Monthly Archives: August 2014

Choosing Opportunities

Last week, I turned down the opportunity to have a short story entitled “Man Up” published in an anthology. One of my goals is to write and publish. So, why did I decline? My story’s word count is 4300 words–the … Continue reading

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Atlas Shrugged, Part III–Who Is John Galt? Kickstarter

Some time back, I contributed to the Atlas Shrugged, Part III Kickstarter campaign. I feel strongly that this movie (as well as the prior two) need to be made. Not only is the story good, but the message needs to … Continue reading

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Horseback Riding

In “A Game of Shadows,” Sherlock Holmes said that horses “were dangerous at both ends and crafty in the middle.” I never had reason to disbelieve him. I never felt the need to ride. It’s the 21st century–horses are so … Continue reading

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