Monthly Archives: September 2010

New Beginnings

With the major revisions to Hunters completed (again), I sat down yesterday to reread some of what I’d done and got stopped to make a few adjustments to the very first scene. The first scene is inarguably vital to the … Continue reading

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Where My Towel Is

I stumbled upon a video hosted at the TED Talks website today that some of you might find interesting. Douglas Adams, author of Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy among many other well-known SF novels gives a long talk about some … Continue reading

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Damned Lies and Statistics

OK, so I don’t have any lies to tell. I do, however, have some very interesting statistics about my personal writing. I just spent the last few days converting ever bit of my writing from the last 9.5 years that … Continue reading

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The Happy Endings I Had Planned

I’m not a sentimental person, believe it or not. I purge things regularly in my house. I don’t generally keep cards or¬†souvenirs of things long past.¬†When I do journal or scrapbook or otherwise record my own personal story, it’s general … Continue reading

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A Day of Productivity

Sometimes in the middle of a long project, particularly one I thought was finished several months ago, I just need a win. A finish. Something to show me I can follow through and get the job done. So this morning … Continue reading

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