Tag Archives: opinions

Thoughts on Parenting an Autistic Child

I’ve been dancing around writing something about this for a long time.  I’ve mentioned that my son is on the spectrum.  Earlier this year, we had the official test . . . or was it late 2019?  Either way, he … Continue reading

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Questions 3: Reading is Essential

Forgot to put the video above on Monday’s post, but people don’t click on these anyway.  I might just have repeatedly play while I type this up. This is fairly simple.  Most, if not all, of us are readers.  We … Continue reading

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Questions 3: Editing (Right to the Point Here)

As I’ve said, editing is one of the hardest parts of writing.  It would be great if our first draft was the best and we never had to change a thing.  Some people believe this is what it’s like and … Continue reading

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Top 5 of 2019: Stigma of Mental Illness (#3)

This originally went live on March 17, 2019.  I’m happy to see it here too.  Not a bad thing for this to make a reappearance. So, I might be short and to the point here.  Mostly because I know I’m … Continue reading

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Questions 3: Talk about Talking

The original plan was for this to be a post about the different styles of dialogue.  I ran into a problem, which is that I really only know about how I do it.  Feels wrong to talk about the methods … Continue reading

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The Horror of the Rushed Ending

A few months ago, I finished reading ‘Yu Yu Hakusho’.  I remember hearing that there was something off about the ending.  Well, I have to agree even though I would recommend the series for any manga/anime fans.  It’s considered a … Continue reading

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The Stigma of Mental Illness

So, I might be short and to the point here.  Mostly because I know I’m going to get a pretty big workout in the comments.  My opinion has also been stated here a few times, but I felt like bringing … Continue reading

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2017 Top 5: #4- Why Not Write About the Writing Craft?

This post originally went live on August 21. A lot of author blogs focus on the writing craft and make posts about tenses, grammar, plot creation, genre, and other topics.  Others go into the nuances of Amazon, marketing, and whatever … Continue reading

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Raven’s Dawn Part 31 (Finale) #horror #thriller #Halloween

(HAPPY HALLOWEEN!) Apollo groans as he washes up on the mist-covered island, the gaping wound in his stomach seeping blood. He grabs the rotting pole of a pier, most of which has been washed away by the waves. Using it … Continue reading

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Raven’s Dawn Part 30 #horror #thriller #Halloween

(Wow.  Last post was weird.  Go see for yourself.) With Gemma trailing behind, Dawn waltzes into the library and frowns at the chaos around her. Transforming her dress into a comfortable shirt and pants, she walks through the destroyed furniture … Continue reading

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