It’s March, and I haven’t yet shared my word of the year. Or plans I have related to writing. Or a summary of what I wrote and published last year. I haven’t even blogged. What does this lack of content have to do with the title of this post? Let’s talk about that.
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The Land of Lost Chapters
There is a place in the heart of every writer where fragments of the stories not yet finished reside. I call mine the land of lost chapters. Some exist in the physical world—paragraphs or pages in one of the many notebooks dotted about my house. Others live in the nested folders of my OneDrive, separatedContinue reading “The Land of Lost Chapters”
Anyone else feel like they’ve been holding their breath for the past two years? So many aspects of our lives are simply on hold. We’re waiting, breath held, for a return to normal.
That’s their story and they’re sticking to it
This post is less a review and more just my thoughts on The Last of Us Part II and will include spoilers for the first game, the second, and for the Mass Effect games. The first time I played Mass Effect 2, I did not have a good time. I remember feeling angry about Shepard’sContinue reading “That’s their story and they’re sticking to it”
Like most writers, I enjoy talking about my craft. Much of my process is patched together with tips from friends, writers’ blogs, workshops, and books. So, it’s my hope, when I post an article like this, that my tips will help someone else refine their process—or at least give them something new to try. This post isContinue reading “Writing Blocks”