A Story In Song (Part 3—Ben Harper)

Ben Harper Never Leave Lonely Alone

This is post 3 of 11 in the series “A Story In Song”   I have a story in my book Pieces Like Pottery—”The Gravesite: The Fifth Sorrowful Mystery”—in which I experimented with a number of different literary devices. More and more readers have begun to notice one of the devices more regularly.  In addition to breaking the […]

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A Story In Song (Part 2—Kings of Leon)

Kings of Leon Cold Desert

This is post 2 of 11 in the series “A Story In Song” I have a story in my book Pieces Like Pottery—”The Gravesite: The Fifth Sorrowful Mystery”—in which I experimented with a number of different literary devices. More and more readers have begun to notice one of the devices more regularly.  In addition to breaking the story […]

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A Story In Song (Part 1—Tom Waits)

Tom Waits Hold On

“Well you build it up you wreck it down, and you burn your mansion to the ground. When there’s nothing left to keep you here, when you’re falling behind in this big blue world.”

As I sit here preparing for a twenty-mile trip that’ll take an hour and a half because of traffic, I’m struck by how much the little things are what make up a man’s life. Each event that happens and each reaction a man has to an event influence the course of his life.

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A Madman’s Lectures on Humanity by Nicholas Powell

Indie Poetry

  I am excited that Nothing Any Good can be utilized as a platform not only for assisting writers throughout the writing process and promoting their works, but also as a platform to explore new works from up-and-coming authors. I don’t believe writing should always be done in a vacuum. Having a community with whom to share essays, […]

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Happily Ever After by Marjorie Owen

happily ever after

I am excited that Nothing Any Good can utilized as a platform, not only for assisting writers throughout the writing process and promoting their works, but also as a platform to explore new works from up-and-coming authors. Despite what some might think, I don’t believe writing should always be done in a vacuum. Having a community with whom […]

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