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Evening Post, August 13, 2014: Excerpt from Novel

This evening’s post is a passage from my novel,In The Forest Of The Night. It is a description of a state trooper (who is investigating a murder) driving from the rural coalfields of southern West Virginia to the State Capital. … Continue reading

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What I Love About Blogging (VIII): Finding An Audience

If you are like me – and I’ll bet you are, at least in this respect – you have a sneaking suspicion that your writing, at least some of it, is really very good.  But you read the poem or … Continue reading

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What I Love About Blogging (III)

I can press a button and my work is immediately available to a billion people all over the globe.  Just like that.  You think Shakespeare would have taken that deal?  Charles Dickens?  William Blake?  I’m thinking they would have died … Continue reading

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What I Love About Blogging

When I am finished, I push the “Publish” button.  It never says “rejected.”

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