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Image: Goodreads Around page 534 of Wanderers, I made a rare status update while updating my Goodreads books. Holy Crap this book, I wrote making me begin another novel, something fun to overlap it and be the next read.  I continued reading the book, and when I turned the…

Sometimes, the universe, or a member of that universe, comes along as if to say, “you need a momentary distraction. May I help?” And help he does. Yoink! That’s what I started to say, then learned it was a test shot. Really? What’s the class? Introductory Cardiac Arrest? The actual photoshoot is like, what, graduate […]

If you had one song left inside your soul What would you sing tonight? If you had one chance left before we’re old The last song of your life What is it you wait for? Tell me who you are Not what you’ve rehearsed All the other parts     Friday, August 2, 2019, exam […]

One of the people from Red River shared a Thorton Wilder quote. He said, “If you write to impress it will always be bad, but if you write to express it will be good.” I wrote two of the most difficult pieces of writing that’s not fiction or a blog post. The first was my […]

When a book gets adapted, I look the title up at the Winnipeg Public Library site to see if it’s available or its current status. If the book title involves Richard Armitage, double or triple that curiosity. I took a peek at Heads You Win by Jeffrey Archer, a sliding-doors-esque novel with 37 copies and […]

Around page 534 of Wanderers, I made a rare status update while updating my Goodreads books. Holy Crap this book, I wrote making me begin another novel, something fun to overlap it and be the next read.  I continued reading the book, and when I turned the last page, I felt something rarely felt after […]