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Preparing for November

So NaNoWriMo approaches, and I have put my name into the hat in hopes of forcing myself to get into a rhythm. I’ve slacked off lately in regards to writing and I hate it. I need goal, a deadline, something. It’s probably a residual affect from those years as a journalist. I signed up for […]

The Price of Favors – Chapter 3

It’s time for another chapter from “The Price of Favors.” If you missed the others you can check out Chapter 1 or Chapter 2 to catch up.  Chapter 3 He pulled his car into the usual parking space at the rear of the building taking notice of a black Lincoln Town Car as he placed […]

The Price of Favors – Chapter 2

I’m continuing to post chapters, up to five at least, onto the blog. Hope you enjoy. Chapter 2 The Saint, one of many local bars, resides on Louisville Avenue a mile or so from Mickey’s Saloon, six blocks from the Ouachita River. The Irish Pub has been around for close to 20 years and developed […]

What I have to offer

Writing a novel is hard. Don’t let anyone tell you different. It’s especially hard when you have a daytime job, a wife, kids, dogs, a house to work on, grass to mow, lawnmowers to fix, and so on makes finding time to write a constant battle. But, writing is also fun. It’s rewarding, and once […]

(Yet to be titled)

Of all the post I’ve seen on various blogs the ones I don’t like are the ones that start off, “I haven’t been here in a while,” or some variation of that. So now I have some news. Since my last post (groan), I’ve been busy with my day job, reading, taking care of kids, […]