Recently, I’ve taken a different focus for my book (working title: Shades of Tha’lassos); instead of writing about the main story, the one that details Naus’s life as a child and young man, I’ve decided to get to know my … Continue reading
Tagged Book Writing, Creative Writing, Fantasy, fiction, Mountain range, New Idea, novel, online publishing, Online Writing, Working title, Writers Resources, writing, Writing Exercises, Writing process
Please excuse the delayed post. Encountered mass frustration due to website failure last night while attempting to schedule post for 7am today. Draft didn’t save. I was angry. My poor aging laptop got slammed shut. Didn’t want to rewrite the … Continue reading
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This post could be titled, alternatively, How To Analyze Your OCD Levels. I promise to write a thoughtful, insightful, well-planned post next Tuesday, but for today, I can’t focus long enough for such things. I’ve been spending too much time … Continue reading
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Cullen and I went to Bellingham this past Sunday to see the Tesla Coil at the Spark Museum of Electrical Invention. The museum got front page of the Seattle Times last week with the new Tesla coil and Faraday cage, … Continue reading
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I’ll start with a linguistic fact today. The origin of the word marble comes from – you guessed it – Greek; marmaros (μαρμαρος) means ‘shining stone’. It’s quite fitting, then, that I should be writing about Athens today. I … Continue reading
Tagged Acropolis, Agora, architecture, Athens, churches, Classics, columns, Erechtheion, Erecthion, Europe, Greece, Greek, Greek language, Hadrian, Lycabettus Hill, marble, Parthenon, school, statues, Stoa, study abroad, Syntagma, Temple of Olympian Zeus, tourism, travel, trips, Zeus