Category: Writing Adventure

E-Feds and Writing, What Lessons I Learned (And More ‘War Stories’)

This is the final part of this series. In the past two articles I spoke about my long history in e-wrestling, and the link to my writing This is part three. MBC Mighty Bastard Championship started about a year before AEWA ended. The ‘owner’ was one of the top bad guys there, and when I […]

Making Snow-Mageddon Useful

I was shut-in today (Feb. 13, 2019) due to the record snowfall outside (for my American readers it was more than 1 foot of it. It’s 2 days later when I finish this post, Feb. 15. Belated Happy Valen Day. Rather than do nothing on my time off, I was as productive: Continued Ninja Writing I spoke of that in my last post. I worked on the next draft […]

Welcome, 2019!

I’m becoming an old man: I fell asleep, missing the ball drop, and woke after 3 AM… in the new year. Many folks will make resolutions for the year. I’m not one of them. Folks Always Fail Them Instead, I do things differently, and get a lot of stuff done as a result: I Make […]

Changing Views

Over time my views on different facets of writing have changed, in some ways contradicting other, previous posts on this blog: Reading While Writing Here’s my past view on this. Things changed from a quote by Stephen King. I don’t like King as a person thanks to a meeting years ago, but I still think […]

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