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Reviving The Column - The Imperfection of Gayle Ann My first attempt at writing was as a columnist for the Millbrook Roundtable in New York.  It was called The Imperfection of Gayle Ann. My column was about hometown events, people and interesting things in our Village…but with a twist; Like toilet paper unknowingly stuck to one’s shoe or wearing the same dress as the Mayor’s wife at the Big Gala.  Gayle Ann’s attempts at ‘perfection’ were continually foiled by life - at every turn. While her real life blunders were embarrassing for her, Gayle Ann's readers delighted in her mis-adventures.  My new adventure as She...

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Tolstoy She Was Not! Those of us who are ‘Almost’Authors must think deeply about what we write, after all, the weight of the literary world is on our shoulders. We must have great imaginations which requires great thoughts. (Hmm…my minds a blank) Chocolate can be known to bring about marvelous ideas. (Two bars with almonds and still nothing).  A walk stimulates the blood which stimulates the mind. (It must take more than five miles) How did Tolstoy and Chekhov do it?  Hmmm -  I heard Green Tea has miraculous healing properties and can even create best-selling authors!  IT WORKED!   Chapter One…...

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Authors Conference On Beauty Please forgive me for Blogging while I'm putting the natural brown back in my hair.  I'm running late and I simply can't have gray roots when I stand before the hundreds of Beautiful Women at the Authors Conference on Beauty in less than an hour. Fortunately there was a drug store next to the hotel which carried Lady Clare All  - Dark Brown 2.0. Wait just a second... I have to pour in the hair dye and put these plastic gloves on.  Ok...as I was saying, I'm delighted to be chosen as a role model for beautiful 'Almost Authors' everywhere. All finished, now we...

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Cal Poly San Luis Obispo:'Student: Dorm Room 81A+/-xyz Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, the first of my two college Alma Maters, is quite fortunate not only to have 'Almost an Author' to claim as their very own, but 'Almost a Philosopher'.  It was in both these capacities I stopped by the University on my way up to San Francisco last month.   Since my mission was of a 'higher nature' (the passing on of a luminous torch of knowledge to others) I decided to present my Almost a Philosophical Work; The Seduktion of the Green Valley: Gold, Greed & Grapes to the Philosophy Department.  It...

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