Tag Archives: Stephen King

Do This. Don’t Do That.

I’ve been a slacker in the blogging department lately, not because I don’t have anything to say but rather because I’ve been speaking my truth in other areas. Plus, although I always did my best (with what I knew at … Continue reading

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Spiritual Direction and Science Fiction

  I’ve been reading like Martha Alston. She’s a sister bibliophile whom I met a dozen years ago when we were both working at Central Carolina. I had just started teaching there and was getting to know everyone. A friend … Continue reading

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Tell Me a Story

Can I write fiction? I don’t know. I do know that I have plenty of stories to share, not just mine, but also those of others. I can’t count the number of times that I’ve exclaimed, “What a story!” after … Continue reading

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A Space of Your Own

I like to get up early in the morning before the sun comes up and scoot upstairs to my own little space. I say “upstairs” when really my reading, writing, and thinking space is actually a room above the garage, … Continue reading

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Answering Rosa’s Question

Our conversation went something like this. I say “something like this” because I’m not so  hot at dialogue, and my memory is imperfect. So is everyone’s, but that’s a story for another day. “How do you go about writing a … Continue reading

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