25 Jan 2015: Having agonized about something for too long, I’m out the door, taking decent strides as I land on the sidewalk.
One of the blessings of unemployment is all the extra time it frees up. One of the challenges is figuring out how to best fill that extra time. And for me there’s been an added bonus: self-discovery- that opportunity to find out a few things about myself.
How can you tell when posters on your website are so full of spam, their eyes are brown? Well, judging from the posts I’ve been receiving lately, the answer is pretty obvious:
What is the difference between technical and creative writing?
The rain started falling early this morning on our parched town of Ojai. A fine drizzly Oregon-type mist, as Carol called it, but water just the same.
Saw a great quote today from my online writing teacher at Gotham Writers Workshop. It is from Charles Baxter, about the need for conflict in a story: “Say what you will about it, Hell is story-friendly.”
It would be a shame to not share this additional steaming heap of disingenuous comments (or spam) from my former website:
Having set up a web site some time ago, I learned the hard way that not all those who visited were there for the writing.