Category Archives: On Reading & Writing

What Do Writers Read?

“The First 20 Hours, How to Learn Anything…Fast” by Josh Kaufman. It should be titled, “The First 20 Hours, How to Discover if You Have Discipline”. It may or may not have played into last Friday’s blog. I love to read and I’m sad to report that I haven’t read a fiction novel in a […]

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Olympics in the Bouncy Castle

Olympic athletes are showing the world what it takes to put on big girl panties and bring home the gold. They are excellent examples of dedication, determination, sportsmanship, and deception. Feel free to pull your inspiration where you find it. I sit in the LazyBoy with a fist full of nachos and I’m almost inspired […]

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Ghostwriter: a writer who authors books, manuscripts, blog posts, stories, texts, music, memoirs, political speeches, cookbooks, hip-hop lyrics, college term papers, wedding invitations, drug prescriptions, and generally anything at all – but will never get the credit for it – because you were hired by a big fat cheater cheater pumpkin eater. Who are these […]

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