Monthly Archives: December 2012

Right Time…

I’ve commented before on my belief that things happen for a reason. Would it be weird for me to also believe this extends to literature? Let me explain. I have always been outdoorsy, active, and more comfortable barefoot than in … Continue reading

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Originally posted on The Return of the Modern Philosopher:
I was unpleasantly surprised this afternoon when I went to set up the train track beneath my Christmas tree and was told by the tiny conductor that he would be unable…

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As It’s Getting Colder

I think West Virginians forget every year that we live in a temperate region. Every year, I hear grunts and grumbles as temperatures rise into the 60s and 70s in December. “This is nuts,” people say. Or my favorite, “The … Continue reading

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Changes

Not much will inspire a writer to update his blog like a request from a published author to review a book. Benjamin Carey, an author from New York, NY sent the request via Goodreads. It was riddled with compliments that … Continue reading

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