Category Archives: Reading

What I’ve Been Up To

Here is what I’ve been up to: My manuscript submission exploits are a bit slow at this time, mainly because I only have one brand new story completed. I’ve got two other stories close to completion, which I’m sure will … Continue reading

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Books of Influence – Baseball is a Funny Game

Welcome back to my Books of Influence series. Even though I’m essentially still at the beginning of this chronicle (elementary school), I’ve enjoyed wandering back into the past to see exactly what effect literature had on the way I interpret … Continue reading

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Books of Influence – Go, Dog. Go!

Go, Dog. Go! (P.D. Eastman) Why did I like this book so much? Because it had race cars. Obviously. And it featured dogs. I’ve always liked dogs. This book finds its way on my list because it was the first … Continue reading

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LINK – Discrimination in the Writing World

This was one of the last topics I ever wanted to see. We’ve got more than enough discrimination in the ‘real’ world as it is. I’m bummed to see it has also invaded a realm I go to for a … Continue reading

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Discoverations

Some discoveries I have made about myself these last few weeks: My handwriting is getting tinier and more illegible than ever before. This discovery came to me last month when I started transcribing my handwritten 2017 NaNoWriMo manuscript. I remember … Continue reading

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Somewhat Related

Although not everything I do in my life involves and/or revolves around writing, many of my activities could still be considered somewhat related to my storytelling pursuits. Periodically, I check out articles discussing quantum computing. As a former software developer, … Continue reading

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Stephen, L. Ron, and a Bunch of Other People

I’ve been in the bad habit of not checking in on current events when I first wake up in the morning like I used to, so I didn’t know about Stephen Hawking’s passing until I was already at work. One … Continue reading

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