Here is a Happy New Year quote from Benjamin Franklin…

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Be at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let every new year find you a better man.

~Benjamin Franklin (1705-1790)

Founding Father of the United States of America, Author, musician, political theorist, politician, inventor, satirist, civic activist, statesman and diplomat. Mr. Franklin was one of the most influential people in the early 18th century having played a huge role in the formation of the United States of America. Probably without him there would be no United States, or very likelly our country may be quite different without him. In any case I hope that you enjoy the quote because it is one that rings very true.

HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE!!!!!!

P.S. All the characters that I will be creating will be at war with their vices, (Inner conflict if you will!), they will be at war with their neighbors,(External conflict if you will!), and some of them will find themselves to be a better man, woman, and or alien. (These maybe my protagonists or some supporting characters, and of course since most of my antagonists will be meeting their demise then of course they will be in the category of not becoming a better man, woman or alien. They will be simply sent to the great beyond. Most likely some form of hell he he!!)

Well in any case I hope that all of you my readers will have a wonderful new year that brings you happiness, good health and plenty of success in the writing world! See you in the New Year! William out.

 

 

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