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How to Write a Novel – Day 20: Readers Write and Writers Read

Intertextuality is really just a big word for having a little fun in your writing. Every writer is also a reader, and the things you read inevitably have an impact of what you write. 110 more words


Atomic Tangerine

Character concept.  Atomic Tangerine,  friend of Neon Carrot.


How Do You Pull Off A Successful Unreliable Narrator?

I just finished reading a certain best-selling book that included an unreliable narrator, and it got me to thinking about how you pull one of these off. 638 more words


Do as I Say, Not as I Do...

Reading in the book of Romans (chapter 2) this morning, my thoughts turned towards home and my growing up years.  My father had a saying, “Don’t do as I do, do as I say”; translation – I have certain standards for you and others, but I don’t need to live up to them. 532 more words

Walking With God

Uber, Cosby...A Crisis of Character

When wealth is lost, nothing is lost; when health is lost, something is lost;
when character is lost, all is lost. Billy Graham

I just Googled “top corporate scandals” and about 2,300,000 Web results displayed in 0.46 seconds; in fact, Google has its own reported scandals of a personal and corporate nature.

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A dead Fish rots in the head First!

When a fish dies, the first part to rot is the head then eyes go grey ie vision is impaired as it is greyed!
How does that apply to your home? 276 more words


Take Inventory...Learn Something Everyday!

Here we go another round with the Barbell Poet, another opportunity to grow and learn something.  This past week, I have spent a lot of time turning down the noise and just listening for the nuggets of wisdom that I can hopefully pass along to you.   530 more words