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Drudgery & Determination

The hardest part of writing is the rewriting. When you finish the rough draft you feel like you see the light at the end of the tunnel. That is nowhere near the truth. The reality is you aren’t even halfway

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Off to the Races

More than ten years after the idea came to me, I can finally let go and release ‘hero’ into the universe. I thank whatever force gave me the idea and moving on to the next book. The Boys of Brighton

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Editing Process

Since I’m deep in the editing process, I thought I would share the process I have developed to structure my editing. Please note, this is my process. It may not, in fact probably will not work for you. It only

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Must Focus Now

I’m sitting in the international terminal at O’Hare airport waiting for my flight to Amsterdam and then onto Istanbul. I’ll try to take some interesting pictures so I can share. I wont be leaving my writing behind (as if I

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Push on

Progress on the three books is hit or miss but at least it’s still forward. It’s tough sometimes squeezing in the time to do it. Plus, it’s exhausting. So many people say they want to write a book, but so

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One more step

I hired someone on #Fiverr to revamp my personal website which I will be using for a variety of purposes. Number one of course is to tell people about my books. You can find it here: Keep in mind

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I’m Back

a nice break it’s been but in order to be a writer you have to write. I’ve jumped back into the corporate rat race but I try to write a few hundred words every day of my third book, A

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