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Martin Appletree is a writer presently working on a novel about a Zen monk who returns home to Queens, NY and becomes an unlikely private investigator. He can be reached at http://about.me/martin_appletree.

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  1. Jeff Winsauer permalink

    Martain, today you commented “Seems you lead an interesting life” referring to me. I’ve read some of your words and I picture you with pen and paper under a tree somewhere in this vast world doing your magic. I too think yours is mighty nice too.
    Be well my friend!
    Jeff

  2. Hi Martin,

    I hope you are doing well.

    I really enjoy your blog, so I have nominated it for The Siblinghood of the World Bloggers Award.
    Please see the link for the instructions if you wish to do this.
    http://wp.me/p6O7mk-2p

    Warmest wishes,
    Mitch

  3. Hi Martin,

    I hope you are doing well.

    I nominated you for another award, the Blogger Recognition Award. You deserve it.

    Please see the link and follow the instructions if you wish to participate.
    http://wp.me/p6O7mk-31

    Warmest wishes,
    Prof. Mitch

  4. Hi Martin,
    I just spent some enjoyable time reading your impressive blogs, following down the line from month to month, year to year, but there is an endless melancholic thread Martin, stringing all of what you write together, and I am not sure what to feel about that.

    I will keep reading………..

    Paul

    • Forgive the late reply, but I was on travel. Thank you for taking the time and energy looking at my posts. They are rather ambiguous and ech person brings their own experience to bear in discerning their meaning(s). I would just suggest that perhaps rather than merely being melancholic, that they ask you to you look through like and dislike and hope, disillusionment and hopelessness – to what might lie beneath these, and beneath all our concepts and constructs. If you do look, Paul, please let me know what you find. :- )

      Best,
      Martin

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