Posts Tagged humor

Confession of an OCD Writer


As a writer, I rely on experiences, both past and present, for fuel in writing my stories. In that light, I am a person that deeply contemplates life. I reflect on the characters and events that shaped my past, and I deliberate about the here and now. I can sometimes manifest thoughts about a near […]

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Drawing Scenes and Characters


A month ago, I finally broke down and invested in technology. This is a big deal for me since I’m not a guy that embraces tech items. I don’t own a smart phone, an iPad, an iPod, a laptop, a Kindle reader, or any of the other devices that many of you most likely possess. […]

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Procrastination


As a writer, procrastination can impede my ability to develop story ideas into completed works. In order to avoid procrastination, I must first understand exactly what procrastination is. What is procrastination? It is the delaying, or the putting off, of tasking on a (sometimes urgent) situation. Usually, this is the delaying of completing a less […]

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The Liebster Award


It’s always nice when fellow writers shout out peer writers through recognition and awards. Although awards are great, I am not a big fan of talking about myself. I don’t like to do it if I don’t have to. Talented funny girl, Author Donna Joy Usher of Australia, says I must chatter about myself because […]

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