Monthly Archives: September 2013

30 September 2013

Isn’t it amazing how a writer can follow the suffering of their characters and be helpless to do anything about it? I mean, I could end it and make it all rosy and sunny, but the pen will not cooperate … Continue reading

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27 September 2013

On the brink of October, the morning is definitely fall like: fog, wet, cold. Some gremlin came in the night and pulled one of the insulators away from the post so the wire was hanging. I fixed that and put … Continue reading

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Who’s Driving: Character, Action or Setting

Who’s Driving: Character, Action or Setting.

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25 September 2013

Honeycombs…I’m thinking of the cereal. It is so sweet and tasty with coffee and no milk. If you go out for an early morning ride, the lovely little yellow pieces fit nicely in a pocket for munching. When I write, … Continue reading

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23 September 2013

Gentle rain showers this morning and cold…so grey and windy…so much writing could be done, but alas, I must go to work. Sigh.

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20 September 2013

Lately I’ve been doing a lot of contemplating about “my perfect writing space.” My wish list includes: surrounded by windows, large space with comfortable desk and chair, open, airy, rich tones in walls and floor (maybe wood, or plush carpet), … Continue reading

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Java Junkie #110

Java Junkie #110.

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