Made a #book submission

To a US publisher that has opened its doors to non-agent submissions they are after a new young adult book series too.

It looked safe it felt safe to Albie Merani. Struggling to manage his Mag-Vee team a hand ball game on steroids and with his girlfriend missing he has to locate here before malevolent storm hits town.

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This #cat went on #walkabout

She went missing for two days somehow she crossed over Botanical Road, then she crossed over Pioneer Highway all without getting hit by a single vehicle. That’s amazing because she’s partly blind too.

A owner of a nearby motel found her screaming like mad and she found our cat in a nearby drain too. Well our cat’s back home now.

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Hollywood Cowardice: George Clooney Explains Why Sony Stood Alone In North Korean Cyberterror Attack

Typical of mind numbing morons in Hollywood.

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EXCLUSIVE: As it begins to dawn on everyone in Hollywood the reality that Sony Pictures was the victim of a cyberterrorist act perpetrated by a hostile foreign nation on American soil, questions will be asked about how and why it happened, ending with Sony cancelling the theatrical release of the satirical comedy The Interview because of its depiction of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. One of those issues will be this: Why didn’t anybody speak out while Sony Pictures chiefs Amy Pascal and Michael Lynton were embarrassed by emails served up by the media, bolstering the credibility of hackers for when they attached as a cover letter to Lynton’s emails a threat to blow up theaters if The Interview was released?

George Clooney has the answer. The most powerful people in Hollywood were so fearful to place themselves in the cross hairs of hackers that they all refused to…

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