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Just the Facts?

Homework, homework, homework.

This week alone I have somewhere in the vicinity of about 2000 words I have to write for three different classes. Here is one of them for my Mass Media class. Honestly, I have no idea whether it answered the question that was asked, something that I have been hammered for before in some of my classes, but I kind of enjoyed writing this piece. I don’t know, tell me what you think.


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On Writing Past the First Chapter…

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The above photo was found while reading “Do You Make These 5 Mistakes” by Sheila over on her blog Cow Pasture Chronicles (seriously, how can you not want to check out a blog by that name?).

It’s no secret that I want to write a book. It’s a novel idea, I know, but one that I have had for a while now. Thing is, I have several great ideas floating around in this head of mine that I am slowly working out. Which is a great place to start, but some of those stories have been mulling around inside my cranium for well over 20 years. Continue reading On Writing Past the First Chapter…

Chicken or Egg?

It’s been kind of a dark day over on the fiction blog. I’m not going to lie, some of that has to do with all this stuff going on inside of me bleeding its way out. I know I should be concerned about it and talk it out with a counselor or something, but there is this part of me that kind of relishes the chaos that it is creating.

See, I have looked into the lives of some of my favorite authors and writers and each one of them had this destructive aspect to their lives. So I am left with a Continue reading Chicken or Egg?

What’s in a Name Anyway…

I just got done writing an entry into Grammar Ghoul’s Mutant 750 prompt. In doing so, I added another entry into my sci-fi military squad’s story collection. A group that up until today, I never really had a name for, and just ended up referring to them by their names or something like GCF*. That really didn’t have the ring I wanted, but I couldn’t come up with anything that I liked.

Until today.  Continue reading What’s in a Name Anyway…