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A few teaser chapters of Xeresgate that you WON’T see on Amazon… ;)

Because my actual fans show up to my blog first (and not the troll flytrap that Amazon is), I will be rewarding the faithful with a look at some of the better chapters that lie beyond the initial eight or … Continue reading

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The Final Countdown

I don’t want to put too much emphasis on it (in case I [or circumstances] end up disappointing me again), but my novel… my magnum opus, if you will… is on a do-or-die schedule to be completed and available for … Continue reading

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Respect goes up; Love comes down

I remember talking with my mom about this the other night, and thought it was a worthy enough topic to expound upon a bit.  Before I get into it too much, I have to reintroduce a concept that has been … Continue reading

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It’s Time (Again) to Address the Peanut Gallery

As readers of mine who have read me for long enough can tell you, I have addressed the reason my comments are moderated before.  But considering this new jackass obviously hasn’t read me for that long, allow me to say … Continue reading

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It’s Like Dowsing for Accountability!

(In other words, I expect this to have as good of a chance for success.) As a writer, both my biggest motivator (and potentially biggest fear) is accountability.  (I suppose that should just say “As me…”, but this is about … Continue reading

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The Introduction of a Stranger

Rarely do I get put in odd situations by complete strangers (not since leaving Facebook, anyway), but a recent would-be comment-poster put me in one today.  Considering there was no way left to me by this person to respond back … Continue reading

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New words for the week!

As I’ve increased my online reading (a decent measure of my offline boredom) about tenfold over the past few months, I’ve happened upon writers with vocabularies just as extensive as mine… much to my utter bewilderment.  There have even been … Continue reading

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I <3 Painkillers

Now, as “addictive-personality” as that title sounds, allow me to expound upon that simple statement. Everyone that reads this blog regularly knows that I love medieval times… not necessarily the (very entertaining) restaurant, but the time period.  That said, there … Continue reading

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10 Questions you WISH someone would ask you…

In my short lifetime (relative to the sun, civilization, and dirt), I’ve filled out a survey or two – mostly on friends’ Facebook accounts (back in the day – I don’t really “do” FB anymore).  The most annoying thing is … Continue reading

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Separating the Wheat from the Chaff

After a few comments I received following yesterday’s blog posting, I felt it necessary to further focus the Truth beam on it – so after this post, there will be a pinpointed laser on the subject of public servants. Let … Continue reading

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