Tag Archives: Short Stories

The Accomplishment and Gratitude Relationship

The Thanksgiving holiday has passed here in the US, ushering in a time of quiet reflection as I emerge from a difficult period in my life. I say quiet because I’m someone who avoids Black Friday and most of what … Continue reading

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Gratitude for Writing, An Update

Despite time spent healing from a tragic event a month ago, I am writing. As I mentioned last week, it’s my therapy. As I’ve also mentioned, I canceled my ninth NaNo, both because I didn’t want the pressure and because, … Continue reading

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My Top Writing Experiences 1 – Short Story Explosion

As I mentioned in my introduction to this September series, I’m sharing my top five writing experiences (so far) in the hope someone may draw motivation or inspiration from them. Rather than rank them, they’re appearing in chronological order since … Continue reading

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Solving a 20 Year-Old Worldbuilding Problem

The title isn’t a typo or a trick to hook you into reading this post. This last week I literally solved a 20-year worldbuilding issue on the heels of two breakthrough moments. A two decade long snag? That’s right. I … Continue reading

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A Landmark Moment

Yes, an achievement, a moment to reflect, than then on to the next project. I love what I do, which requires doing it. I also have a vision of what I want to accomplish, and while I don’t have a … Continue reading

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