LPTrendsStories

Face in a Book

November 6th, 2012
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  LPTrendsPeople&Books. Tina Ferguson is an El Dorado Hills mom with daughters getting ready to take flight and determine their own futures, giving Tina a moment to take pause and determine her own as well. Now that her daughters need … Continue reading

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Sedaris, Wenderoth, Frost & Atwan: Beginnings in Longform

October 25th, 2012
Tracy Saville, writer, lover of longform, abuser of sentence structure and rules. Circa 2008

  LPTrendsLongformEssays. Longform. You know essays containing more than two paragraphs? Sometimes we have to use more than 140 words to tell a proper story or teach a proper thing, and longform non-fiction essays are the form: beginnings are the … Continue reading

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Destiny, Love & the Politics of Race

October 25th, 2012
Original Works by Ron Kendall.

  LPTrendsProse. Why not? On change, destiny, love, and the politics of race. Take ten minutes to absorb the inner truths of 3 women, Jena Dilema, Deborah Grinnell, and Tracy Saville. *** IMMINENCE By Jena Dilema           … Continue reading

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Chemtrails & What We Leave Behind

October 22nd, 2012
Courtesy of apfn.org.

LPTrendsStory. Lonn Friend, infamous rock journalist pens a fictive tail of seeing things that are real, but others argue not so much. In the spirit of all things political, and what is true or not, take a break from the … Continue reading

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A Chilling Tale for a Cold Night

October 16th, 2012
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LPTrendsStory. by Kathryn Mattingly. For the spook season lover in you. This dark little piece was selected by TripleTree Publishing for a Ghosts At the Coast Anthology. The book was conceived by crazed writers who gathered at Siltcoos Lake on the … Continue reading

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The InFamous Moment

October 1st, 2012
Photo by T2PS, Inc. Michael Wilson. Old School.

  LPTrendsStoriesAboutLife. This wonderful little gem of an enjambed single paragraph generously ignores the period, but liberally abuses every other punctual ‘what not’. For fun, and because breaking rules of words to good ends practices detachment from other people’s reactions … Continue reading

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Art With Octane: Shasta Smith Is Not Your Average Wrench

September 26th, 2012
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  LPTrendsInnovatingPeople: Shasta Smith. Exploring cafe racers, vintage monkeys, and grace. Watch her recent interview on Good Morning Sacramento. Publisher and Writer’s Note: Gasoline. Set it to fire and watch it burn – burn – burn. Or better yet, put … Continue reading

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Proof of Life In Michigan City

September 26th, 2012
Courtesy of organicvalley.coop

LPTrendsCommentary. Finding ourselves by returning to the heartland. by Tracy Saville. In late Mid-August, just as the wet is wrung from the broiling heat of a Heartland humidity streak, you can stand alongside any road east of Chicago and taste … Continue reading

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Truths Dwell Within Silence of the Desert

September 20th, 2012
Jennifer Hillman

LPTrendsSubmitMyStory: Jennifer Hillman is an Intuitive Life Coach, published Writer/Poet with a deep passion for supporting art and the artist’s vision. This is from the “Submit My Story” feature, and is as we found it. With a deep understanding and … Continue reading

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As Any Good Buddy Should

September 11th, 2012
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LPTrendsTallTales: Really. Worms. Moral of this ‘My Story’ submission? Inspect your food before you put it in your mouth. by Christopher Karne Frost. ____________________________________ The Kings game was about to begin, only the second game of the season on a … Continue reading

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