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Exiting 2018: Full-Timer in the Making

My first-ever flash fiction publication bore the following author bio: “Steve Husk has two full time jobs: web applications development, and fathering three kids. His has discovered fragments of time between the two, and uses them to create a writing … Continue reading

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Exiting 2018 – Sacred Place, Delaware

My first trip to Rehoboth Beach, Delaware was in the Summer of ’74, with my church youth group. I was introduced to Thrashers Boardwalk Fries and salt water taffy. I was introduced to miniature golf within walking distance of where … Continue reading

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Exiting 2018

At some point during the last month of every year, most people with any type of Web presence post their introspections and feelings concerning the year they’re about to exit. Their reasons for doing this are their own, and I … Continue reading

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Instead of NaNoWriMo…

I wish success for all those who are participating in this year’s NaNoWriMo. More importantly, I’m cheering for all of you to learn something new about the craft of storytelling, and to have a lot of fun in the process. … 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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NaNoNextPhase

I’ve been enjoying the blog posts of those currently participating in Camp NaNoWriMo, sharing their tales of accomplishment vs falling short, their battles with distraction vs their moments of clarity, their bouts with writer’s block vs waves of creativity and … Continue reading

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Five Rings of Distraction

Every two years, I step back from what I’m doing for approximately two weeks and allow the Olympics to distract me. This time, it’s the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang. I’ve always enjoyed athletic competition, whether participating or spectating. I even … Continue reading

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