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Write as if your life depends on it.

Writing is hard. Okay, allow me to expand on my initial words. Writing fiction capable of holding a reader in the story until she, or he, reaches THE END is damn difficult. Truth time. How many books have you read … Continue reading

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Why do I write?

Last week I had coffee with a woman who has read my book, The Summer of Annah, and she asked me ‘Why do you write?’ I almost blurted out ‘Because I like writing!’ However, I then took a moment to … Continue reading

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New Moons and Virtual Reality

Today was the day I planned on the paperback version of Annah hitting the virtual bookshelves of Amazon. I even arranged a celebration. Okay, in truth it wasn’t much of a celebration–a lit candle and some ice cream.   Sadly, … Continue reading

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A journey of becoming a storyteller begins with a single word.

Lao Tzu is quoted as saying “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” I wonder if he was speaking literally or figuratively? Most likely figuratively and that’s how I’ll use his insightful wisdom in this post. … Continue reading

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