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Remembrance of a great woman

I was going to write a post-mortem to my Horror Con visit from a few weeks ago, but I decided to move on to other topics. First, I heard this morning that Maya Angelou had passed away at the age … Continue reading

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Horror Con 2014 – Last day (for me anyway)

Just to let you know, this is a couple of days late. I initially wrote this on Saturday night at around ten o’clock. It is now Monday morning. I waited because I wanted to make sure that what I had … Continue reading

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Horror Con 2014 – Day 2

  I began my second day at Horror Con on a bit of a mission. I wanted to hear a panel on the art of short story writing. I went to the conference session and actually had some of my … Continue reading

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Delivering the Final Final Proof

I just completed review of the Final Proof of my debut novel, Darwin’s Sword.  Non-writers might ask “but I thought the book was done after you wrote it.”  No.  The evolution of a manuscript is a long process and by … Continue reading

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Finding Inspiration in Today’s World

  As an author of fiction, I write because I’m driven to tell a story.  I’ve said many times right here that writing is an addiction, much like drugs or alcohol.  I don’t mean to offend or make light of … Continue reading

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Chasing Dreams Can Give You A Migraine

As I write this I am deep in a melancholy mood and thinking about simpler times.  I’ve had a few setbacks and in the process have begun to doubt my resolution to chase my dreams at all costs.  Darwin’s Sword … Continue reading

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