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The Trees Were Singing: Chapter 1 By Richard Marcus
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The spirits and gods we created in the old days are dying out. As humanity stops believing in them they stop existing. Unfortunately as the nature spirits die so do the beings they represent: the... More > trees, the water and the air we breath will all cease to exist if something doesn't happen and soon. Its up to two humans, Tom and Rianna, along with the personafication of the male elemental energy (the horned god)to rescue life. But first they have to overcome their own troubled pasts. Can they resurect long forgotten beliefs and unite the male and female energies one last time? If not the world is doomed to darkness and dust.< Less
The Trees Were Singing:Chapter 2 By Richard Marcus
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The second chapter in the book The Trees Were Singing
The Trees Were Singing: Chapter 5 By Richard Marcus
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Chapter Five in the serialization of The Trees Were Singing. In this chapter Puck has a conversation with some trees about life and stuff.
NaNoWriMo Notes By Richard Marcus
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A series of articles chronicalling the author's experiences during the National Novel Writing Month contest and beyond. Bringing a book from idea to final draft. "Take a look inside the mind of... More > a writer at work. Richard Marcus offers personal and insightful reflections as he drafts his first novel, a brave undertaking for any of us." Robert Scott: Author The Hickory Staff and Lessek's Key< Less
The Trees Were Singing: Chapter 1 By Richard Marcus
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The spirits and gods we created in the old days are dying out. As humanity stops believing in them they stop existing. Unfortunately as the nature spirits die so do the beings they represent: the... More > trees, the water and the air we breath will all cease to exist if something doesn't happen and soon. Its up to two humans, Tom and Rianna, along with the personafication of the male elemental energy (the horned god)to rescue life. But first they have to overcome their own troubled pasts. Can they resurect long forgotten beliefs and unite the male and female energies one last time? If not the world is doomed to darkness and dust.< Less
Truth In Art: Viggo Mortensen's Coincidence of Memory By Richard Marcus
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A review of Viggo Mortensen's collection of Poetry, Photographs, and paintings.
NaNoWriMo Notes By Richard Marcus
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A series of articles chronicalling the author's experiences during the National Novel Writing Month contest and beyond. Bringing a book from idea to final draft. "Take a look inside the mind of... More > a writer at work. Richard Marcus offers personal and insightful reflections as he drafts his first novel, a brave undertaking for any of us." Robert Scott: Author The Hickory Staff and Lessek's Key< Less
Voices Of Creation: Interviews & Reviews By Richard Marcus
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A collection of interviews with some of the people I've talked to about Art and creation at Leap In The Dark. With each interview I've included reviews of either their latest work(s) or their most... More > important to me "It draws on people from across the world and, with Richard's sound skills as interviewer and reviewer, they speak with voices well worth hearing." James Barclay Author of Ascendants of Esotrea< Less
NaNoWriMo Notes By Richard Marcus
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A series of articles chronicalling the author's experiences during the National Novel Writing Month contest and beyond. Bringing a book from idea to final draft. "Take a look inside the mind of... More > a writer at work. Richard Marcus offers personal and insightful reflections as he drafts his first novel, a brave undertaking for any of us." Robert Scott: Author The Hickory Staff and Lessek's Key< Less
The Trees Were Singing:Chapter 2 By Richard Marcus
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The second chapter in the book The Trees Were Singing