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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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Word Of The Every Other Day

curfew noun KER-fyoo Definition 1 : the sounding of a bell at evening 2 a : a regulation enjoining the withdrawal of usually specified persons (such as juveniles or military personnel) from the streets or the closing of business establishments … Continue reading

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The Great Wall of Nothingness

                               Hello to all out there in wonderland—it’s been a while, four or five weeks. Ok, since exactly May 20th, one can’t forget a day such as that. I’ll try my best to explain. On that seemingly normal morning, … Continue reading

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Novel Beginning/Ending Advice

  Some good advice on those pesky, sometimes annoying choices involved in the openings and endings to your story. Write Fearlessly How to Write a Memorable Beginning and Ending by Melissa Tydell An intriguing beginning and a strong ending act … Continue reading

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Question of the Week

     Do you keep, or attempt to keep, a writing schedule? Two hundred words a day, five hundred, or maybe even a chapter a day—personally, I have tried keeping a schedule but failed miserably. If I’m not in the mood … Continue reading

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