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Writer's Log: 1562 Golf

Learning to write fiction is like learning a difficult technical and physical game. Take golf for instance.

A few decades ago I decided to learn to play golf. 374 more words


Literary Blog Journal—5March2018

Southern California is experiencing one of the worst cold and flu seasons we’ve seen for quite a while. I’ve seen several reports now on KCAL9 News, and even ABC, stressing its contagiousness and severity. 144 more words


Writer's Log: 1523 To all new authors

To all new authors out there, (here’s a shaker of salt, spread that around first won’t you…)

Now, to all authors who are starting out on their first novel. 682 more words



Hey everyone. I know I haven’t been on here in a minute. But I’m going to try anyway.

I’ve started messing around with golf…I’m sure it’s going to be a costly addiction. 28 more words


Writer's Log: 1522 Staying on the Clock

One of the more difficult aspects of writing, I find, is remaining cognizant of clock and calendar time within the story.

Imagine if your story’s internal time frame spanned only a single day. 373 more words


Writer's Log: 1488 Nuances of clause placement

‘Milly paused, wiped her lace handkerchief across her brow, and looked up, startled, to find Antonio sitting upon the impatient stallion, staring intently at her, later that afternoon.’ 368 more words


Writer's Log (Feb 18, 2018)--Confirmation and Mary and the Witch's Flower

Hi everyone!

After a very satisfying and festive week, with a warm Valentine’s Day celebration and the beginning of the Chinese New Year of the Dog, I’m back to this blog at last! 150 more words