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Michael S. Sommermeyer writes fast fiction, observations, poetry, mysteries, fantasies, and science fiction. He focuses on oddities, unbelievable facts, strange phenomenon, discoveries, and the people who wander uneven worlds. He ponders the dreams of mythmakers and explores what the every person dreams about. He writes fiction for http://wordsmithholler.com and has written scientific and technical writing for a number of magazines.

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In my latest newsletter I muse about writer's block, review a new TV Western, and give away my latest novella. All in a day's work! You can join the newsletter here: ©...
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He dug into the rock face deeper with his right hand while he swung his left hand up to meet it. He now hung over the gorge too tired to pull himself up and too centered...
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The middle refrain from Cantata Nº 208 played over a loudspeaker in the barn. The sheep fidgeted in the corner taking turns climbing on each other's backs. A line of...
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As soon as he said it, a huge gust of wind ripped the roof off the clinic like it was a sardine can and the doctor, sheriff, and the deputy were sucked out in a violent...
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Summer banquet never endWe long for your taste embraceAlas, the fresh baskets now shallowAs the garden planters go fallowOur winter dreams recall summerWhen we ate all...
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The truck belched through the stall as the driver pushed into the lowest gear and rolled at a burrow's pace as a parade of cars followed.The post Heat and Tension on...
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  After sixty steps, he decided he made a bad choice to leave the car to photograph Joshua trees in the Nevada desert. He wanted a swallow of the water sitting in the...
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A small place always needs a guy willing to do the stuff no one else will do, and well, I am that guy. My name is Jake Rutledge and I am a handyman.The post Jake...
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She found it! She found the lost Dutchman Mine. The crowd drew around the piano to see what was on the paper. It was a drawing of a map and the words, "Superstition...
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A hot bullet seared through flesh Blood poured down marking his collar Bullets rained down from high thresh Surprising and stinging in death sprawler Blood poured down...
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On Oct 1, I woke in Dallas at 3 a.m. before my flight back to Las Vegas. Picking the morning flight over the red eye became a battle of trying to sleep in a too soft bed...
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This audio recording of the Gift of the Magi relates a timeless short story of a young married couple and how they learn the true meaning of Christmas. In the story, a...
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You may not have written your book yet, but it’s time to get started building a pre-launch buzz and get your face known and connected with your topic. We'll do much of...
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7 Kick-Ass Ways to Market Your Self-Published Book Free Webinar, August 9, 2017 at 12 pm PST | 3 pm EST This webinar will take a deep look at how to sell more copies and...
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You wrote the book because you wanted people to read it. Well, now, let's not get too excited! Seriously, why write it if no one will ever read it? What if I could give...
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