Posts Tagged ‘writing’

The Fall

I’ve been stealthily avoiding all of the talk about how the publishing industry is dying because, really, are we surprised?

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The Latest Book

Oh, look, the latest book is available for preorder.  Go Here. The power of Christ compels you!

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Sunday Archive XX: Views on Writing

From March 06, here’s an outtake from the Notes from the Margin series.  I trashed this one for a reason, and that reason is:  I’m an angsty cunt.

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Sunday Archive XIX: Notes on a book review

From February of 2007.  This picks up from mysterious and long lost commuter train notes.  No idea where I was going with it… Though I did mention that high school walk home again in the recent post, Train Town.

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A Page a Day

For years now, the writerly advice that I’ve always received is “just write a page a day.”  I’ve been hearing that since high school.  “Within a year, you’ll have a finished book!”

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Overstock Fees

Oh god, overstock fees on this book will start October 1st, and they’re going to kill me.  So here’s your big chance.  Do you want a copy for $2.50, shipping included?  No problem.  Paypal to janus_808@hotmail.com.  Or get something off my Wishlist and I’ll send you a copy along with some other goodies I have […]

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Book Money

Ah, money.  Money’s always a problem.  But if I had the money, there are tons of things I would do differently with the books I publish.

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Resolutions Revisited

If you’ve become used to frequent updates on GS (the five people who read this), then be prepared for me to start dropping out on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  That’s when I plan to start regular updates at my other blog.  Though, so far, I’ve had plenty of inspiration for both sites.

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String

I sometimes wonder if I have an addictive personality.  In junior high, I loved tying an empty soda can to a length of string and trailing it out the window behind the school bus each morning.

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Wing Ding

Every year since 2000, with an exception in 2006, I’ve found myself reading upwards of 300 manuscripts for a writing awards program. This year, I read 327. My job is an easy one – weed out the obvious shit from the obvious good stuff. Then I pass the good stuff on to a couple of […]

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