Monthly Archives: April 2015

Lasting Advice from Writers and Teachers #3

#3. “Writing is very hard and bad for your health,” – a writing professor at the New School, New York, N.Y. Back when I dreamed of becoming I writer, I took a course on fiction writing at the New School.

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Lasting Advice from Writers and Teachers #2

#2. “Nobody dies on page two.” – Erica Duncan, author/teacher. I lived in Sag Harbor, N.Y. at the beginning of my full time writing life, where I attended a writer’s group lead by *Erica Duncan. Erica, a celebrated literary voice,

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Lasting Advice from Writers and Teachers #1

#1. The Shitty First Draft I read Anne Lamott’s book Bird by Bird some twenty years ago, when I took to the writing life full time. The advantages of writing a shitty first draft recommended by Anne, lingered in my consciousness for

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Excerpt #2 Time Blade: Age of Jeweled Intelligence, book two

Excerpt from “Time Blade,” coming Fall 2015 Lessons With the Master: Luca, Spiritual Master for Earth, instructs his eight year old student about Time Blade. “Can I kill someone with Time Blade?” If a person poses a threat to the

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