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Words at Play-A look inside the Nimrod Writer’s Confrence

By: Savannah Thorne
“If you are writing without zest, without gusto, without live, without fun, you are only half a writer. It means you are so busy keeping one eye on the commercial market, or one ear peeled for the avant-garde coterie, that you are not being yourself. For the first thing a writer should be is–excited. He should be a thing of fevers and enthusiasms.”-Ray Bradbury

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Jingle Bells

By: Bill The Butcher
Poor Kid, on top of everything else, he had all this fear – of darkness and of closed spaces and of this and that and whatnot. A fear, of all things, of Santa Claus.

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The Benefit of Holiday Legends and Stories

By:Dharmacharya Gurudas Śunyatananda
Throughout the past 5,000 years, there have been more than 25 stories and sacred legends of saviours — all born to a virgin mother, all sons of gods, and almost all crucified and resurrected. It’s an allegorical motif that represents the importance of a particular character in a particular culture, or in the world.

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