The Last Ronin

The Last Ronin

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Not to far out in the sticks, but deep in an everpresent gloominess, GA
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The Last Ronin has been writing short fiction off and on, mostly off, for the last decade. He grew up all over the united states first as a military brat, then as a military officer himself.

He has just recently branched into poetry, after resisting for years.


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Posted 8 Years Ago


Hi friend, I hope to see you back on the Cafe soon,
and posting your new inspirations ^_^
Kindest Regards, Michael

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Posted 13 Years Ago


Thanks for the review of "Rose Garden"

Kate

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Posted 13 Years Ago


Howdy Stranger!

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Posted 13 Years Ago




Wishing you and yours a safe and happy holiday!



-Melina

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Posted 13 Years Ago


Hi, Everyone:

I wish you a happy holidays and best wishes. I want to thank everyone for taking the time to look at my page, any reviews or comments. I am taking a semi-break and will be back in full force in January 2007.

Happy Holidays,
Scott Grant Eckert

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Posted 13 Years Ago


It's about time you gave me something new to read! Where have you been? I was beginning to feel downright chipper! Okay, that last part is a lie. ;)

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Posted 13 Years Ago


I don't know why you resisted poetry. You seem damn good at it.

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Posted 13 Years Ago


Good afternoon!


Have you heard of �mapping�? It is a technique, to develop fictional writing. Mostly used for story/novel writing, but it can also be applied to poetry. It is a great way to develop your creativity and find new sources of inspiration.

Underground Writers Network ~ Challenge #11

Have fun!

Love,


Val J.



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Posted 13 Years Ago


Good morning!

We had the pleasure of enjoying some wonderful pieces for the last challenge. Oxymorons can certainly be fun!

Now this week�s challenge is a little different.

As writers, we have to play many different roles to successfully market our works. From sales persons, to marketers, to advertisers we have to manage to develop a series of skills to promote our work and make sure someone gets to read it. I believe as writers, our ultimate goal is to have someone to �listen� to what we have to say.

What would you say if you had to sell a concept that people do not think about too often? Concepts that are embedded deep inside of us, and that as writers we usually ponder many times. How would you make someone �buy� them?

Underground Writers Network ~ Challenge #10

I hope you have fun and enjoy it.

Have a great day!

Love,


Val J.



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Posted 13 Years Ago


That is a wonderful entry. The piece is most enjoyable and not only it flows wonderfully, but it has a great message :)