How bout some zombies? I may have to check out a few of these. Stay Focused and Write On!
I mentioned submitting to this collaborative poem sponsored by Indiana’s poet laureate. I’m happy to say some of my lines made it in. Check it out. It’s a beast of a poem but pretty cool. Stay Focused and Write On!
It’s November, a.k.a., National Novel Writing Month. I’m going to be busy with doing my own version of this. I’m not writing a novel. I’m clearing out all the little short story ideas that I haven’t worked out. Hopefully it gets me close to the 50,000 word target. This will probably be my longest blog for the month, but I’ll try to post some quick ones throughout the process. For anyone else trying this, here’s a few tips. Stay Focused and Write On!
Here’s a little something to get you in the Halloween spirit. I had forgotten about some of these movies. Silver Bullet and Lady in White were two of my favorites as a kid.
Here’s a little something I carved out of the advice column in the local newspaper the other day. Stay Focused and Write On!
Verbal and emotional incompatibility
can leave you high and dry,
Which negatively affects better solutions.
This combination of sacrifices leaves no reward,
for keeping your expectations in check,
and can cause a lot of grief in the long run
I saw this trailer for Guillermo del Torro’s new movie and I believe it’s a must see for any horror fan worth their salt. Check out the trailer. You’ll be glad you did. Stay Focused and Write On!
It’s been a minute since my last post. I was on vacation, so I didn’t get much time to do all the social media stuff. But I’m back at it now. I did manage to finish a rough draft of a short story and submit a few lines of poetry to Project 411, which I mentioned previously.
Anyway, here’s another cut up for your enjoyment. Stay Focused and Write On!
We must always view our potential as a whole problem
The question is, how to witness the overall layout from within?
The best we can hope to do,
given the circumstances,
is cash out before the situation is dispersed beyond our sight.