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Goal Post: Didn’t Achieve a Single Thing

Where to even begin? Well, I didn’t really achieve any of my goals from last week.  Even the time with my son thing because there was so much to do.  I could count all the studying and homework, but that … Continue reading

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Dreams in the Morning

Images while I snore That take me on adventures Crafting fear Or joy Before my body stirs * They linger in the morn’ Dew drops Sitting in my senses Gone Before my mind captures * On the rarest days A … Continue reading

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Odd Question about Fantasy and Languages

This will probably be quick and I’m sure I’ll get plenty of strong opinions.  Now, I have a future series that involves a school for mercenary groups.  This takes place in Windemere, so it’s fantasy-based.  It’s based on the group … Continue reading

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More Thoughts on Fear?

I was starting the theme of this week and a thought came to mind.  Have I done posts on fear before?  Apparently, I’ve done several.  It’s a topic that keeps coming back to my mind as if I never considered … Continue reading

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7 Tips to Having a Reunion Plot in Your Story

This storyline might be fairly niche, but it’s caught my attention.  In fact, I think it’s turned up more often than I realize.  ‘The Seven Deadly Sins’ and ‘Red’ come to mind.  Both have a reunion plot where most of … Continue reading

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Questions 3: I’M EVIL!!!!

I was going to do a big post about this topic, but I realized that this could be one that differs from person to person.  So, it’s best for me to start with myself and then open up the floor.  … Continue reading

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Is Weather Important to Stories?

Many of us remember Snoopy starting a book with ‘It was a dark and stormy’ night.  In fact, I’ve seen this get used as a ‘what not to do’ lesson.  I believe it’s that you never start with the weather, … Continue reading

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Questions 3: Being an Author in 2020

Coming to the end of a very strange year, I was thinking of something I could do for the December Thursdays.  I began to think about how writing, reading, publishing, and the whole thing took a very odd turn thanks … Continue reading

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Writing Addiction in Fiction

This might be simplifying up above, but it does come off that way at times.  As I said on Friday, War of Nytefall: Ravenous has a very serious subplot that deals with addiction.  You might be wondering how I could add that … Continue reading

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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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