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Let’s see if this still works. Ah, there it is. That’s good news. Also, I haven’t been sitting on my duff whilst dealing with school, life and stuff. I decided after my stint with a very professional editor that I needed to polish my writing skills. Hence I took on...

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  • February 2, 2024

Another book as arrived and is knocking on my door with a full backpack of inspiration, and yes, it is in the Canor “universe”. It will feature many of the characters I’ve loved writing about for … good gravy, is it like, nearly a decade? I published Every One Fight in 2014, and I started that perhaps a year before. There it is, almost a decade.

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  • May 12, 2022

I’ve prepared my Medium story schedule and laid everything out until the middle of December. By that point I’ll know what put more attention into. I’d rather not post stories that don’t have natural endings. So, every Monday there will be a new short story – and one in four...

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  • October 25, 2018

Now I understand why self publishing is so perilous. The good news is that Soft Hearts, Hard Memories is now ‘name your price’ with the suggested price of $4.95. The bad news is that ordering physical copies from Amazon is so untrustworthy that I’ve pulled the edition from their store....

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  • August 22, 2018

Creativity is a blessed gift, and it has the power to deliver messages far and wide in an irrevocable way. While the world seems to both fall apart and come together, let us not forget the gifts we have been given. We have the time now to communicate honestly, so...

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  • March 24, 2018

WordPress is doing a fine job of putting clicks between me and the written word, and don’t get me started on Grammarly. I’ll do that later, anyway. Basically, I’ve been a busy fella. The queries for Sliver of Light have begun; I’ve joined a fairly active NaNoWriMo Discord group; my...

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  • September 7, 2017

hastypixels.wordpress.com, cobalted.wordpress.com and thousandhour.wordpress.com are gone, deleted, finito! Why? I’ve a host and there’s no way I’m paying $99 a year for each of those sites. Can you imagine? I can, and the circumstances just don’t match. (Except that I’m hosting Thousandhour, but as a brand it wasn’t working. Ah...

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  • February 1, 2016