Posts Tagged ‘writing’

The Legacy of an Antique

I’m not very big into antiques. In fact, I think I don’t much care for them at all. I’ve stopped at antique stores before, and browsed through the old roll-top desks and the antique china cabinets. I’ve seen the old grandfather clocks and the coffee tables that were built back in the early nineteenth century. […]

Posted in: diary · On November 27th, 2013 · 1 Response
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Meet the Author

If you read this site and you’re here right now, this message is for you. I write some books sometimes. I write real good, to. And people are starting to take notice. No seriously though. My buddy Spencer is the director of the public library where I live. And he thinks I write good to. […]

Posted in: event · On November 6th, 2013 · No Responses
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The Importance of Good Grammar

In the age of self-publishing, and the ease with which anyone can be a writer and publish his/her own work on Amazon and the like, we find ourselves both blessed and cursed. On one hand, it’s great because anyone who’s ever wanted to write can do so. And be heard. On the other, there is […]

Posted in: rant · On August 16th, 2013 · No Responses
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I almost died in a horse fire.

Fourteen years, guys. FOURTEEN EFFING YEARS this site has been up and running. And that doesn’t include the slash tilde days before I even had a domain name. You know how long that is? That’s long enough to have a child, watch it grow up through the diaper and talking-back phase and hit puberty. That’s […]

Posted in: news · On July 22nd, 2013 · No Responses
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The Bar Harbor Diaries, Vol. 3

What I didn’t consider when I wrote volume two was that it was Memorial Day. I mean, of course I knew it was Memorial Day. But I hadn’t considered that the breweries would be closed. So in short, what this meant was that we could take our time getting to Portland. There was no need […]

Posted in: travel diary · On May 29th, 2013 · No Responses
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I Saved the Planet, Dudes

Minnesota Chronicles, Vol. 3 No seriously. It has been made clear to me that alls I have to do is leave my towels on the rack instead of the floor, and it will save the planet. Well, friends, I am happy to announce: the planet is SAVED. You can thank me later. I’ve done many […]

Posted in: travel diary · On May 16th, 2013 · No Responses
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SpaceBrew Review: Ancient Shores

Ancient Shores by Jack McDevitt as posted on Goodreads This book was like a “wave” at a football game. You know the one where people stand up in turn waving their arms around and it gives the effect that the stadium is an ocean? Yeah. That. Let me explain the analogy. Well you probably got […]

Posted in: review · On April 12th, 2013 · No Responses
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SpaceBrew Review: The Windup Girl

The Windup Girl by Paolo Bacigalupi I have a lot to say about this book. It was a big book, so it needs a big review. And by big, I mean twenty hours. I listened to it on audiobook, you see. I think Jonathan Davis was a great narrator, but he reads very slowly. He’s […]

Posted in: review · On November 13th, 2012 · No Responses
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My Science Fiction Fantasy

You know, there are a lot of things in life that get under my skin. So I won’t start this paragraph by telling you there’s nothing that pisses me off more than this one thing. But it does bother me a frightening lot. I mean, most people would think I was being petty and oafish […]

Posted in: rant · On October 8th, 2012 · No Responses
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Bacon Talk: Books and Reading

Welcome back, everyone. Where have you all been? We’ve been right here waiting for you to come read! We don’t like to write something until we know you’re coming. We’re like the Whataburger of websites. We don’t make it ’til you order it. Actually, we’ve just been on sort of a hiatus, since Haycomet got […]

Posted in: bacon talk · On March 9th, 2012 · No Responses
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