geez! I'm really stuck now. Thanks Kevin, for both reading my silly blatherings and for passing them on for others to read. Many blessings to you my friend.
    David B. Grinberg
    07/10/2016 #5 David B. Grinberg
    Michael, that was a very entertaining and informative blog post. Sweet honey indeed. You ask if writing on beBee "is relevant and a wise and worthy use of my finite bank account of time on this earth or not." The answer, in my opinion, is an unequivocal YES! Buzz on, my friend and have a wonderful weekend (to both you and "Bo Buzzbee").
    Kevin Pashuk
    07/10/2016 #4 Kevin Pashuk
    Let me add to your stickiness by sharing this Michael.
    Michael D. Davis
    07/10/2016 #3 Michael D. Davis
    #2 Some may say too many Franci. All in good fun though. I've determined that psychotic episodes just don't fit into my lifestyle. I'm too busy observing others have their own to be bothered with them.
    Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    07/10/2016 #2 Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    Michael, this buzz is a home run. I love the way it is written because it is unique, as well as down to earth. Um, do you have a lot of discussions with Bo Buzzbee? Just curious. 🙃
    Javier beBee
    07/10/2016 #1 Javier beBee
    Thanks @Michael D. Davis ! beBee is getting better and better thanks to bees like you !!! Have a great weekend
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    We Get Better, Not OlderInternational Day of Older Persons October 1http://www.timeanddate.com/holidays/un/international-older-persons-day I wrote this little ditty, perhaps a bit silly but no willy-nilly. Just like you, I’m older too. So, there’s no way I’m going to...
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    Maria Teresa Redondo Infantes
    04/11/2016 #13 Maria Teresa Redondo Infantes
    Beautyfull Car
    Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    22/10/2016 #12 Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    #11 Thank you, Irene. I am glad you like it.
    Irene Hackett
    22/10/2016 #11 Anonymous
    Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    08/10/2016 #10 Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    #9 Thank you.
    Jim Murray
    07/10/2016 #9 Jim Murray
    Sweet.
    Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    07/10/2016 #8 Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    #7 Thank you, John. I hope you get to relive those special moments again and again, and even if in your mind. 😉
    John Rylance
    06/10/2016 #7 John Rylance
    Franci I missed the older person's day, must have been enjoying the moment elsewhere. Actually I was on a sandy beach reading a novel, and watching the waves gently breaking. I hope to do it again and relive the moment, if only in my mind.
    Oh I enjoyed the poem.
    Milos Djukic
    03/10/2016 #6 Anonymous
    @Franci Eugenia Hoffman, fractals are forever :) Thanks a lot.
    Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    02/10/2016 #5 Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    Thank you for the shares. :)
    Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    02/10/2016 #4 Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    #1 #2 Thank you for reading and commenting. I originally wrote this as a joint effort contribution for a fellow WordPress blogger and felt it added to a worthwhile cause.
    David B. Grinberg
    02/10/2016 #3 David B. Grinberg
    @Franci Eugenia Hoffman: Thanks for sharing this buzz. I always say the following about age: 1) Age is just a number. 2) it's not the number of years in one's life, but the life in those years. 3) Like a fine wine, I like to think we all improve with time.
    Andrew Porter
    02/10/2016 #2 Anonymous
    Wonderful @Franci Eugenia Hoffman as the sayings go you are as young as you feel or like wine one gets better with age, thanks for posting.
    Richard Buse
    02/10/2016 #1 Richard Buse
    Delightful, @Franci Eugenia Hoffman. Thanks for sharing. While I miss some aspects of my youth, I would not trade the appreciation and perspective I've gained for anything I've lost.
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