Monthly Archives: January 2016

Tap A Vein

PC: Kris Atomic via Unsplash.com “Writing is really very easy. Tap a vein and bleed onto the page. Everything else is just technical.” ~Derrick Jensen

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First Lines: A Screaming

“A screaming comes across the sky.” First line from Gravity’s Rainbow  by Thomas Pynchon

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Posted in First lines, on writing, trivia

The Beauty Of A Snowy Winter

This weekend, winter storm Jonas visited us. We collected 32 inches of snow and while the roads are looking clean (albeit with mountains of snow on all sides), our schools haven’t resumed yet. Which means, we are still on a

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The Daily Routine Of An Independent Author

From Amazon KDP, a peek into indie authors’ daily routines. Interesting how authors weave their writing schedules around their daily life in pretty much the same way. My day is similar. Workday begins as soon as the kiddo leaves for school. 1000

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Ninth Planet Lurking Out There?

Imagine a ninth planet lurking in the outer fringes of the solar system. Far, far away, beyond the orbit of Pluto. That’s what astronomers at the California Institute of Technology have announced in a paper published in the Astronomical Journal. No,

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