Why You’d Enjoy a Summer Journey to Native American Ancient Sites

  A summer journey to the ancient Native American sites around the country will be an enriching experience for you. You’ll gain a deeper understanding of the history of the United States. Since it’s estimated that Native Americans that the First Nations ancestor crossed the Bering Strait over 12,000 years ago. Native Americans are rich…

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Why do authors like trains? Here are some exciting discoveries.

“I like trains. I like their rhythm, and I like the freedom of being suspended between two places, all anxieties of purpose taken care of: for this moment, I know where I am going.” Stasiland: Stories from Behind the Berlin Wall by Anna Funder       Jessica Gross delves into why writers like trains…

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Get outdoors to stay healthy, happy, and hopeful.

As Paulo Coelho says, “It’s the simple things in life that are most extraordinary.” And that’s what nature is for you. It gives you spectacular gifts. Open a door, walk outside, and soak up nature. It’s incredible to discover how many great beautiful gifts we receive when we take an excursion in the natural state.…

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Increase your creativity with a journey to ancient civilizations

“Leonardo da Vinci travels to the Holy Land to uncover a secret that has shaped the fate of all civilizations.” ― Amerigo Consta, Codex: The Origin of Thought             During this period, with extra time at home, you have an excellent opportunity to discover new worlds and expand your creativity. You may…

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Why Writers Need Surprises and how to find them.

“Magic is the stunning art of surprising your audience so that nothing else surprises them.” ― Amit Kalantri           Surprises are the secret sauce for cooking up great novels. If you’re wondering about how and why to add surprises in your writing,the following authors give insight into the reasons for the…

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3 Travel Books to inspire writers to soar like Ann Patchett

“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.”  Henry Miller               If you’re dreaming of becoming a writer or if you’re a polished, established author, you may feel empty of new ideas or inspiration.  In either situation, are you struggling for that sparkle of…

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