Really bad books and why we love them
/ March 26, 2015 0 COMMENTS

One of the hardest things to deal with as a writer who knows how to write is witnessing the heaps of fame and riches being heaped upon the sort of writing that makes the illiterate among us appear as learned scribes capable of reciting Plato and Shakespeare at a moment’s notice. We suffer/tolerate/endure  “The Bridges of Madison County,” or “Fifty…

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Who Stole the Zmulobeast? Chapter 3, Scene 2
/ March 26, 2015 0 COMMENTS

Chief was starting to get the same kind of look on her face as the one Maria had when I pounded on her about getting too attached to the Zmulo fur. Chief apologized pretty quickly, then told Arthur to start things off by telling us all what the three of them had found out. She…

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I’m too tired to write. So I wrote this
/ March 25, 2015 0 COMMENTS

So a funny thing happened on the way to this post. I was gonna write about something else. And I’m still planning on writing about that something else (most likely next Monday is what it looks like right now), because it’s a really good topic I think and I want to run my mouth about…

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The Mayonnaise Murders, Chapter 5, Scene 1
/ March 25, 2015 0 COMMENTS

Chicken revenge is a serious thing. The way these birds saw it, they had a score to settle with the Mother planet, and they were gonna settle big. I mean real big. We’re talkin poultry with a plan. All those years of gettin kicked around and abused had made them real good at stayin focused…

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When living the dream kills the hype
/ March 24, 2015 1 COMMENTS

It was never about a choice. Not really. But even though I didn’t have much of a choice in the matter about whether I would one day become a writer and musician, living the dream, it still took me nearly fifty years to get to this point. Kind of gives new meaning to that phrase,…

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