Monthly Archives: August 2019

End of the Summer Goals: Only 3 Days of Break Left

Let’s be honest.  I didn’t have much of a summer break since I was working at camp even before my school job ended.  That means I’ve really only had 13 days to rest.  Minus 1 for orientation day though.  Not … Continue reading

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Bursts of Nostalgia

First, I’m not talking about the manipulation of nostalgia, which seems to be getting used all over the places.  This is more about you walking along or sitting at your desk.  Just going through the day or relaxing.  All of … Continue reading

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The Future for Story Empire

Originally posted on Story Empire:
Hi, gang, Craig here to start this off. One of the fun things about a group blog is the camaraderie established by working with friends. We have a place to chat that’s free from others,…

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Derailing Bedlam: A Taste of Tenay Part 3 #fiction #adventure

As usual, here is your warning that this story has cursing, sex (not graphic), innuendo, and violence.  It’s my Rated-R action adventure called Derailing Bedlam.  This is the fourth outing (third official) for Cassidy and Lloyd, so feel free to … Continue reading

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Infographic: Ways to Enrich your Writing

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
Many thanks to customwritingservice who produced the infographic and post below specifically for my blog, to help you hone your writing skills! 5 Ways to Enrich your Writing Writing a story of fiction is…

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Cherish Their Childhoods

Gone in half a blink From needing nurturing To always out Rarely giving time Sequestered in their lair Like a cocooned larva * We rarely think ahead The humorous mourning Of our little ones advancement Weeping at milestones That grow … Continue reading

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Five Things to Remember as a New Writer- Guest Post at @maryannwrites

Originally posted on Fiction Favorites:
? Today I’m a guest at Maryann Miller’s blog, Maryann Writes. When I was a new writer, I learned many things by trial and error. Some of what I learned I forgot and had to…

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Teaser Tuesday: Lost Explains the Vultures and the Mosquitoes #fantasy #vampires

This is a fun excerpt from War of Nytefall: Lost that I posted nearly a year ago.  It still really good and shows a key point of the story.  Demonstrates how Lost’s personality is very child-like even though she has adult-level … Continue reading

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Writing for Books vs Writing for a Blog Story

Now, I’ve written novels, short stories, and been running a few serial stories through my blog.  The most recent one is Derailing Bedlam, but there was also the Raven Series that I did for the last 4 Octobers.  Will these ever be … Continue reading

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The Defeated of the Summer

As some may remember, I worked at a summer camp this year.  My job was to run the indoor areas like the game room and the arcade.  Throughout the summer, I had some time to play a few video games … Continue reading

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