Monthly Archives: February 2012

Writing is a Lot Like, Umm…

Being hit with a heavy dose of inspiration is a lot like diarrhea. Yeah. I said it. You’re sitting somewhere, minding your own business, when all of a sudden a tide of creative mojo washes over you. Plot problems resolve … Continue reading

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Writing Totally Sucks, But I Love It

Steven King once said that writing, even on the worst day, is a lot like being on a playground. I agree with him. Most of the time. In reality, many times writing is that playground, except it’s haunted by ghostly … Continue reading

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Rural Roller Skating: Evolved, Yet Exactly the Same

I grew up in a relatively rural area where existence was pretty simple. My biggest pleasure in life was getting to sit in the cart at Wal-Mart and snarf down a freshly microwaved bean burrito smothered in cheese ooze, then … Continue reading

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