Tag Archives: novels

Is Writing Hard for Everyone or Just Me?

Hey! What’s up?! Long time no speak. Everyone surviving these bizarre times okay? I must admit that I have grown accustomed to not blogging or socializing on the internet these past several months. Not that I haven’t missed you, it’s … Continue reading

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Any Fans?

  Been wanting to read this for a long time but now that I finally have it… I find its presence rather… intimidating.   #prayforthetimidreaders    

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The Murky Link Between the Russian Cyber Threat and My Novel

This is a link to the live recent Senate Intelligence hearing regarding “Russian Hacking and Cybersecurity.” This is a murky link. This is a link to The Sea Trials of an Unfortunate Sailor, my book about the harsh realities of … Continue reading

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BELIEVE IN LEAVE

So, I was thinking (yes, I understand the risks)… But, I was thinking, just imagine if each of the 25,109 and growing followers of this humble site were to donate just $1.00 to help me fund my film LEAVE… Just … Continue reading

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George Saunders On Story

I haven’t read any Saunders yet; been meaning to…more so after watching this:     I discovered this video at Saunders’ site. I watched it first at The Atlantic. You can see it in its original production at the beautiful … Continue reading

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Don’t judge my book…

Originally posted on Kathy Cecala: The Persistent Writer:
Yes, I’m on a writing break, but it doesn’t mean I’m not thinking about the cover for my next. As we all know, you’re not supposed to judge a book by its…

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The book’s always better than the movie…

Right? That’s the rule, right? Books rule over movies. Always. Before I got involved with this whole short film thing, I always would get indignant after watching yet another failed movie adaptation of a book I liked. And I would … Continue reading

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Write Edit Write: A Private Facebook Group for Writers and Readers

  So, I’m creating a private Facebook group for writers and readers who are interested in the discussion of all things related to the process and business of writing. This will be somewhat an extension of what I do with … Continue reading

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Writer’s Block Is Only In Your Mind…

And That’s The Problem.     #amwriting #not    

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INSPIRATION IN THE WORST OF PLACES | A Guest Post by Author Sherrie Cronin

With pleasure and gratitude, it is my honor to share with you a Guest Post by Author Sherrie Cronin. As April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, Sherrie’s post, and her books, are timely, important, and educational, as, sadly, … Continue reading

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So, I’m Going To Make A Movie… UPDATE #3

We Have Our Captain! I am pleased and honored to announce that we have found/been blessedly bestowed with a Director for our film LEAVE. With a captain now at our film’s helm (yes, I do love my sailing metaphors), we … Continue reading

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Marvel Shmarvel – the real Super Heroes are the Volunteer Readers for #TeamLibriVox

And the Super Hero In Chief at LibriVox is the… Amazing… Spectacular… Sublime… One And Only… Able To Read the Densest Tomes Without Once Tying The Tongue… Mr. Bob Neufeld Seriously folks, if you love classic literature and love to … Continue reading

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Summertime Blues – A Call for Guest Contributors

I read an article a good while back about a study that concluded that we humans tend to be more productive and creative during cooler weather periods than warmer weather periods. Now, I cannot speak to the veracity of the … Continue reading

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