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Dane Kuttler Hardworking Poet

Dane Kuttler

It was Dane Kuttler who suggested we meet at the Seattle Public Library, one of the most original buildings in Seattle which happens to also be full of words. I would soon discover that Kuttler shares the exact same attributes. She was already there when I arrived, waiting outside the elevator with a smile and [...]

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Random Inspiration

Random Inspiration

When I was around 9 years old, my dad bought me a choose-your-own-adventure book. One of those where you read up to a certain point, then choose which way the story goes next, and every so often you may have to roll some dice and fight a monster. This book started a fascination that to [...]

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Passion and Opportunity

Choose a direction...

Are you and your passion going in the same direction? Is it taking you where you want to be? My passion happens to be telling stories. It began with writing, but after I had my first novel published and realized that making a living that way would be challenging to say the least, I added [...]

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Tiffani Jones Brown – Writing for the Web

Tiffani Jones, web writer

Tiffani talks like she writes, with sharpness and wit. She is a web writer, which was not what she had originally thought she would be spending her time on, back when she was in college. It wasn’t until she landed a job with Seattle based web design company Blue Flavor, that she truly discovered the [...]

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Paul Michel – Writing and Lost Treasure

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Paul Michel is a multi-talented man. His first novel, Houdini Pie, hits the shelves on April 10th 2010. The book is inspired by a true story, about the hunt for a legendary Hopi Indian treasure in the middle of Los Angeles, during the prohibition. He talks fast and while talking there is a look in [...]

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