Children’s Author Brings Love of Space to Young Readers

There’s something captivating about space exploration that ignites the imagination. I felt it as a child watching Star Trek, and it’s evident in the public interest in the ISS, NASA,

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This month marks the 50-year anniversary of the classic Star Trek series.  The story of the starship Enterprise, first envisioned by Gene Roddenberry, and its five-year mission to “explore new

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Today, The Writing Well features a movie review of the final Hunger Games’ movie, Mockingjay – Part 2, which opened over the weekend with an estimated $101 million in North

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I attended my fourth Dragon*Con this past weekend after a two-year hiatus and it didn’t disappoint. The event – dubbed “the wildest geek convention on the planet” by TripAdvisor –

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By Anne Wainscott-Sargent Every month starting in November through March, Naples, Florida, book lovers are treated to the insights of Elaine Newton, creator of the Critic’s Choice book club. This

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Every Thursday in October The Writing Well will celebrate the storytelling journey of my clients and partners as part of a month-long observance of my firm’s 14-year anniversary. Today, as

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Yesterday I watched the final installment of Stephenie Meyer’s vampire-human-werewolf love saga with my friends. Okay, I’ll admit I sneaked a peek the morning before at my favorite cineplex that

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  Sixty-eight years ago this month Joseph Stalin began the expulsion and murder of East German people in what has now become known as the Ethnic German Genocide. In fact,

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  Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss in THE HUNGER GAMES. Photo credit: Murray Close   Watching “The Hunger Games” on DVD this weekend made me think where I was one week

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In talking with Faith Morgan, granddaughter of Dayton engineering visionary Arthur Morgan, for my historical novel, I was impressed with how she is keeping her grandfather’s legacy alive. Arthur Morgan

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