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Icebergs in Arizona

If a writer of prose knows enough about what he is writing about he may omit things that he knows and the reader, if the writer is writing truly enough, will have a feeling of those things as strongly as though the writer had stated them. 444 more words

A dream comes to life in Rafa Campos' spirited run at Puerto Rico Open

Editor’s Note: This story originally ran in the April 4, 2016 edition of Golfweek.

RIO GRANDE, Puerto Rico – The final week of March was a good one for golfers named Rafa. 604 more words

PGA Tour

Not alone!

As people who regularly read this blog know I’ve been working on a novel called Johnson Farm…

About the same time I started Johnson Farm I got a crazy idea. 489 more words

The Misfortune Teller | Flash Fiction

Life was meant to come with some surprises. Science had made it easy to predict certain things, like the gender of an expected baby, the potential spread of cancer, the risk of any number of genetic diseases, the likelihood of someone being able to survive a car crash. 1,151 more words


Increasing Writing Productivity - Camp NaNo Style!

Guess what time it is? Camp NaNoWriMo time! I’m so excited. After participating (and failing) regular NaNoWriMo in November, I can’t wait for camp. Camping is so much fun… 472 more words

My Writing Journey

World-building Through Storytelling

In January of this year, I spent time every day writing short stories, and developing ideas. Several of these stories fed into a shared universe, with a single item at its centre: a phone book for the supernatural, called  1,107 more words


How I Survive NaNoWriMo!

Hey there folks!

I realize that I missed my weekly Tuesday post, total la-ay-zee moment on my part. Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday happened to be the Zone 4 Spring Conference for the International Association of Fairs and Expositions (IAFE). 852 more words