Monthly Archives: February 2017

Lessons in Editing

I know it’s been awhile since I posted anything about my manuscript, The Darkest Hour. That’s because I’ve been editing LIKE CRAZY.To give you an idea of what I mean, it is now about half as long as the version … Continue reading

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A Geologic Instant

Fall had already come at 9,000 feet elevation. As I stepped outside, closing the hotel room door softly behind me, the cold bit at my bare legs and I couldn’t have stopped them from running even if I’d wanted to. … Continue reading

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The Question

Ashley the intern had been looking forward to this intern breakfast (brunch? Luncheon? Snack? Did it matter as long as there was free food) since seeing it on the calendar at the beginning of the summer. To be fair, Ashley … Continue reading

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Randy’s Lamborghini-16

Previous Chapters Gary lived about fifteen minutes to the northeast of us, and Randy was nervous enough to spend most of the drive in silence. I did manage to get a few basic details about Gary along the way. He … Continue reading

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