BETA READERS AND COMPOSING PARTNER(s) WANTED

Wyrdwend

BETA READERS AND COMPOSING PARTNER(s) WANTED

I am in immediate need of Beta Readers for both my fictional and non-fictional writings. These writings will include everything from my fictional science fiction, fantasy, detective, mystery, espionage, military, historical fiction, thriller, regional (Southern Western, and frontier writings), and literary writings to my middle grade and young adult and children’s stories and books. Non fictional writings will include my essays, articles, scientific papers, religious writings, writings on Theurgy, detective work, some of my business plans, and books on a variety of subjects. Other materials might include song lyrics or entire song cycles (such as for an album) and poems or games or other such matters I have created.

Rewards for giving me useful feedback will include things like autographed copies of my books, advance copies of works, discounts on published works, free copies of works, advice on how to get published, information on…

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THE REASON WE ARE NOSTALGIC FOR THE TV AND FILMS OF OUR YOUTH

CrazyDiscoStu - A nerd blog

The reason we look back on the television shows and films of our youth with such fondness is rooted in much more than blissful nostalgia. It comes down to the simple premise that things were just better back then.
We live in a time of light speed information transfer where audiences need constant input to stay glued to the screen. Without this input our focus drifts away from what we’re viewing and onto another gadget or bit of tech. For instance – how many times have you picked up a phone or tablet during an episode or feature-length? I’d say there’s not an innocent one among you.
To say that visual media back then was “better” doesn’t really cut it though, does it? Last week i watched Roger Moore’s outing as James Bond in ‘For your eyes only’ – i use this as an example because it illustrates a real…

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