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Buster and Moo: a novel in weekly instalments - Chapter Seven

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Chapter Seven

“What on earth happened?”

“This stupid man just braked out of nothing. 1,090 more words

Miscellany

Trenton Bugs Out

Chapter 3: Trenton Bugs Out

“If I don’t have coupons, I can’t buy anything!” Mae protested. “Please give me the scissors!”

Trenton gave Mae a tired laugh but held the scissors out of her reach. 1,728 more words

Marriage

The Unsung joys of being a writer part 2

Greetings Gentle Readers,

If you remember, when last we left , I was slogging through the proofs of my soon-to-be-printed novel Wind Dancer, while also dealing with an unpleasant case of this weird bug that is going around the Puget Sound. 133 more words

Writing

In Which We Are Amused - A Continued Thought

His muscles tensed. He tried calming his thoughts.  Breathing was now an issue.  He felt his chest constrict and his hands began to shake.  If only the ceiling were thicker, he thought. 209 more words

Life

The Maligned Wolf

You all know me
You all see me
Or you think you know me
And you think you really see me.

I am maligned by fairy tales… 60 more words

Nature

A Better Approach to “Write Every Day” | WritersDigest.com

http://www.writersdigest.com/editor-blogs/there-are-no-rules/a-better-approach-to-write-every-day

You don’t always have to force yourself to write every day, but you do need to make the time and space to spend with your writing as regularly as you can.

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I Will Not Do Something Stupid...

Just a quick update.

On the writing front I’m almost at forty percent of my edited second book. The first has not sold well on Amazon, which could be due to a lack of reviews. 1,390 more words

Alcoholism