Posts Tagged ‘Nacho’s Lousy Novel’

Tuesdays

I think my hardest job right now is learning how to spell “judgment” correctly.  It’s not even the title I wanted for my lousy novel… Everything there is just one, huge placeholder for a project I can’t seem to return to. So I’m sorry for the error on Friday and, here during a rare moment […]

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Judgment Day, Part 6

 

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Judgment Day: Part 5

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Judgment Day: Part 4

Miss a chapter? You can navigate easier right here.

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Judgment Day: Part 3

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Judgment Day: Part 2

 

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Judgment Day: Part 1

Rush hour in DC, Red Line to the suburbs.  Daryl opened his eyes as the subway doors slid open, the driver’s garbled voice announcing the station and destination.  He was in the last seat on the train, behind tinted plastic, trying to separate himself from his fellow commuters.  The train was full of impassive faces […]

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Judgment Day: Introduction

Okay!  Time to wheel out the horrible failed novel project.  I’ve been promising to do this forever and, next week, it’ll begin. The project began in 1997 while I was working for an Associated Press-owned company, performing tedious editorial bullshit from nine to five in a lonely office out in Landover, MD.  The company was […]

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The Very

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Anniversary

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