The title of the post refers to the movie of the same name, a fun picture I recommend highly for some good science fiction, tongue-in-cheek humor and neat special effects. If you put Blade Runner on one end of the … Read the rest
Monthly Archives: August 2013
Long ago, when my birthdays were still about getting gifts (and not just hosting a barbecue), I received an especially valuable gift from one of my friends.
I am an avid baseball fan and an avid barbecuer. Add them together … Read the rest
Except on rare occasions, I don’t blog on the weekend. The same goes for writing. I treat my writing like a job: work at it during the week and take the weekend to relax, do chores and visit family and … Read the rest
Sometimes I just can’t write. Sometimes it’s mental, like we discussed yesterday. Sometimes it’s physical, the vagaries of health. Sometimes it’s tropical, as the mercurial weather of my beloved state can wreak havoc with little warning and at any time.… Read the rest
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Writing is funky. Well, I can say that for me…I can only assume it’s likewise funky for many … Read the rest
We’ve already gone over the “old”, as I’ve explained about my return to using the laptop in writing “What Now?”, Book 3 in the Jeremy Shuttle Adventures. That’s the same way I wrote Book 1 (“What if?”) and I detailed … Read the rest
I started writing the final book of my trilogy (“What Now?” for you latecomers) using notepads, similar to the way I had written Book 2 (“What Next?”- helpful reminder #2). After five chapters, I switched back to the laptop, ostensibly … Read the rest
Over the course of blogging, I’ve made occasional mention of the “right” way to blog. Based on professionals and experts everywhere, having a single theme and targeting potential readers (subscribers) to that theme generates the best performance of a website. … Read the rest
It’s a fine line, right? Are you holding to higher standards and beliefs or are you just childishly unwilling to budge?
In some ways, the question is as confusing as the motivations that go into the behavior. Stubbornness usually connotes … Read the rest
Back when I first started this journey, back all the way to the first tinkerings on What if?, I considered how to keep all my previous co-workers and friends updated on my progress writing.
Inspired and influenced, no doubt, by … Read the rest