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Wm. Luke Everest
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New author; short stories dotted around; recently teamed up with Leslie Gardner of Artellus Ltd.
New author; short stories dotted around; recently teamed up with Leslie Gardner of Artellus Ltd.

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The Last Guardian
I had no intention of writing this, but felt the burning need when...
oh man... I wish I could give spoilers, but suffice to say something I
thought would involve trickery and logic turned out to need only a
simple hug. Hugs and wugs. I nearly cried, bec...

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A Thank You to Everyone Who Reads This
A-thank you, everyone who reads this.  Yes, I know I already said it, but I mean it sincerely. When I first started this blog, I had one reader.  I set up the blog and within a couple of weeks somebody messaged me saying, "Are you the guy who wrote Temple o...

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When you've got a neurological disease haunting you, sometimes you have to work very hard to find the good in things. The things that stomp on us teach us how to fight. Something we find useful lessons in unexpected places.

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Writing With My Old Friend Epilepsy
Well, my episodes are back. Last time this happened, between about 2010-2013, I became fat, I accomplished nothing, and I forgot many useful skills I'd learned.  Treated at long last, I woke up hardly remembering those three years at all. Here's hoping that...

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The cat picture is because they're cuter than monkeys at typewriters.  The post is because I've always found writerly epithets interesting and helpful, and wanted to share my own.

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Meaningless Meaningful Methods and Fruitful Formulas... and arbitrary alliterations...
Most writers can boil down their method into a few words.  These words will mean almost nothing to anyone else, but can be interesting to hear.  They've certainly be useful to me. Neil Gaiman:  "Make good art."  ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikAb-NYkseI...

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Merry Christmas, George
I'm torn about what to write today.  Sentimental, and perhaps a tad foofie as it sounds, I am a true believer in taking the holiday season, whether yours is Hanukkah or Diwali or, as in my case, Christmas, as an opportunity, a reminder to look on the bright...

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