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Bullying and Children…

Been a bit of news about bullying lately… Thought I’d weigh in. So, recently a video went viral of a kid here in Tennessee, making an emotional plea for people to stop bullying. If you’ve spent any time on Twitter … Continue reading

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Not Dodging the Question

It’s NaNoWriMo, and I should be working on my novel project, but the mass shooting in Texas and the resulting responses to it have been occupying too much of my brain power. So, let’s talk about guns. No, not mental … Continue reading

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Nanowrimo 2017 update 

So, doing Nanowrimo this year. I’ll be updating here periodically. Right now, because progress is almost never linear, I stand at 1,000 words. I’m short of the word count so far, but I’m prone to writing for 5-8k word sessions, … Continue reading

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Updatery: Been a Minute

Hi, Yeah, I’ve been absent from these pages for a while. Been a little busy. Thought I’d share an update. The Wife and I bought a house, back in the middle of August. We’re still unpacking. We’re also both first-time … Continue reading

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Humor Nooner

Just a quickie for the middle of your day: I was thinking about how much I admire the women in fitness. Specifically the drive and sacrifice it takes to achieve their goals. And I thought, you couldn’t get men to … Continue reading

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Writing Updatery

Sent out the newest round of query letters last night for Drawn to Flame. Here’s hoping I have finally learned to write a query as interesting as the novel it’s trying to sell. And now…  The Waiting. Wish me luck.

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Of Ruins and Non-Confession Confessions

My brain is fucked this morning. Figured I’d share. I hope what follows is something like coherent. First, a little background: I did not have, what is now commonly referred to as, a stable childhood. I’m old enough that when … Continue reading

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