Flight diverted to the land of the talking: A one-act science fiction play

“Sir, we just came in from Seattle and our iPhones won’t work. Would you mind if I borrow yours for a minute?” “What’s an iPhone?”

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Courtrooms, Cartridges, and Campfires

Courtrooms, Cartridges, and Campfires is about the colorful characters Wayne Anthony Ross met, like The Balloon Man, and his adventures.

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Pieces of Me: Rescuing My Kidnapped Daughters

Lizbeth Meredith’s memoir, Pieces of Me: Rescuing My Kidnapped Daughters is a tale of how domestic violence escalates after victims leave.

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“Baker University” prepares to launch Fall semester course syllabus

Here are the course descriptions under Human Interaction (HI) for those interested in learning how to interact with other human beings.

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Harmony

If I want to convey a message of harmony, I need to carefully choose words that compliment the imagery I strive to portray for the reader.

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How to Right Good

I believe more people writing about the things that are important in our lives is enriching for all. So does my editor.

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Kudos instead of criticism are gestures that pay forward

My mother would order their hard pretzels in the large, five gallon can. “Best pretzels in the world,” my mom would declare.

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Tools for Retaining Service Members and Veterans

While it can be daunting, employers can create workspaces that are conducive to hiring and retaining Service members and Veterans.

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Friends

To see if someone is at home, we might reach out by telephone, or e-mail, just to stay in touch; But Facebook “friends?” Not so much.

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Thank You for Your Service: The Effort Behind the Words

“Thank you for your service.” We’ve all heard the words, we might have even said them ourselves. While thanking a Service member for his or her service to our country is a nice gesture, many individuals and organizations do not understand or know how to provide meaningful thanks beyond kind words or a Military discount.

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