Monthly Archives: December 2010

Why I Write – A New Thought

I was sitting here tonight (two minutes ago actually) and not even thinking about why I write. I was busy replying to the blog sites that I subscribe to, connecting to as many people as possible when I heard it. … Continue reading

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The real story of To Catch a Train

The following is a little background on the story of To Catch a Train. It is the first short story I posted on this blog. I thought if you have read it, this post might be of interest to you. … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas

I was going to add a rambling, writer’s take on wishing you a merry Christmas, but I decided not to do so. If you want to delve into some of my deeper thoughts, check out my previous posts. On this … Continue reading

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What Keeps Me Writing

Just like anyone else who writes fiction, one of the motivating factors is to be the next King, Steele, or Koontz. I would be lying if I said I didn’t want to start my day with a cup of coffee, … Continue reading

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Another Thanks

I want to once again thank all of you who have taken the leap and subscibed to my site. For those of you who may be reading this site for the first site, I encourage you to view my previous … Continue reading

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Ideas – Thunderbolts From God

Where do you get your ideas? That, of course, is the question most often asked by people who read but do not write. Where in the world do you get ideas from? I can’t speak for every writer. I can … Continue reading

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Welcome

I promise this blog is not going to be one endless thanks after another, but I have had a number of people who have subscribed to my site. There are some future blogs in the works. I hope to inspire … Continue reading

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