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My views are borne out of my experiences on this world.
My experiences are slowly adding to the short story that is my life.
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Monthly Archives: October 2012
Every month I print out a calendar for hanging on the wall at work; 13×19 size for the front office, 11×17 for my office, and a 8×11 proof. This is the second month I share it here for those unfortunate … Continue reading
Enjoying some Spirits, this Halloween night So, it’s Halloween, and I wrote a little something (I’m at lunch). But before I post it, I want to post some of the NanoWeen stories I tweeted last year (it’s a twitter thing … Continue reading
The idea of NaNoWriMo is attractive, as is the sentiment at the base of it. It’s meant to teach a writer (or would-be writer) to forgo fear, to stop the self-destructive critic from interfering, and to write with abandon, regardless … Continue reading
I tend to look up a lot. Perhaps it’s the hope of finding an escape from this rock, a portal that briefly opens up and offers us the change to leave all the crap, and travel to a better world … Continue reading
Lush Haiku is now, For rain is often found here. But today, it is not. I like writing. I like humor. I like traveling. Occasionally the universe aligns, offers up an opportunity, and I try my hand at humorous travel … Continue reading
Some might know I am a contributing writer at Legends Undying. As such I am charged with providing a post for the Monday of each week. For the past three weeks I offered up stuff I had already posted here. … Continue reading
Earlier this year I posted a few photos of Tree Swallows. I even posted a series that got me first place in a blog contest (Tell Us a Story), promising of “more later”. Well, it’s later, and this is more. … Continue reading
Conrad issued another writing prompt, this one with a zombie theme. “Write a story where for 24 hours anyone that dies rises within an hour or so. And those newly risen dead people aren’t very happy and want to beat … Continue reading
I sometime get asked what kind of photographic equipment I use. Usually this is right after something like “Those are really nice photographs!!” Mind you, I know the intent is good, but I will gently remind readers that it’s about … Continue reading
Continuing with my catch-up efforts, the next installment of photos. Yep! All about bugs. Sure, some are not technically bugs, but you get the idea. Disclaimer . . . these photos are not as good as the ones in the … Continue reading
Conrad issued another writing prompt, and I responded. This was written in about 15 minutes, including two re-reads and editing. Click on the title to read the full prompt and my comment/entry, or just read the story below. I copied … Continue reading