November is over, as is National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo. I set out to write at least 50,000 words for my sequel novel, and I’m pleased to say I did it! Continue reading “NaNoWriMo – Victory!”
In a previous post, I announced that I was participating in National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo, and committing to writing at least 50,000 words of first draft text for my sequel novel in the month of November. I fell behind in the seventh day due to a basement emergency, but pledged to catch up. So how am I doing? Continue reading “NaNoWriMo – Week 2”
Some news this time of a more personal nature: I’ve moved to Colorado! After 30+ years in Syracuse, my wife and I have taken the leap, sold our house and 2 cars, and moved to Colorado Springs. Continue reading “A Change of Scenery”
One of the more significant people who encouraged me to write was my 12th-grade English teacher, Mrs. Barmasse. She taught Advanced English at my alma mater, Lewiston-Porter High School, which was accepted in lieu of Freshman English at Syracuse University (those were the days before AP classes). They don’t let just anybody teach those kind of classes, so you know Mrs. B was the cream of the crop. Continue reading “A Tribute to My Teacher”
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