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JACOBS PASS: Chapter 9

  Reaching the final turn on my trail that’s just before the downed maple tree where I plan to take another rest and try some of Walter’s fresh Local 88 I lift my eyes to see something I’ve only seen … Continue reading

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Jacobs Pass: Chapter 8

  The solemn silhouette sits crouched against the back wall of a world worn cabin watching as the sun begins its final descent into blackness of night. Rubbing his head with no comfort of another he sighs at the fading … Continue reading

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JACOBS PASS: Chapter 7

The door to Walters is just a door; I always thought it should be one of those old western swinging types but times change. Actually, time continues on its ever constant rate, and it seems that only styles and acceptance … Continue reading

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Question of the Week

http://www.gxgallery.com/ Which do you think makes for a more interesting Protagonist: An inner struggle or an obstacle that the world presents?

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Yet Another Way to Help You Find Your Character’s Core

A couple of weeks ago, you might remember, I posted some information about the Myers-Briggs personality chart to help a writer find a characters core that you could build upon. Well here’s another nice way to accomplish that that offers … Continue reading

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A Good Sample of One Way to Structure Your Story

     I don’t know about all of you out there in your desk chairs, kitchen chairs, recliners, couches, or if you’re like me; laying in bed with my laptop, well, on my lap attempting to throw myself down the rabbit … Continue reading

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