Category Archives: accomplished

Success!

After seven years of rejection and frustration, I’ve finally reached the holy grail of unpublished writers. Later this year I will finally see my name in print. I’ve crossed the enigmatic barrier from aspiring writer to legitimated contributor. The object … Continue reading

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Decompression

I’ve taken a few days off after finishing “Benevolence”. Hopefully it’s been an enjoyable read for those who’ve followed the serial. I’ve also set up a page to present the whole story for those who don’t want to read it … Continue reading

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One crazy summer

I don’t like to make too many plans during the summer months, only because the summer has a way of filling the time on its own. Today was the first day I’ve written substantially in nearly a week. It was … Continue reading

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