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“Weeping Underwater Looks a Lot Like Laughter”: Strange Title, Promising Debut

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By: Sleep Sunshine Michael J. White’s first novel begins, “On our debut night in Des Moines, Nicholas Parsons murdered a high school senior in the hotel room directly beneath us.  The following morning… Continue reading

500 Club (6/24)

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Another Thursday, another 500 Club. The rules remain the same. 1. Write 500 words based on one of the two prompts. 2. Post it to your blog. 3. Copy the first couple of… Continue reading

Trusting the Process and Yourself

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By: Sleep Sunshine For those of you who do not know, this summer I am performing a complete rewrite on my upcoming novel The Rainbow Child.  At the end of last summer I… Continue reading

What Does A Writer Look Like? A Sleep Sunshine Contest (Part 1 of How Ever Many It Takes…)

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By: Sleep Sunshine Image is everything. I don’t know who I heard that from, but it’s true, especially in the Modern Marketplace.  And (fortunately or unfortunately, depending on how you look at, and… Continue reading

The Gentleman in 114, Part III

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For Part I, click HERE. For Part II, click HERE. “The Gentleman in 114″ Part III By: Sleep Sunshine She noticed the lighting right away.  But could hear the rumble of thunder and… Continue reading

3 Things Sleep Sunshine is Geeked Out About…

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By: Sleep Sunshine 1) WHO DID FRAME ROGER RABBIT? Okay, so my first one is a throw-back, I’ll admit it.  An oldie-but-a-greatie.  Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (based on the series of novels by… Continue reading

500 Club (5/13/2010)

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It’s Thursday, and you know what that means… The 500 Club! This week Sleep Sunshine is leading y’all, and if you’re a regge to our confessional (you bad bad creative-type, you) then you… Continue reading

On Therapy and Artistic Immortality…On a Tuesday, At That

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Good morning, Confession-ees!  I’m confessing today from strange places and times.  Tuesday morning.  Not my usual day. You might be thinking: WTF, him again, we know to avoid PLC on Sundays as to… Continue reading

Blessed Mother’s Day: An Excuse

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Those of you who clicked here expecting Michael James Greenwald’s usual Sunday confessional, he apologizes, but due to his obligation to Mother, he will be unable to formulate his discourse today, because Mother… Continue reading

It Has To Be Good; Really, Really, Really Good: An Important Point to Make About Your “Babies”

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By: Michael James Greenwald Last Sunday I talked about Richard Nash and highlighted a segment he did on the Bob Edward’s Show, where he talked about the future of publishing and the limitless… Continue reading

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