Monthly Archives: December 2012

Learning to write ” deep in the pocket!” A lesson from #Stevie Ray Vaughan

I was listening to a Canadian Music station, as I was roaming around doing my last bit of Christmas shopping, and the announcer introduced Stevie Ray Vaughan and his famous Pride and Joy song. I admit, Stevie Ray is one … Continue reading

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A late blooming writer tries to balance blogging tweeting and writing

I admit, I am new to blogging and tweeting. This was something I only was made aware of at a writers conference, called When Words Collide, back in August of this year. My experience with Social Media up until that … Continue reading

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A late blooming writer is asked the quesiton, “do you ever wish you’d started earlier?”

I was asked this question last week.  Getting my haircut, nice and trimmed up for Christmas, and my upcoming 60th birthday, the young hairstylist asked me what I did.  “I now write books,” I said. She was mildly impressed, and … Continue reading

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A late blooming writer finds his Muse

I admit, I knew nothing about this thing called the Muse, when I started writing again in 2010.  I heard it existed, musicians had it.  I thought that’s were the word came from.  Poets supposedly wrote about it, but unfortunately I’m … Continue reading

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