Tag Archives: non-fiction

Launch! “Thoughts I Wrote Down…” is Now Live!

The time for even more of my opinions has come. My essay collection, Thoughts I Wrote Down Because I Hate Talking to People is now live at several merchant sites. It will become available in several others in the coming days. Here is a universal link to see if your preferred source for ebooks has it. …

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Coming Soon: My First Non-Fiction

My third novel will be published sometime this summer, but before that, (on an as yet undetermined launch date) I will publish my first book of non-fiction. It’s called, Thoughts I Wrote Down Because I Hate Talking To People. Snarky, no? It will be a collection of about 20 informal essays, written by yours truly. It …

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Potpourri

General thoughts and recent adventures. -I am sore for a second straight day, for multiple reasons. The first and main reason is that a few days ago, I engaged in some aerobics. Actually I engaged in exactly one half of the first, baby steps training lesson on a DVD of aerobic exercises. My attempt to …

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Don’t Struggle With Every Word.

I take pride in my writing. Being a writer, I have to. I’m not about to have my name on lazy trash. I grant you, any given piece of writing may not be a masterpiece from within my opus, but not everything I write is intended to be. Still, I believe my quality control is …

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A Reminder for Introverted Writers

I’m calling this a “reminder” instead of “advice” because most introverts already know about what I’m going to address here.  But the everyday realities of being introverted can at times cloud that realization, and make us reluctant to accept it. This post serves just as much as a reminder to myself as to anyone else. …

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