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An Inescapable Fact

It was true, she concluded, an inescapable fact, she shouldn’t be allowed to wield real life, not with her imagination intact. Better to thrive in the world she knew best and leave reality to everyone else. She had more than … Continue reading

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End of an Era

It’s something of the end of an era for me, but not exactly. Maybe calling it a time of transition would be more appropriate. Regardless, I’m not going to tease you with my meaning. The website will soon be closed, … Continue reading

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Without Shame

Privilege came, indifference stayed, his power unearned he wielded without shame. He saw her in a way, that was to say, he didn’t see her at all in his rage. She saw him in ways, through her haze, he dismissed … Continue reading

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My Accidental and Crucial Novel

At present I’m performing my first edit on Exhuming Truths, my accidental and unintentional story. It’s about two people who love the wrong people and are too blind to see who they really love. That’s the core story. It’s also … Continue reading

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Abuse and Fear and Degradation

She built a world. It replaced the one into which she was born… To read the latest poem on the website, please join me HERE.

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PTSD

The title of this blog post says it all. No doubt there are those who’d tell me I shouldn’t admit to PTSD any more than depression or anxiety. Yeah, well, then don’t read this. There are others out there who … Continue reading

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Orangey Sky – Bringing a Worldbuilding Element to Life

When my stories evolve from one draft to another there’s little that’s as thrilling as witnessing the stages of improvement. That’s the big picture. Looking closer, there are the insights that lead to positive changes to characters, creatures, and settings. … Continue reading

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Change in the Wind

The warmth of sunrise… To read the latest poem on the website, please join me HERE.

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The Opening Sequence

Last week I said I’d talk about how I write opening sequences. Much to my amazement, I’m remembering to do just that. There might be another term for it, or maybe people just think of it as the opening. I … Continue reading

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Long Winter Night

Our long winter night… To read the latest poem on the website, and the first of 2020, please join me HERE.

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