I hope that you will be celebrating with us this month. We have published 20 issues of From A Writers POV!!!!
In honor of the 20 Celebrations, we are running an event this month. "The Best Synopsis" Each week this month, we will feature a new writer and their synopsis. YOU get the opportunity to vote for each writer. Your votes will determine the winner at the end of the month.
This Week we are featuring: Cynthia Brooks. Vote for her synopsis here:… Continue
Added by Dominique on May 30, 2009 at 22:32 —
Do you have a book signing, release party, speaking engagement or some type of event coming up? If so, From A Writers POV wants to do an interview & ad with you about your event. This feature is only $10 for your ad & interview. Your ad & interview will be on our magazine for one full edition for the month you choose. You must have an event going on in the month you choose.…
From A Writers POV is looking to sign up articles writers for our magazine. We are looking for dedicated writers to become apart of our POV family to submit articles on various topics.. If you are interested in submitting articles please read our guidelines carefully here.
I'm sleepy. I think President Obama made a great decision and picked Sonia Sotomayor to serve as justice on the United States Supreme Court. I've done some work on my main blog, http://luckyrooster.net as well as my other blogs so maybe why I'm feeling a little weary. Hope all of you have a blessed week.
Added by David Rosser on May 26, 2009 at 20:30 —
The world has no need for another weakling.
Another person dragged down by life and trial and circumstance to the point that they simply will not. Will not move, will not stand, will night fight, will not try, will not live and will not be strong. Never mind the fact that there are so many looking at them.
Have you ever taken the time to look about you and see how many eyes are on you? How many of those eyes are of people looking to you for strength and as an example?
There are… Continue
Just got back in.and feel a little tired and energized at the same moment. I'm energized from a biography I'm reading again. A week or two ago I ended up watching "Cadillac Records" one Sunday afternoon. Even with all the mistakes, the movie kept me interested because I'm a guitar player and remember listening to old Muddy Waters records a long time ago. I've still got bootlegs of him live and so I'm reading his bio once again and digging thru old LPs. The story telling aspect is one thing I've… Continue
Added by David Rosser on May 22, 2009 at 23:00 —
I would like to invite everyone to come check out my Free short story Propositioned. You will love Kristina and Robert's story.
Kristina Ward is looking for a fresh start. She has just gotten out of a relationship with a married man who also had children. She would have never guess a woman as intelligent as her would miss the warning signs of his deception. But she had. There was nothing like a heartbreak to make a woman reevaluate her life. Too bad… Continue
Been on a conference call with the Obama Campaign as we ramp up health care reform. Went out for a long walk this afternoon down a gravel road. Found a dead snake and have no idea how it died or what kind it was. I just moved a little more to the middle of the road away from the weeds along the ditch bank. Fed the cats some leftover chicken and dumplins' and they are so happy right now just stretched out on an old throw rug in the backyard. Talk to ya'll later.
Added by David Rosser on May 21, 2009 at 19:50 —
The cold spell began to lift this afternoon. I think I'm making progress and will be writing me a list of must-do activities just so I can jog my memory. On the political front, the health care debate heats up. I'm completely behind a single-payer system because I know that the insurance industry has run health care for way too long and they don't deserve a seat at the negotiation table. It's time for a fresh, liberal approach which will enable all of us to have affordable health care in this… Continue
Added by David Rosser on May 20, 2009 at 19:30 —
I didn't realize how cool it has turned. You folks up north go ahead and chuckle. The temperature dropped into the low 50s and now is about 55 F. The forecast predicts lows tonight in the 40s. A little cool for South Carolina this time of year.
Added by David Rosser on May 18, 2009 at 13:23 —