Writers, Reach for the Heavens | Part 2

Shake off the doubt and respectfully accept the difference between heavenly feelings and Earthly feelings. Part of the Earthly understanding of those heavenly feelings is the sense of weightlessness, of flight, of peace, of tranquility. Terri Main once said: “You are a writer. The ‘normal’ ship sailed without you long ago.” And part of being... Continue Reading →

What You Can Learn From Plot Twists

I am going to be fair here. I’ll be talking about Star Wars some more. Much of it involves the so-called “Sequels.” So, there will be spoilers. Maybe I should’ve said this at the beginning of my last post. But whatever. I didn’t. So, here we are. Going along with the theme of beginnings here... Continue Reading →

Perfe-malism v. The Writing Life

I am a perfectionist and a minimalist. Being a perfectionist is hard work. Being a minimalist is hard work. Especially when one is a perfectionist, a minimalist, and a writer. Perfectionism: a refusal to accept any standard short of perfection. Minimalism: a style or technique (as in music, literature, or design) that is characterized by extreme spareness... Continue Reading →

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