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Project 15: Build an Ark

Yes, my friends, it is time for another installment in my ongoing series. For those of you just joining us, I am preparing for this year’s National Novel Writers Month challenge by sharing with you, the good readers, the world

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Project 15: Future History

Welcome back to Project 15 wherin I share with whoever might care to read it my thoughts, ideas, and processes in preparation for this year’s NaNoWriMo. I am diving into the worldbuilding and backgounding that will inform the eventual 50,000

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Project 15: Dissecting the question.

Welcome back. If this is your first visit, then welcome aboard. This post is a continuation of a series in which I discuss some of my thoughts, decisions and processes as I prepare for NaNoWriMo 2015. I’ve even given the

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So, what’s this all about anyway?

I’ll probably get more systematic in titling these things as we move along. But, for now, this is what you get. As I stated in my previous post, I’ve embarked upon a new writing project, and am sharing with the

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New Project

I’m starting a new writing project and invite you to come along as I put the pieces together.

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1000-Word Picture No. 1 – Mr. Fletcher

It s the twelfth day of the expedition Abercrombie, Hendricks, Collingswood, and I were examining a portion of the Manuscript when Fowler called out. “I say! What manner of buffoonery is he up to now,” Abercrombie said. Of the four

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CAVE Writing: The Un-Examined Life

This portion of my blog is entitled C.A.V.E Writing. C.A.V.E is an acronym I picked up from a local county council member. It was during a discussion in a class on Behavioral Dynamics. We had taken a class trip to

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