Question of the Hour Presents: Author Marc Watson

Happy Wednesday everyone! Today I present an awesome and in-depth ‘Question of the Hour’ interview by a fellow author and blogger.

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“A dark, comical acid trip with death as your guide.”An outstanding job on mixing everyday life with the unknown. An enjoyable read filled with humor and emotion. You will surely enjoy the trip. -My review of Death Dresses Poorly

Another outstanding author that has done me the gracious pleasure of answering my random questions about writing. Here is Marc Watson.

Why do you write?

The short, sexy writer answer is that I write to get the stories in my head into your hands so that we can go on this journey together. The more realistic answer is that I get bored easily and need to fill the time. The truth is somewhere in between.

What do you get out of it?

There is a certain satisfaction to having my written creation be something that someone else wants to willingly consume, which is a fantastic feeling.

I also enjoy showing…

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Question of the Hour Presents: Author Neil Christiansen

Hello friends, today I present an awesome ‘Question of the Hour’ interview by a fellow author and blogger.

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I present you with the latest victim of my random questions author Neil Christiansen.

‘Neil Christiansen has a way with words and imagery that pulls you into the gritty underworld of Chicago, in his modern noir thriller Dark White. Dynamic characters finding their way through the gray landscape of morality. Hold on it’s quiet the ride.’ -My Review of Dark White

Why do you write?
Everyone asks this question and I don’t really understand it. I don’t think people ask singers why they sing or bricklayers why they lay bricks. I write because I’m compelled to. I have stories in my head and they belong on paper. I hope people read them and like them, but even if they don’t I still have to write them.

What do you get out of it?
At the moment I get pride and my own satisfaction. I also get grief from my family…

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‘A Diary in the Age of Water’ by Nina Munteanu – Review

Hello friends, today I am re-blogging a review of an epic book that was probably the most important read of 2020 for me. Enjoy!

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A truly important once in a generation read that flows like a wild river right through your imagination and heart.

This captivating book doesn’t hold back in presenting readers with the potentially damning path humanity is going to take and how we might lose our most important resource; water. You’ll find the subject of water flowing everywhere in a story that is sometimes heart wrenching but also wonderfully informing, it’s metaphoric, symbolic and even a character.

Everything that surrounds the subject of water or limnology as it’s technically defined has been woven into a wonderfully researched plethora of information and fiction. Fact and fiction merge flawlessly in this story that takes readers on a dramatic and eye opening voyage. Just what will this planet be like after our footprint has done all the damage it can do? Well that’s how this story starts in what appears to be a far…

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Re-blog: This blog has been nominated for the Liebster Award!

Hello friends, today marks an important anniversary. Its 2 years since this blogging effort got nominated for an award so I thought I would re blog what was a pinnacle turning point. We haven’t had many nominations over the years so it’s worth celebrating….

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I can happily announce that this rather small blogging operation has been nominated for an award!

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First and foremost I humbly accept and let me take this opportunity to say thank you to the Thinking Moon Blog for the nomination. This is the first time my writing efforts have ever been recognized in any way, it truly does mean a lot but this award nomination isn’t all about me (begrudgingly moves away from the spotlight…)

As well as being the rules of my nomination (more on that in a bit) it is my duty to say something about the fellow blogger who nominated me. The Thinking Moon Blog  contains a huge and diverse amount of content categories from sustainability articles all the way to Buffy the Vampire Slayer stuff (my favorite category). You can also find more Thinking Moon content via the tweet machine and Instagram. The word on…

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Words stacked against me…

Happy November folks, how about a Sunday re-blog and yep this one describes my current writing endeavours, this whole deal goes round in circles sometimes…

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It feels like the words are stacked against me, 

Get this done and maybe I’ll be free,

Right now the ending I cannot see. 

Miles of words to go until I can end this show,

Forward is the only way I know how to go, 

How I’ll actually get there, not even I know… 

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