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Fantasy Writer Megan Haskell – STS -108

Legend has it, Megan was born with a book in her hands. When she was a kid, her mom would ground her from reading in order to get her to do her chores. Megan’s dad — also an avid reader — introduced her to Tolkien in her late elementary years, and she never looked back. Megan loves escaping to worlds where magic and monsters are real, especially stories with kick-butt heroines and dangerously attractive heroes. Nowadays, Megan is a stay-at-home-mom who prefers a good story over doing the dishes. She live in Southern California with her wonderfully supportive husband, two daughters, and a ridiculously energetic dog. You’ll find Megan squinting at her computer screen late at night, spinning her own fantasy adventures in those precious few hours when the house is quiet. Megan is the author of the Amazon Best Selling series, The Sanyare Chronicles, and Program Director for O.C. Writers, A Network of Published and Aspiring Authors. In this podcast Megan shares why and how she started writing, how she built the world she writes about, and how she sets her priorities.

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Can We Live Human Life Gracefully

Have you ever asked yourself if it was possible to live human life gracefully? I remember discussing this idea with a friend way back in the early 1970’s. At the time, we both lived on Park Place in Venice, CA. It wasn’t the Park Place of Monopoly; it was the opposite. We were all working hard to make ends meet, each in our own way. The best part of living there was the neighborhood community. My friend shared her washer and dryer located in a shed in their back yard. Joanne and I had little children, and we often discussed life while watching the kids run up and down the court while my clothes were in the wash. Together we lamented that our lives were mostly about maintenance. Clean the house, wash the dishes, round up the kids, make another meal, weed the garden, do the laundry and then start[...]

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