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Monthly Archives: October 2010

Getting Started Exercises

I know every writer struggles with the blank page sooner or later. But, if, like me, the writer in question has been a way from the Work for a bit getting started again can be a little extra difficult. So, when Jeff VanderMeer over at Ecstatic Days wrote about Mimicry and Gap Analysis, I got […]

Professional vs. Regular

What makes something “professional”? I refer to myself as an amateur photographer. I have a good, but more economically priced, digital SLR and I often use fully manual settings. I enjoy photography, but it’s probably not ever going to be my bread and butter. I’m okay with that, but that doesn’t mean that I don’t […]

Just One Page

Blank pages frighten most writers, me included. I’ve often thought that one reason I took to blogging so well after “upgrading” my process from writing HTML pages in Notepad to using MoveableType was because the page wasn’t quite so blank and much smaller than the average text file. I found it easier to fill in […]


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