Thoughts on Words

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AuthorHouse, Mar 20, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 80 pages
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This book is a collection of single words, commonly used every day, and how we relate to their definitions.  Experiences and/or observations of other people’s experiences have been interjected in order to elaborate and integrate a personal interpretation of the single word’s meaning.  For example, one of my words is “TOMORROW”. “Tomorrow” justifies that uncanny, unfounded notion that we will live “forever”.


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About the author (2006)

I was born in Orange, New Jersey many years ago and later moved to Hollywood, California where everyday living was like being on vacation. I now reside in Washington, DC where unlike California; vacations have a beginning and an end.

My special interests are Politics, chess, football, poker and writing. As a volunteer, I worked at the White House for 8 years and have worked on countless Political Campaigns. As a chess player, my claim to fame was winning the women’s “American Open Chess Tournament.” I am an avid Washington Redskins’ fan and attribute my heart condition to their multitude of “should have won” games. And I play poker on the Internet with delusions of winning a major poker tournament. I have edited scripts and various other special projects and to date have had a poem published.


Regarding this book, words are just words unless you give a little more thought to their meaning. Because of this goofy interest of mine, I have attempted to elaborate on ordinary words we use every day by exemplification and personalizing said words. Subsequently, this book is an expression of my simplistic thoughts on words with the hope that there will be something in it that will apply and perhaps be beneficial to the reader.


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