Apparently, I have begun writing my sequel to Jeremy Shuttle Adventures (currently using the imaginative title of “Jeremy Shuttle Adventures II”). I threw out a couple of intro chapters on the blog the last couple of posts, but a … Read the rest
After a sinus or allergy (or both) induced dead day on Friday, I’m back to complete (or is that, “continue”) my “live” writing experiment from last week.
For those coming in late, you can catch up by reading that post, … Read the rest
Okay, here’s a new experiment for me, “real-time” writing.
In this case, my squeaky leather chair (quite annoying) and blog post will serve as surrogates for my chair on a sandy beach and baby laptop.
I can’t suggest how successful … Read the rest
Longtime readers of my blog or bio know that I wrote the majority of my books in a chair on the beach in South Florida (specifically, my current city, Boca Raton). Heck, even my Facebook page shows me as “Writer … Read the rest
Six and a half years. It’s not a lot, but it might be more than other people get. Regardless, it’s all the time I had and despite some regrets and mistakes along the way, it’s something I can make peace … Read the rest
I’m going to make this “Return to Writing Week” here on the JMD blog. It’ll be a series of writing-related posts and maybe, perhaps, even a bit of writing.
I’ll start off with this here blog. Almost simultaneous to me … Read the rest
Gee, I sure hope not!
The final day of shared self-reflection on my (now willing to admit) interesting life. We pick up from where we were yesterday, fired at the nadir of the financial crisis of 2009.
Nobody wants me… Read the rest
Or, I wonder how many post titles he can come up with using the word “wonder”.
Moving on from my youth, my teen years were marked by a life-changing event: I was now old enough to become gainfully employed.
Of … Read the rest
Which can also be read as “I wonder how he got to be like that”.
In the first installment of my series of self-reflective posts about how I’ve led an interesting life after all, we begin at the beginning.
It’s … Read the rest
Or, more precisely, out of space.
As I recently mentioned, I’ve given up on trying to read via an e-reader (in my case, a Kindle). That leaves me in an untenable position, however.
Because, I don’t just like paperbacks (and … Read the rest