Monthly Archives: January 2014

Ruminations on Writing

I’m in a writing lull.  I think I know the cause, but the lull seems serious enough that I’ve pondered the unthinkable — to stop writing. So, what’s the cause of this?  Writing a story for which I do not … Continue reading

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When self-doubt strikes…

Comedian and actor Mike Myers once said something that I think many creative people could probably relate to: despite his many triumphs, he insisted, he still expected the no-talent police to come and arrest him at any time. Though few…

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Why I Like To Write

Lord knows I hated to write for a long time. Looooooooooooooong time.  High school.  College.  Writing assignments were hell.  Law school was beautiful because, during the four years I was there, I had only to write a moot court brief … Continue reading

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Northville — A Sample

Here’s Chapter 22, something I finished a couple of days ago.  This is part of my new accountability project.  I’ll post a sample here of what I’m working on, somewhat regularly.   -22-      Lily While Sophie was getting Sally, I … Continue reading

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2014 Writing Goals

Generally speaking, in the order I plan on getting them done. Finish Northville Five & Dime and send to some readers for their input. Help Zoe Keithley publish her novel and then move on to whatever publishing project she chooses … Continue reading

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