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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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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 its 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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The $1,000 Money Trick was my first book on Amazon. I have self-published three information books on Amazon. If only I had thought about info book marketing first. My...
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A budded rose stem On thin branch in course sand It shrinks under sun A gingham maid pours water Rushing down onto the crown Glass beads dot petals Dripping into the...
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One hundred twelve in the bright florescent midnight shade I bumble through a weary crowd marching down The Strip beside dancing neon, drunken girls, and gold...
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In the mirage, ripples rise before my eyes The standing noon sun heat dries Beads of salt sweat on my forehead Leaving me heatstroke weak as I tread In the ravine, a...
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Finished a walk at 7:30 this morning and the temperature already reached 93 and will reach 114 this evening. Already hot and oppressive. A Raver asked me for some...
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Voice One: "The big highway interchange in Mission Valley was designed by the grandfather." Voice Two: "I doubt it." Voice One: "He surveyed the whole thing and figured...
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Been off taking care of other things and not writing. I missed the keyboard! I thought it would be a good idea to sit down and type. Fair warning: none of this may...
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I toured the Edgar Allan Poe House and Museumand left thinking Poe hit his head a lot and this caused melancholia and stress. Seriously, if a guy standing 5'10" fails...
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