Here's to 2010, and a new year filled with peace, love, health, prosperity, and happiness!
Let's see what 2010 brings....
Read my review of Mattie's book, Just Peace, co written with President Jimmy Carter.
Available at Amazon, Trade paper and for Kindle
“Hollywood is glitter and gutter. Some make it to the top and stay there, basking in the splendor of it, while others hit bottom and are engulfed by the ugliness of it.” ~Catherine Winter, Private Investigator
Jimmy Buffet sings, talks about his creativity: writing, music. His books have been at the top of the New York Times bestseller list in both fiction and non-fiction. We all know his music...how can one forget Margaritaville? His business ventures have been very successful with his restaurants.
He sounds good, looks good. I like his humor....
In the sky, there is no distinction of east and west; people create distinctions out of their own minds and then believe them to be true.
Most folks are as happy as they make up their minds to be. ~ Abraham Lincoln
Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything. ~ George Bernard Shaw
People's minds are changed through observation and not through argument. ~ Will Rogers
Peace Through Music, Playing for Change. A coming together through music created by Mark Johnson and developed by Mark and Jonathan Wells over the last four years with incredible talents from all over the world.
During the month of August the new DVD movie of Playing for Change is featured on the PBS channels. Check your listings for it. And visit the website Playing for Change.
This was recorded live at the Starbucks Leadership Conference in New Orleans featuring Grandpa Elliot of New Orleans and Clarence Bakker of Amsterdam, Netherlands and currently Spain, singing the late Sam Cooke’s incredible song, A Change is Gonna Come.
This interview of Barry Eisler is informative and inspirational for any writer or aspiring writer, or just a fan of his books and/or the art of writing.
Barry has written an interesting article, Dead Trees is a Dead Model, about his views on ebooks and the effects on the publishing industry now and in the future as a guest blogger on MJ Roses’ Buzz, Balls & Hype.
I read his blog also. It is not about writing (you can find that at this website) but is about his insightful look at politics and news items.