Monthly Archives: February 2014

What’s Ahead?

I’ve been diligently studying about how to become a better writer, and my primary method has been reading and rereading sections of some well-written books. Honestly, that’s been my only method, and I’ve enjoyed it immensely, so much so that … Continue reading

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Ahab Lives On

I just started reading Brat Farrar last night, and I know I’m going to enjoy it. I ordered it for my Kindle based on several recommendations, the latest by Anna Quindlen in How Reading Changed my Life. Here’s the opening … Continue reading

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All About You

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All About You

How’d this happen? I now have  four blogs that relate to different areas of my life, five if you count the one I started as a way to get my psychology students involved in some dialogue. I’m wondering if they’re … Continue reading

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Show, Don’t Tell

I think I’m probably the only person in my writing group who doesn’t write fiction. It’s beginning to stress me out a little. Not a lot, just a skosh. I’ve done some experimenting with dialogue. It might not sound natural … Continue reading

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