Monthly Archives: January 2013

Anchor Stones (Or How Do I Know What To Write About In My Stories?)

This is something that I’ve been thinking about for a while and I’ve briefly mentioned it in groups that I’m a part of on LinkedIn and another writers blog. It’s the belief (mine, if you’re wondering), that it’s impossible to … Continue reading

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Can’t We All Just Get Along?

My friend Anthony and I worked hotel security together, once upon a time, and I believe he was the best officer there. However, he had a habit of downplaying everyone elses contributions to the department. No matter what you did … Continue reading

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Where there’s smoke, there’s sausage

So I’m sitting around at eleven o’clock at night and I’ve just finished the latest edit of my eighteen page fantasy short story called “Stalking Justice,” and I’m hungry. I rummage around in the refrigerator and I pull out a … Continue reading

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Narrator and Voice

I was editing a story the other day and I became stuck. The number of variations of what I could do with each sentence stopped me in my tracks. I suppose that it’s an aspect of fear – if I … Continue reading

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Introducton

Hello all, I’ve attempted several blogs, but none of them have stuck. I’m hoping that I’ll have the fortitude to keep with this one. I’m a big fan of fantasy and science fiction, but not of literary fiction. I’ve been … Continue reading

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