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Lost in the Alps

Well I wasn’t exactly lost, just a little disorientated. And it wasn’t exactly the Alps, but close. This is a story of being human. It all began when I went across the street from where I live in Chur, Switzerland, to the Post Bus station. I was wanting to get a bus to Trin to…

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Wings of Change

Wings of Change the book about change that changes lives by Jim & Katharina Murdoch My first book, written with my wife, Katharina. This is a non-fiction, self-help book with a daring fictional part to it. Each of the seven chapters ends with a fictionalized story of a family of geese. This story is a…

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Coincidence or Inspiration?

I read time and time again how authors just write and often are surprised at what comes out. This has been my experience so far. Having just completed my second novel I am surprised at the seeming coincidences which have appeared in the story. Keeping in mind that book 2 is a continuation of the…

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Unconscious Writing

When a writer sits down and writes, what is actually happening? How much does the writer actually know in advance what they are going to write?  A week ago I attended my first ever writer’s conference, the Geneva Writer’s Conference, organized by the Geneva Writer’s Group. Not only because I visited a workshop on Zen…

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