The Circle of Life is Not Supposed to be Static

I interrupt revising Model for Deception to revise Train Trip, bringing with me the streamlining lessons learned from revising Model for Deception only to return to Model for Deception with the additional streamlining practice I’ve gained revising Train Trip as … Continue reading

You Won’t Know – Do It Anyway

I was flipping channels, and I stopped on a little girl explaining her science project. She wanted to assist water conservation. Specifically, she wanted to make her fellow and sister elementary school students aware of water use. She had the … Continue reading

The Dispassionate Dead

Today, the pain arrived on a beautiful Saturday morning when spring had finally peeped around the corner, and I was exulting in the joy of life. When the doctor has told you, “If you said ‘now,’ I’d have you in … Continue reading