Monthly Archives: February 2016

Stealing Time

How do I find the time to write? It’s easy: you steal time from your kids, your spouse, your pets and yourself. You can also neglect your chores, your work, your health and your friends. See where I’m going with this? … Continue reading

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Writing Is A Lonely Affair

Writing is a lonely affair. I often think I would be a better writer if I lived an ascetic life. Partly because the act of writing is a never ending churn of creativity and perfectionism, partly because giving yourself permission … Continue reading

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Short Story Editing

I read about 300 short stories a year and I’d like to share some thoughts on how to improve your story.   Know where to start your story. Sometimes you’re five pages in and you realize that the fifth page … Continue reading

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