Monthly Archives: November 2011

Call me Niles

I wrote this last week, the day my computer blew up, and never posted it. (Fortunately, my m.s. was on the backup drive). Most of it still holds true, though the Bob Mayer blog is no longer his latest. You should … Continue reading

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Zonked out on Sinutab.

I didn’t write a word last week, which didn’t worry me much last week, because it was a vacation, and you’re not supposed to work on holidays. Instead, my sister and I shopped. And since that shopping took place in … Continue reading

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If you Aspire, read this.

If your dream is fragmenting inside your tight little fist, read this It’s one amazing post. 7:42 a.m. My bottom is my chair. I will work today, like I did yesterday, and the day before. Chip, chip. Have a good … Continue reading

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Tell me about the 2nd book…

Today, I sent an email to a writer pal. She said I should make it into a blog post. Since I’m currently banging my head against the wall trying to write the last half of Hedi Untitled Book #2, I’m … Continue reading

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