Category Archives: Writing

Just Call Her Marlo: The Little Sisters — Part Six

Yes, this story does continue. We still need to reach the resolution and final image! πŸ™‚ So, here’s the previous part of the story. And here’s Part Six! EXT. STREET – DAY Marlo drives the roadster, Cordelia riding shotgun, and … Continue reading

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Just Call Her Marlo: The Little Sisters — Part Five

We last left off ages and ages a few weeks ago, with Part Four of this story. I’d say it’s about time we finished this. Or, at least, posted another part. πŸ™‚ So here’s Part Five! EXT. BAR – DAY … Continue reading

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Virtual Dystonia Advocacy Day was This Week

Earlier this week (Wednesday, March 25, 2020, to be exact), I participated in the socially-distant online-only version of Dystonia Advocacy Day. I’m interrupting my endless ongoing parody/mash-up of King Lear and The Big Sleep to share the email I sent … Continue reading

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Just Call Her Marlo: The Little Sisters — Part Three

Time for the next segment of this series, which left off here last week. Onward, right? πŸ™‚ Here we go! EXT. OFFICE BUILDING – DAY An unprepossessing brick building on a city street lined with parked cars. A car directly … Continue reading

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My Fantabulous Journal Entries Continue

We left off here in my law office journal from eons centuries years and years and years ago! πŸ™‚ Click the link to read what came before this. Friday, March 1, 1996 It’s the end of a very long week. … Continue reading

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Paging Marie Kondo!

Although the above photo isn’t of my house, I really, really need to get rid of re-gift to other lucky readers somewhere a whole lot of books. So, I managed last weekend to set aside a few for consideration. To … Continue reading

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My Afternoon at Barnes & Noble

So last Wednesday, we had our writers group meeting, as opposed to my screenwriters group meeting. It took place at the usual Barnes & Noble in Annapolis. Not the one pictured above, because no one else in the group lives … Continue reading

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Reality Check

In a recent blog post, Seth Godin talked about kinds of truth. This got me thinking about a few truths of my own. The truth is … I love blogging. But, having dystonia means constant wear and tear on my … Continue reading

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More Notes From My Old Journal

Thursday, November 2, 1995 King of Prussia, Pennsylvania is now home to what’s supposedly the largest megamall on the East Coast. You’ve gotta wonder about a place called β€œKing of Prussia.” I mean, where’d they get that one? How long … Continue reading

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Notes From a Past Life — Part 14

Wednesday, October 25, 1995 Got my pictures taken. They’ll be ready tomorrow. Big swing and a miss. Another Atlanta Brave goes down swinging. But the Braves are leading. Lemke lines to left field for a base hit. Will the Braves … Continue reading

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