Author Archive: tyunglebower

Flawless Victory

This past Christmas, I got a plug-and-play retro Sega Genesis. It comes with about 80 games built into the unit itself, which you can then attach to your TV, and play, with no cartridges. (Though it also accepts any Sega cartridges you may still have.) I bought myself the Nintendo equivalent of this last summer, …

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“Re” Times 3

It’s a rainy final day of the year here where I live. (Maryland.) My one prospect for a New Year’s Eve gathering has become tentative. I’ve not been a regular presence on my own blog in months, and I’ve not laid out a grand plan for 2019. Actually, I have no official plan at all …

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(Repost) Yes, Virginia, There Was a Writer

Due to it being the most reprinted newspaper editorial in the history of the English language (verified), most people, regardless of their faith, are familiar with this piece, known now to history as “Yes, Virginia. There is a Santa Claus.” Unsigned at the time of its publication in The Sun in 1897, it was of course written in …

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“A Curtain Falls”

A few days ago, I published the final post in my blog, Always Off Book. I had only posted on the blog three times this year, but it has been officially active for 13 years. Thirteen years. That’s a long time for me to do anything, not to mention a long time to keep anything …

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#READLocalDC Blog Hop!

I’ve been asked to participate in a blog hop for DC area writers and authors. They want us to mention how the Washington, D.C are inspires our writing. None of my novels have taken place in the District itself, thus far. Yet to be this close to the nation’s capital does affect the process of …

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