Of Promises and Gauntlets

My good friend Aaron has done it again.  If you don’t know what I’m talking about, please go back a day and read his previous post.  That should clue you in to what I mean. What?  You still don’t know?  I’m being overly obscure?  Even Aaron doesn’t know what I’m talking about? Honestly people, I thought you had all learned to read minds by now. But you are correct.  I am being a bit unclear.  Perhaps it is just my own paranoid, ego-centric self seeing things that aren’t there, but I could have sworn that Aaron was challenging me to another Nanowrimo. Even Terry is getting into the act.  I heard him clearly say that he had successfully completed the last […]

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Hats Off to a Master

Two weeks ago I wrote about Robert Jordan’s untimely passing.  It came as a real shock to me, as I believe I mentioned at the time, but it also got me thinking more strongly about a series of posts I have been meaning to write. I’ve actually had the title to this post sitting ready to go for the past five weeks or so, but I always had something else come up that seemed more relevant at the time.  I believe it is time to finally put words to title. Let me begin by saying that the author I’m about to mention epitomizes everything I want to be as an author.  She has been writing for several decades and continues […]

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Dramatic Change

I woke up this morning with the feeling that I had forgotten something.  It didn’t take long for me to realize that I hadn’t yet written my post for today. Shame on me. It’s not like I haven’t had the time this week.  As you probably know, I am moving to a new company and a new job next week.  My current boss graciously gave me this week off to ease the mental transition.  Except, for some odd reason, I still ended up thinking about work every single day this week. It could be because I was still getting questions from my colleagues every day, I suppose.  It could also be because, until yesterday afternoon, I still had all my work […]

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