Arthur Swan’s Five Favorites of 2021

Dear Readers, If you’ve finished The Encanto and are looking for something to read while you’re waiting for LA FOG part two, Wayob’s Revenge, to come out next year, here are my five favorites of the books I’ve read in 2021: 5. The Guardians – John Grisham. A rich story that sheds light on a […]

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The Secret to Writing in Two Simple Steps

How do you write? It’s a question often asked of writers and one we love to answer because we each have our different opinions. Many swear by an outline while some write beginning to end one page at a time. Stephen King once said, “Outlines are the last resource of bad fiction writers who wish […]

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Strange Cravings

It’s amazing how much has changed in the weeks since my last article in which I wrote about how fast COVID-19 was spreading and how policy makers weren’t taking it seriously. Since then, the number of deaths doubled every week. The problem became impossible to ignore. Government officials reacted, thankfully, better late than never. But […]

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Why I’m Afraid of COVID-19, and Why I Go On Living

Skimming through recent headlines, COVID-19 sounds like the beginning of the end, the apocalypse approaching. It feels like we’re on the precipice of a pandemic that will shape human history, for those who survive. But our president says it’s no big deal, and then to reassure us, he put his top man on the case, […]

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