Monday, January 11, 2010

We're Back!!!

-- Quote of the Day --


"The Greatest Gift You'll Ever Learn...Is Just To Love And Be Loved In Return"
~ From the movie Moulin Rouge


-- Authors Read --

Jan 9th on Authors Read we featured Chris Ringler - a writer for twenty years; he tends to specialize in short story writing, generally dark fiction with a few children’s stories as well. Chris is currently based in Michigan (USA) and has 2 short story collection books so far, the first being Back from Nothing. He has just released the second book of short stories titled This Beautiful Darkness, which is a compilation of 13 dark short stories that lay on the borderlands between dark fiction and horror. He is currently working on a children's series and a novel while balancing work with several magazine publications. Along with writing, Chris is a painter and photographer. Drop by to hear the archived episode of Chris reading from Like Cracks in Still Water - click on the hyperlink here or look to the right for recently aired Authors Read broadcasts.


Today, we have - Cynthia Clampitt, the author of a non-fiction travel narrative: Waltzing Australia. It is the story of the six-month, 20,000-mile trek around and across the land Down Under that marked her departure from the corporate world in pursuit of a writing career. According to Cynthia “The love of adventure that got kick-started during my first trip to Australia has stayed with me, and I’ve wandered far and wide—from Mongolia to Morocco, Iceland to India, Turkey to Tibet. And, of course, I keep returning to Australia.” Her book reveals details of Australian geography, history, arts and culture, but it also contains a fair bit of adventure. - click on the hyperlink above or look to the right for recently aired Authors Read broadcasts.

-- Positive Eco-News --

A USA based plastics recycler says that construction of the initial phase of its state of the art, world class plastic recycling facility near Watts, Oklahoma is nearing completion and is scheduled to start up in the first quarter of 2010. The company has also filed for LEED certification and anticipates that the Watts facility will soon be the first LEED certified recycling facility in Oklahoma. The initial phase will be focused on recycling low end, highly contaminated waste polyethylene films into bulk plastic feedstocks for AERT's composite manufacturing plants in Arkansas.



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