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From Third to First (Person)

I sincerely wanted to be a little avant-garde in my work. I wanted to blend first and third person and pretend it’s totally intentional and to sound like I knew what I was doing. 324 more words

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Untamed -An Interview with Madeline

My guest today  in my virtual studio is the lovely Ms. Madeline Dyer. We met through that wonderful/horrible social media world of Facebook via NANOWRIMO.  Madeline is a pleasure to talk to and discuss writing with. 2,745 more words

On Writing

Tweets of the Week: Night Owl

Our best tweets summed up in one squawk:

A year ago this month, THE AUTOMATION was published. Now you can read for free on Goodreads: …

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The Automation

On Writing: Mental Playgrounds

I’ve mentioned before that I’ve been utilizing the daily word website 750 Words off and on over the last few years, and using it as a sort of ‘mental playground’ where I can have fun playing with ideas that happen to pop into my head.   681 more words

Writing

Childhood Twists Sometimes Need A Tweak

Back in the 90s, I was a Pokemon kid. Like most in my age group, the Catch ’em All mentality was prevalent in my collection of cards, toys, and games. 680 more words

Musings

Before The Deluge: New Orleans on My Mind

As the ten year anniversary of Katrina approaches, New Orleans has been on my mind.

I was in New Orleans in 1999. That was the first, and so far, only time I stepped foot in the Crescent City. 990 more words

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