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NaNoWri...not really.

I’ve an odd confession to make, as spurned on by a question i get asked almost every year around this time on the calendar.

I’ve never actively participated in National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo as the truncation goes. 1,451 more words


Travel Reads #5: Breakfast of Champions

Breakfast of Champions was not my cup of tea. In fact, if I hadn’t been in an airport while reading it, this probably would have been one of the books that takes me a long time to get through and that might be temporarily tossed aside in favor of another. 239 more words

21st Century Literature

in defence of the wordsmith

I saw a blacksmith at work several weeks ago, all set up in the middle of a main city street, as part of Nuit Blanche… 1,313 more words


Why You Need a Good Writer

You know your business. You can probably construct a decent sentence, too, if you got this far. But there are times when you need a professional writer. 328 more words


Writing, prestige, and fake blood.

One thing is certain: I’ve commented before about the correlation between writing, and other activities; primarily about screwing with someone’s mind onĀ theĀ fencing field, and subsequently screwing with someone’s mind while they read your work. 1,749 more words