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  • Brainwashed - Crime Travelers Series by Paul Aertker

    Brainwashed – Crime Travelers Series by Paul Aertker

    Brainwashed – Crime Travelers Series by Paul Aertker: teacher, author, and world traveler.  I met Paul through twitter over a year ago.  While vacationing in Missoula, Montana, Paul took the extra effort to meet me last summer.  We met at a local coffee shop, Liquid Planet, face to face.  Paul helped me to realize that […]

  • Quilt Speak

    Quilt Speak

    Quilt Speak I am packing my duffle for the weekend and awaiting my ride 80 miles to the north—somewhere north of Polson, Montana—with Jane, a woman I have only met through email. Jeans, t-shirts, Griz sweatshirt, underwear, socks, computer, bottle of wine, homemade gingersnaps, and homework go into the bag. I think hard about where […]

  • 2013 Year of the Indie Film Surge

    2013 Year of the Indie Film Surge

    2013 Year of the Indie Film Surge -  by Jade Waddy from Mutinee – The Independent Film Network For Filmmakers 2013 saw quite a few amazing sites in the film industry, but nothing compared to the surge in independent film. Several indie films made it to the big screen with extremely large profits and all […]

  • Tennyson E. Stead Filming with Collective Focus

    Tennyson E. Stead Filming with Collective Focus

    Tennyson E. Stead  – Filming with Collective Focus The original Blog Hop started with only writers revealing their creative writing process.  Yet, my mind journeyed into the creative process of screenwriters and filmmakers. I  wanted to learn more from them, to glean from their experience and discover their creative taps.   I decided to ask […]

  • Tybee Diskin - Creating Real and Wanting to Find It

    Tybee Diskin – Creating Real and Wanting to Find It

    Tybee Diskin – Creating Real and Wanting to Find It  – The original Blog Hop started with only writers revealing their creative writing process.  Yet, my mind journeyed into the creative process of screenwriters and filmmakers. I  wanted to learn more from them, to glean from their experience and discover their creative taps.   I […]

  • Casey Ryan's Cutting Room Floor April Lineup

    Casey Ryan’s Cutting Room Floor April Lineup

    Casey Ryan -  Cutting Room Floor April Lineup – Casey  started April out with his last Friday night show on the Talkshoe platform. He did a 2 hour marathon – 4 interviews and 5 guests total. The lineup is featured on this post under previously recorded. It is going well for Casey on The MIXX […]

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  • Arizona: Serving up a New Era of Jim Crow

    Arizona: Serving up a New Era of Jim Crow

    Arizona: Serving up a New Era of Jim Crow – Arizona Discrimination Law  -  I’ve lived most of my life in fear, however, I made the choice to remain silent, for the most part. I was on a weekend news

    February 24, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Film is the Cure

    Film is the Cure

    Film is the Cure Guest Writer: Amy Wells It was nearly 25 years ago he first asked me, over a burger and fries in a local tavern on my lunch break, whether I had ever thought about having a thing

    January 27, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • 3 Questions Authors Should Ask About Creating Their Own Book Covers

    3 Questions Authors Should Ask About Creating Their Own Book Covers

    Should authors create their own book covers? Just answer 3 easy questions to find out. First, I’d like to thank you, Leisa, for inviting me to guest on your great blog. I’m both flattered and grateful. Q1. So, you’ve written

    January 23, 2014 | 6 comments | View Post

  • That Time I Quit Writing

    That Time I Quit Writing

    That time I quit writing… Have you ever given up on a dream? I don’t mean you had a bad few days, and decided you couldn’t do it, then when friends rallied around you with nice words of encouragement, and

    January 6, 2014 | 1 comment | View Post

  • The Spy In All Of Us

    The Spy In All Of Us

    The spy in all of us.  Have you ever caught yourself paying excessive attention to the way your neighbor cuts the grass? Or following his every move as he changes a tire? Have you often heard the word “observant” used

    December 15, 2013 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Poet Loren Kleinman - Raw

    Poet Loren Kleinman – Raw

    Poet Loren Kleinman, in raw form, answered a couple of questions for Indie It Press in regards to her books, her poetry and her passion.  I am entranced by this poet and her raw talent including, her undying support of

    November 11, 2013 | 3 comments | View Post

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  • Fishing Adventures in Man Camp

    Fishing Adventures in Man Camp

    Adventures In Man Camp Although fishing season seems far off from where I sit, I know spring is headed this way. And once again it will be time to think about fishing: the mental preparation required to locate my gear

    March 15, 2014 | 4 comments | View Post

  • Fall in the Pacific Northwest

    Fall in the Pacific Northwest

      Fall in the Pacific Northwest. It’s raining outside. Of course—some would say—this is Washington the Evergreen State. How do you think it stays this way? But I know it does not always rain here. September’s brilliance is just passing

    October 1, 2013 | 0 comments | View Post

  • The Fort Smith, Big Horn River Montana Chronicles

    The Fort Smith, Big Horn River Montana Chronicles

      The Fort Smith, Big Horn River, Montana Chronicles Part One Extended road trips, with uncertain agendas are rare and surprising. This month I found myself wandering between Ft. Smith, Missoula, Twin Bridges and Bozeman (Montana) for fly fishing, with

    September 16, 2013 | 1 comment | View Post

  • Etna Green, Indiana: America’s Heartland

    Etna Green, Indiana: America’s Heartland

    Etna Green, Indiana , a pretty little town of just under 600 inhabitants, sits along the south side of old Route 30, about 40 miles south of South Bend. Chicago is a distant thought, three hours to the northwest. The

    July 24, 2013 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Yakima River guide

    Love on the River, Fishing

    Love on the River I have a confession: I love to fish. I learned to cast to rising trout with a fly rod and a dry fly from a moving boat on the Yakima River, with Chuck Cooper, guide. I

    April 29, 2013 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Confessions of a Left Leaning Snowbird

    Confessions of a Left Leaning Snowbird

      by  Guest Contributor, Syl Lassman I’m a snowbird, sort of. Like most of my species I have the time and resources to flee winter. However, there are different sub-species. Most here share a common thread. They tend to be

    March 30, 2013 | 0 comments | View Post

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  • Indie Short Film Dead Metaphors

    Indie Short Film Dead Metaphors

    Indie short film, Dead Metaphors, needs you to help get it off the ground.  The film short is a dark literary drama about the destructive side of the creative process. One of the many things that makes this project special

    March 21, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Casey Ryan's Cutting Room Floor February Lineup

    Casey Ryan’s Cutting Room Floor February Lineup

    Casey Ryan’s Cutting Room Floor February Lineup: Sunday, Feb. 23 (12PM EST) – Filmmaker Mark Kirkland Mark Kirkland’s new films: A Letter From Home & The Moving Picture Co. 1914 This was an incredible, must listen to interview.  Casey just

    February 7, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Casey Ryan's Cutting Room Floor - January Lineup

    Casey Ryan’s Cutting Room Floor – January Lineup

      Casey Ryan’s Cutting Room Floor – January lineup includes talented authors, incredible comic creators and busy-at-work actors.  Catch it all here.  Remember’ “If you have a story to tell, or a project to sell” Casey wants to hear from

    January 6, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Casey Ryan and Leisa Greene Review 2013

    Casey Ryan and Leisa Greene Review 2013

    Casey Ryan and Leisa Greene Review 2013, where the third time really is a charm.   No apologies for the cliché, because we are going to air today, Monday, December 30th, at 9:00pm MST.   REALLY, we are!  Ice storms and outages along with soundboard issues stopped

    December 30, 2013 | 0 comments | View Post

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