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This is the feed for my blog. I update the blog... occasionally? What's a phrase for "Not Terribly Frequently" that makes me sound busy rather than lazy? "When the mood strikes?", "As time allows?", "Every fortnight?" Hmmm.

I update the blog as much as I can. I'm writing, you know.

First and Ten

First and Ten

Sorry I’ve been absent from the blog – the holiday, a stupid cold and a laptop crash have all made the last week or so pretty crazy. I’m still working on the laptop issue, but the rest is nearly over with. I got an email…

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Work In Progress Wednesday

Work In Progress Wednesday

Yes, it’s Wednesday and I’m actually posting my WIP update. Imagine! I updated my progress on the novel over the weekend. I’m at 43,375 words or just about 51%. Not much progress to speak of on that, but I’ve really advanced on my steampunk/horror short…

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Wow. How far into August are we now? Ugh. July is a blur, a haze. Vacation rocked, but the prep for it, the vacation itself, the travel and the catching up afterward took most of the month. I also got to help out some good…

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Work In Progress Wednesday – Am I late yet?

Work In Progress Wednesday – Am I late yet?

I’ve given up on making excuses as to why I can’t get my Wednesday update posted somewhere around, I don’t know, Wednesday. Things happen, right? Call the the Mid-ish Week Update if that keeps you from throwing things. The book couldn’t be going better. I…

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Take me out to the ball game

Take me out to the ball game

My friend Brian had an extra ticket, so I blew some of my writing time to travel up to Cleveland last night to take in a ball game. It was the Indians versus the Yankees. This match up always puts me in an awkward predicament….

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Thursday Work in Progress has a nice ring to it

Thursday Work in Progress has a nice ring to it

Ok. I didn’t get the Wednesday Work in Progress up on time again. Another rough week, but getting better. Not much progress on the novel – a mere 300 or so words. Pitiful, really. I was doing that over the course of one lunch in…

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