Monthly Archives: March 2014

Maybe You Just Didn’t Want It Enough

Those are hard words to hear.  Harder yet to say them to yourself. But there you have it. I found out last week that something I thought I’d wanted and thought I’d been working towards for a few years now … Continue reading

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The Narratives We Tell

So that whole situation I blogged about the other day has me thinking about the narratives we tell, both to ourselves and others. I’ve discussed it before, but my father had a very difficult life.  And that’s something I probably … Continue reading

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Wow. I’m Speechless.

I don’t want to get drawn into my first shitstorm fight on the internet, but I had to share this here: Please Help Me Pay My Wonderful Authors The Royalties Owed Them This is a blog post from The Passive … Continue reading

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Beware False Comparisons

Beware anyone who is trying to sell you anything.  Including their personal view of the world. This will circle back to writing in a moment, but first I’d like to randomly complain about today’s visit to Banfield with the pup.  … Continue reading

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The Implied Rules

Since I’m spending most of my time these days in an office environment that, understandably but unfortunately, is where most of my thoughts are directed. And this week I spent a lot of time thinking about the implied rules of … Continue reading

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Most Readers Don’t Care

I was doing my daily trolling of various blogs and forums and saw a few heated discussions or recaps of heated discussions or debates about “controversies” in certain genres. And something occurred to me. Most readers don’t care. Most readers … Continue reading

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