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Man of the Mountain

Man of the Mountain

This is part two of the story I started in Child of the Plains. I got the idea for this particular story during our drive to Calgary. It was my first time passing through the Canadian Rockies and I was stunned by the majesty and diversity of the mountain faces. In fact, the more I …

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Child of the Plains

Child of the Plains

Since I’m about to wrap up the 7 Deadly Domerins series, it’s time to start a new one. I’m really enjoying these little serials, actually. It’s giving me a chance to explore the grey space between short and long fiction. A lot of these ideas might eventually make their way into novels but, for now, …

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What NaNoWriMo Can Do For Experienced Writers

What NaNoWriMo Can Do For Experienced Writers

Anyone who’s ever strung more than ten words of story together has heard of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). It’s been around as long as I’ve been on the Internet. It probably isn’t going anywhere any time soon. For those unfamiliar, NaNoWriMo takes place in November. The idea is to write an entire novel (50,000 …

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Farewell 2018

Farewell 2018

I admit, 2018 feels like a blur. The kind where you dig your fingers into a project, get super involved and look up an hour later to find that, actually, three weeks have passed. I set a lot of ambitious goals for 2018, despite my focus on healthy work habits. That meant accepting from the …

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Miscommunication By Request

Miscommunication By Request

It’s an odd title. It’s an odd story. Most of the scenes I’ve posted that relate to my table top RPG group have been things my characters did off camera. The results of things that happened during a session but didn’t warrant diverting game time. But I’ve also been on the lookout for striking session …

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