Category Archives: Writing

Getting my writing on

Something’s got to give

I work at a nice place. Amazing views and good people. I signed up for 5 days per week, 6 hours a day because my expenses are low and the income from my writing helps. However, due to circumstances, I … Continue reading

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The Scapegoat Suicides: Cover

I will not succeed in completing The Scapegoat Suicides by the NaNoWriMo deadline but I shall complete it. The novel will be ready for the release date of March 23rd, 2015. The Day Job is slamming on the overtime and seven days … Continue reading

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What she said…

Yeah, this quote made my day: What the writer next to you does, doesn’t effect you! Their 250,000th sale, doesn’t effect you. Wait, is that effect or affect? Guess what, beyond the 2.2 seconds someone thinks ‘it should be the other … Continue reading

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Erotic Interludes: The Master Key

I am writing a series of short erotic stories to be devoured whenever one has the time and inclination. The first in the Erotic Interludes series is “The Master Key” and should be available on Amazon at the end of … Continue reading

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Eye of the Hawk

I am chugging along. I appreciate the characters I work with and I appreciate my housemates for letting me drink their booze when I’m broke. “It ebbs and flows,” H1 said as she poured me a glass of her wine. … Continue reading

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The Story for The Words

I sent the manuscript to my editor with a plea for help: “I can’t see the story for the words!” She sent her notes last night and I lost thirty pounds of literary baggage in the time it took me … Continue reading

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The Care and Feeding of Your Beloved Writer

You simply must read this post by the marvelous Hillary Monahan. …it is scientifically proven in a world renown research facility (my basement) by world renowned scientists (my basset hounds) that a writer can perform all basic life functions fueled only … Continue reading

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