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Green Regol

Green Regol

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About Me

Green Regol, author of “Forgive the Monster,” hails from Pennsylvania and is a recent graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design, making it out alive with a Bachelors Degree in Dramatic Writing. Now stage, screen and paper are all a means of storytelling waiting to be repeatedly manhandled.
Regol often jumps from genre to genre, though leans toward anything with a fantasy and/or romance facet. Each story carries a message if one knows where to look.
A self-proclaimed social media activist, Regol understands that most people don’t learn anything via Facebook debate, but through context. In putting characters in situations relevant to current/ongoing conversations, Regol hopes to provide such context so that, maybe, readers may walk away from the reading experience all the wiser. At the very least, they may walk away entertained.


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Posted 5 Years Ago


Hi Green Regol

I hope your week was a good one. How was college this week?

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Posted 5 Years Ago


You create a boombox with your mind
like everything else that you want.
, But nice of you to mention it, I`ll keep
it in mind.

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Posted 5 Years Ago


It`s awwfully quiet in here

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Good Morning

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Good Night

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Good Night wherever you are.

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Good Morning

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----It is your mind-------
that creates this world
Buddha had a point or two and wasn`t shy about telling
us what it was about.
This sums up life. If you think it, that is the way your life
will be. We could write a book about that simple line.
----- John

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Posted 5 Years Ago


you're the only internet friend i ever miss or care to check up on. consider yourself loved.
-aaron.

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Posted 5 Years Ago


There is one possible reason for having a lot
of friends on writerscafe. Some think that
the more friends you have the better your
chances of being reviewed frequently.
I do not believe that to be true, but some do.
I think that if you review me , you get reviewed.
----- Eag;e Cruagh