Monthly Archives: August 2014

Lots-O-Words

Chapter Four of TE-55 is almost completed. Just a few details to flesh out. Also managed to get six later scenes drafted; plopped them into my Sundry Scenes folder in Scrivener. I am so loving this application. That work amounts … Continue reading

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Paper, Please

¬†As a writer, I can say that reading on CRTs (Does anyone still have them?) or on a flat screen display provides no difference in comprehension than does reading from a printed page or Digital Ink display. What does change, … Continue reading

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TE-55 & Distancing

I’m well on my way on another of my novels-in-the-works process. The TE-55 book is now three chapters in, with the fourth and fifth well brainstormed. My plan is to focus exclusively on this novel through chapter ten, then skip … Continue reading

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