Monthly Archives: March 2013

Word of the Every Other Day

gaumless \GAWM-lis\  adjective: lacking in vitality or intelligence; stupid, dull, or clumsy. A little chuckle shook the Major, but he said regretfully: “Nay, I’m too gaumless.” — Georgette Heyer, The Unknown Ajax, 1959 “Did I ever look so stupid: so … Continue reading

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Question Of The Week

Who is the greatest villain of all time; be it in books, film, television, or your own nightmares and what three characteristics must all great villains have?

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A Broken Family Tree

             Daniel Cooper sat in his office chair behind his imitation oak desk gazing at the clocks hands move the way only a clocks hands can move. Ogilville Indiana sat perched on a Friday evening waiting for the weekend … Continue reading

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Publishing Questions

Hey writers. I’m been wondering lately about publishing and how the whole process works. I’m about 3/4 of the way done with my first novel and would truly like to see it out there in the world getting read but … Continue reading

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Check out this website

Hey everybody. It’s been a while. Thought I’d share this link to a pretty cool site I came across. Hope you enjoy. storycartel.com/courseinfo Write Fearlessly

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