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Crisis and the Writer or “Why’s Life Keep Messin’ Wit Me?”

All writers start out with two things.

  1. A good idea for a story
  2. Good intentions

The rest really is up to each individual writer.  And the “rest” is a big BIG deal. Continue reading


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The Infuriation of True Talent (reposted from my non-writing blog)

First of all, infuriation is a word. I called it. My world. My rules.

Second, as I recently revealed, I’ve been on a mission to get a book written by the years end (or maybe next May actually, but fingers crossed).  I also do music and photoshop art (like art garfunkle). Continue reading

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Writing: Just Doing It

Truth be told, I’ve had little story ideas for years.  Many of my friends have also had some really great ideas for stories for years, even decades.  I can’t even count the number  of times I’ve hung out with people that I’ve gone on communal tirades over how modern authors suck and how the movie industry doesn’t say anything that truly speaks to the soul; all with some exceptionally vague plan to one day set it all right with our obviously vastly superior abilities.

Typebars in a 1920s typewriter

Finding a time to write

Yet, nothing has come to fruition.  NOTTA!  Zip, zilch, nothing. And that’s not just for me, that’s for everyone I know (save that one over productive asshole that makes everyone look bad).  And the sad fact is that I know exactly why. Continue reading

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