Category: Float

Writing Process Blog Hop

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At every reading or workshop I give, a hand will raise and the question is asked: Where do I get my ideas from? And here’s the god’s honest truth: I don’t know! Who can keep track of what comes and goes through the labyrinth of flesh known as the brain? That’s not what I say […]

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Dorothy Addams Brown, 1923 – 2014

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This Saturday we said good by to Dotty Brown at the UU Church in Gloucester. Dotty was a friend to all, and benefactress to the city and beyond. She was in the first generation of American women to be college educated, and because of this, had high expectations placed upon them. Dotty showed us how […]

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Thank you, State Rep Lori Ehrlich

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Marblehead State Representative Ehlich has introduced a state-wide ban on single use plastic bags. House Bill 696. Ask your representatives to make this happen in 2013. http://www.malegislature.gov/Bills/188/House/H696

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A Green Launch Party, God Knows I Tried.

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  My new novel, Float, was released in February, so we had a launch party at the Rocky Neck Cultural Center here in Gloucester. The plot of Float swirls around the dangers of plastics in the ocean, hence, no plastics at the party. In fact, I was giving out raffle tickets to anyone who brought […]

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Ode to Float, by Duncan Nelson

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I DOTE ON MY ROLE IN THE CELEBRATION OF FLOAT AT ITS ROCKY NECK FLOTATION O I shall permit no debunkin’ Of a book whose protagonist’s name is “Duncan” – For that is the very name of the bard on Whom falls the duty (he hopes you’ll pardon His doggerel) to deploy his art In […]

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The Next Big Thing Project

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Welcome to the Plastics and Water Don’t Mix blog. As a rule, I’ll be posting about just that, plastics in the oceans, a problem not just for the sea life, but for human life. But every now and then I’ll be writing about my upcoming novel, Float, which falls under that topic. Eventually, maybe everything […]

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