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Strong like bull

People of Earth–your objects are too heavy, and your replacement spine technology too infantile. Thus I am laid low while the steroids pumped into my back disperse and do their magic business. If I write part of my novel while … Continue reading

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Chapter One Done–wait, what?

Hooray, Chapter One is done. Again. Yes, we’ve been here before people. Although happy with Chapter One, I was not happy with the beginning of Chapter Two. And it got worse. Then worse. Then worse some more. And then I … Continue reading

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Chapter One — Hoorah!

Chapter one of THE NEW NOVEL (first draft) is done. Now is the time on Sprockets when we dance.

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Dear Rejector

Dear Anonymous Publisher, I respect your right to reject my work. It probably warranted rejection. However, must you then send me spam email advertising your publication when: A. I did not request emails concerning your publication B. You just rejected … Continue reading

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Batman and the Lion are friends

Imagination is a wonderful thing. My son was playing in the next room and telling his giant stuffed penguin that Batman (three inch posable Batman figure) and the Lion (one inch plastic lion that growls convincingly) were friends. All three … Continue reading

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