Monthly Archives: May 2012

Short Story: The Paperboy

In August, 2011, one of the writers’ groups I belong to, The Round Hill Writers’ Group, set a writing prompt:  Tell a story about a paperboy.  I had just started attending the meetings, so I wanted to write the story, … Continue reading

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When Outlining is Really Pantsing

When I wrote my first novel, I pants it.  I had a handful of milestones that I knew I wanted to hit and the story meandered to those milestones.  Frankly, looking back on it, it’s unreadable.   I liked the concept … Continue reading

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Getting Started

Here it is.  I decided I’d try blogging my experiences as writer, good and bad. In a perfect world, I’ll post once a week or more.  We’ll see.  I work a full-time job, participate in two writers’ groups, golf, read, … Continue reading

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