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What is at Stake?

During my time at Fairfield University’s MFA program, I had the chance to work with many talented faculty members.  Lary Bloom, a veteran journalist and writer, manned the world of nonfiction.  324 more words

Christian Writing

A heartfelt apology to you...

When I started this blog last year, I had visions of regaling you with endless tales of whimsy and fascination. I’ve spent the last months trying to wring some worthy fiction from this brain o’ mine. 842 more words

Writing

#WellnessReads2015: The War of Art by Steven Pressfield

Shannon Didier recommends The War of Art as a Wellness Read, and I heartily endorse it. Game-changing way of thinking about what’s holding you back from the life you really want to live. 249 more words

Book Reviews

The Last Runner On Earth

“Of any activity you do, ask yourself: If I were the last person on earth, would I still do it?”

The above question was posed in “ 245 more words

Running

Liberation from Expectation

This will be a short post. I have a lot of fiction to write today.

I think too much. A lot of people do. Personally, I get caught up in silent rages at things that happened in the (Sometimes relatively distant) past, as well as worries about the future. 100 more words

I just joined B-School...

Oh. Em. Gee. I’m so excited to share this with you.

After several years of following Marie Forleo and watching, re-watching, and re-re-re-watching her amazing videos on how to become a business-savvy power house with an amazing, rich life, I’ve decided to take action. 397 more words

Life

I Don't Want to Write

February has fled with my inspiration for some reason. I’m blaming her for it anyway, since she can’t defend herself. Maybe I’ll blame the fact that it’s too cold to take long walks and that’s when my best ideas come. 684 more words

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