My Den

My prayer

Hello!!! Happy Wednesday. I didn’t have anything much to share since past few days but just a day has passed beginning the month of July and I am glad and thankful for the life I have now;

Pray for all those who are in tears and suffering irrespective of the circumstance or the cause and reasons maybe;

Join me in boosting my thoughtful prayer.

Authors Interviews

My Conversation with Author Martin Kloess

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Tell us a little more about yourself?

I have lived a long and truly remarkable life. I joke about how I lived other people’s dreams. I came to San Francisco, from Germany at the age of 6. My plans were to become a music teacher. I earned my BA degree at San Francisco State College. Somehow I found myself working for an oil company. They sent me to the San Francisco Academy of Arts to learn graphic arts for the printing field. This all lead to a job with almost limitless creative potential.

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My Den

Instincts of an inspiring writer as Author

Being a writer and author are two extreme ends with the only possible similarity of writing.

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Authors Interviews

My conversation with Jonathan Geffner {Author & Ventriloquist}

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Tell us a little more about yourself?

I have been a (mostly full-time) professional ventriloquist for the past twenty eight years. I’m also a pianist, screenwriter, martial artist, Yiddish teacher/translator and single dad to two teenage daughters whose myriad talents dwarf mine.

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Authors Interviews

My conversation with Author Ann Marie Zagorianos

 

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Tell us a little more about yourself?

My name is Ann Marie Zagorianos. I was born in Alexandria, Egypt and grew up in the Sudan. I come from Rhodes in Hellas, where I live.
I teach English. I love children and I know they love me, too. If only we, adults could listen to what they have to say, I am sure life would have been a lot better. I fight hard to retain the child in me.

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