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This year has been a scary one, for sure. I turned the Big 6-0, meaning I’m facing my eventual lack of longevity right smack in the kisser. It’s all downhill from here, right? I’ve lost good friends and relatives from … Continue reading

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It might be strange to say out loud, but I’ve never been without a thought of death. My first memories of death were when I was a child. My sister contracted encephalitis. I was 7 or 8, she was 5. … Continue reading

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I’ve been hit by a case of the lazies, and it’s only January 4. So this is my announcement that as soon as I post this, I’m going back to editing. In the meantime, here’s the scoop: I’ve been successfully … Continue reading

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Real Life might get in a writer’s way. In fact, that’s the common complaint for those of us who write on the sly. Commitments are a bitch. Time is a precious commodity; making time to write is a monumental task, … Continue reading

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