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Blocking Out an Article

I’m writing an article on a complex subject. The Newlands and Washoe Projects. (internal link)┬áMy account doesn’t move in a straight line, like one done in a chronological order. 375 more words

Light to Dark: Using Mood to Create an Effective Narrator

The Writers Studio Tucson Lecture Series presents

Light to Dark:
Using Mood to Create an Effective Narrator

Join us for an evening of craft and conversation featuring local Tucson writers Donna Aversa, Phil Ivory, and Lilian Vercauteren… 217 more words

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Hadrian's Wall Thoughts & Ideas

I kind of wanted to try something new (to me anyway) in this post, and discuss a few thoughts and ideas about my current reading. For the past few years I’ve maintained a casual interest in graphic novels and comics, but not… 480 more words


Lexical density, Gunning Fog, Hard words and low self esteem - perils of writing

I haven’t posted much lately. Truthfully I haven’t written as much either. Having all kinds of problems with things sort of puts a dent in your hopes and wishes. 411 more words


Background On My Fifth Rock&Gem Article

My article on Quartzsite, Arizona is in the April issue of Rock&Gem Magazine. (external link) You can find it soon at most Barnes&Noble bookstores or you can order a copy online. 294 more words

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Okay so where have I been for the past months. I’ve been working full time at my job, no that’s an understatement. I’ve been working overtime at my job. 104 more words

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What Not to Write About

March 13th Update: I’ve decided on a word limit, probably 2,000 words, but I am also going to do a one page┬átimeline. I’ve always liked timelines because they give you at a glance all the important parts of a story. 206 more words