Monthly Archives: November 2012

A Frog in the Fog


A couple of posts ago I wrote about branching out, trying other creative projects in order to get the writing juices flowing. Being blocked is not fun and it happens a lot to writers. As anyone who reads this blog … Continue reading

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Dirty Jobs Has Been Cancelled


At least that is what the Show’s producer Dave Barskey said in a tweet about a week ago. If this is the case it is yet another blow to quality writing and yet another indicator that this country is becoming more and … Continue reading

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Social Networks, are they worth the trouble?


The short answer, in my experience is a flat no, social networks such as Facebook and LinkedIn are not worth the trouble, especially the time they take away from creativity. Consider them to be like the computer version of candy, … Continue reading

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