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We are all shells here.

It was small, a little paragraph. Someone might read the first sentence and not think much of it.

It describes the interactions this person who is stuck in a deep, muddy hole. 546 more words

I Just Remembered How I First Became a Writer

I was thinking about how I first got into writing a couple days ago. I thought it happened in college, when I decided to major in English, when I realized that I was taking more writing classes than surveys. 930 more words

Creative Writing

Back to You

As published in the Waldorf College Crusader, Spring 2013, Volume 6

Salveson Prize Honorable Mention in Prose

Back to You

You passed me the water bottle.

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Published Pieces

Writing A Self Help Book

The book I read to research this post was Write An Evolutionary Self Help Book by Sasha Allenby which is a very good book that I bought from kindle. 173 more words


An Open Letter to Bloomsbury Academic

Dear Bloomsbury Academic:

I have three things to say to you:

1. You haven’t paid me in about two years for my book Blake and Kierkegaard: Creation and Anxiety  194 more words

My Publications

#Review - MENO-WHAT? A MEMOIR - by D G Kaye #non-fiction #memoir #menopause

I really need to catch up on a few more reviews, so here goes…

Although this blog is usually about fantasy and SF, sometimes I like to read something outside those genres, and this is one of those occasions. 299 more words

Book Reviews

Long and Short Letters

This tip is mainly for non-fiction writers—even though fiction writers should also have an eye on this particular point: brevity and clarity. If you write something—anything—that you would like others to read, always have the reader in mind and give some thought to how you say it. 559 more words