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About timkeen40

When I was seven, I opened one of those little Golden Books (Lassie) and started copying the words down on paper and it set my soul on fire. I have been writing ever since. I don't know where this is going but I invite you along on the journey.

A New Beginning

New Beginning   When I am finally done with a story, I am done with it. At that point in time, is has gone from concept to completion and, due to my way of editing, it has been a grueling … Continue reading

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What I Learned from Watching Zombie Shows

Here are some fun and often unrealistic things I have learned from watching Zombie shows, as if anything realistic can be learned from watching Zombie shows.   Shotguns, pistols, and rifles hold an infinite number of rounds. They can be … Continue reading

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The Moment No One is Waiting For

Hello All, In checking into my blog this afternoon, I find it has been seven months since I last entered a blog. I know to some of you the inactivity could be perceived as  negligence or laziness. Maybe it a … Continue reading

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Oh What a Day       I am old enough to remember vividly where I was, what I was doing, and who delivered the news to me that Elvis Presley had died. Miss Addie stood in the front door of her little house … Continue reading

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How Do You Write?

How Do You Write?       I am interested in your words always. That’s the predominate reason I continue to blog after all these years. But I am also very interested in how you do it. What is your routine? Is … Continue reading

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I Had Nothing to Say

I Had Nothing to Say I tried to make a difference today From my podium above the fray But for you down in the trench With your fists firmly clenched My words had nothing to say Tim Keen 7/21/16 A … Continue reading

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Deadwood   I have been advised for very good reason, I think, that as a popular fiction genre, tales of the Old West should be considered off limits. It dominated story telling  in print, motion pictures, and television all the … Continue reading

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