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Review of ‘A World Unimagined’

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Originally posted on Charles Ray's Ramblings:
When well written, fiction stirs the imagination, and often contains more truth than the most assiduously researched piece of nonfiction. Science fiction asks the reader to…

Washington DC Area – Second Day of Spring, 2018

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Originally posted on Charles Ray's Ramblings:
March 21, 2018, the second official day of spring, and here’s the view I have from my kitchen and family rooms in North Potomac, must outside…

How I Write: Roll with the Flow

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Originally posted on Charles Ray's Ramblings:
We humans love to label things. Writers are no exception, either. Take writing habits, for example, we label writers as either those who diligently map out…

Veterans’ Day with Paul Berry on Home and Family Finance Show

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‘Vixen’ Nominated for 2017 Readers Choice Award

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Originally posted on Charles Ray's Ramblings:
  I am excited to announce that my historical novel, Vixen, has been nominated for the 2017 Readers Choice Award in the Historical Fiction category. Please go…

WHY DO AT LEAST 67% OF AMERICANS DISRESPECT TRUMP? by Art Smukler, author & psychiatrist

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Originally posted on INSIDE THE MIND OF A PSYCHIATRIST:
I have never witnessed the level of disrespect for the president of the United States that Americans and foreigners have for Trump. No one…

How to get me to review your book

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Originally posted on Charles Ray's Ramblings:
When I converted this blog from a catch-all for my mental meanderings to primarily a book review blog, with an emphasis on books by indie authors,…

The solar eclipse wows the Big Apple

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Viewing the August 21, 2017 solar eclipse on Park Avenue, NYC>

You can now subscribe to my new author site

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Originally posted on Charles Ray's Ramblings:
After a lot of tinkering, I was finally able to add a Subscribe button to my new site, charlesray-author.com. The bad news is, it’s at the…

New Western Series for Younger Readers

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Originally posted on Charles Ray's Ramblings:
Outlaw Publishers, a small publisher based in Texas, has just published the second book in the Daniel’s Journey series, western stories for younger readers. The first, Wagon’s…