Guest post by Shawn Dall, author of I AM GOD I get it – there is poverty in the world. We all see it, and we all feel guilty about it. We have all these resources in the world and some starve and we turn a blind eye because we really don’t know what to […]

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Illusion

27 November 2015

Guest post by nassim nakad, author of illusion In a world obsessed by paranoia and conspiracy theories, I find myself wondering about everything happening around me. From pictures captured on Mars to strange alien mega structure and passing by multiple UFO sights… The more I read the more I wonder, nothing make sense and what […]

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Those oh-so-easy answers

27 November 2015

Guest post by Anna Lindsay, author of Eden Undone I just found an email in my inbox, inviting me to submit a guest blog article. "How wonderful!" thought I, envisaging a timely opportunity to tell everyone about my novel’s forthcoming American release. But… hunger and poverty. Oh. What would you like me to say about […]

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Guest post by Claire Youmans, author of The Toki-Girl and the Sparrow-Boy Book 2 Chasing Dreams We, as Americans and others in privileged societies, waste terrible quantities of food each day. We buy too much. We toss leftovers. We clean refrigerators of all the produce we bought and didn’t eat. We grow science projects in […]

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Guest post by Dennis Kaminsky, author of Read and Teach About the ABC’s When we think of world hunger and poverty, we can see pictures in our minds of those frail bodies, large innocent eyes filled with hurt and tears, bulging stomachs, thin arms and legs, and general loss of hope. But hunger and poverty […]

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Guest post by Rebecca Monhollon, author of Mischief on the Mountain World hunger and poverty, these words evoke powerful images to the mind. We imagine starving children in other countries. Little boys and girls with big eyes and their bones sticking out. We see them cry and insects buzzing around them. We feel sorry for […]

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Children suffering from Poverty