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Daryl Rothman
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Father, writer, freelance foodie.
Father, writer, freelance foodie.

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...as a writer or a man...
Working on edits for D Rose reboot, but also still intending to get Cucariva out there. A quick snippet... The irony was hardly lost upon him, as a writer or a man,
that he had misapprehended entirely his own life story. Remained fixed, in
chapter and verse...
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Of Time, and Seasons...
Wow, I hadn’t heard this song in decades. It harkened a passage from Cucariva, my literary-suspense manuscript.... It wasn’t so much that time had frozen, but that he had, while time moved on—she moved on—without him. She was gone—irrevocably—but still he t...
Of Time, and Seasons...
Of Time, and Seasons...
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A Rose by Any Other Name...David Rose gets ready to Set Sail Once More
I have described previously the labor of love that was-and is- The Awakening of David Rose. And some may recall the some of the perils of the journey to this point: previous publisher folding, and how I republished it myself, but quietly set about in sear...
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The Truth Is...
Well, that's the question, isn't it? In so many stories, the search for truth--out in the world, within one's self, in any number of places and ways--is of paramount importance. The truth of what happened to their mother, drives David Rose. And truth is men...
The Truth Is...
The Truth Is...
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No Myth: the Burden and Blessing of Lost Love...
Was sad to see some posts today from folks hurting, struggling in the throes of lost love, or love unrequited. I am focused now on D Rose sequel, but still shopping Cucariva, and these themes are at the heart of the story. Those things I read today, hearken...
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AllI Ask...
I so admire poetry, and poets—it is not my forte. But here is one of my favorites(you might recall a line of it from the original Willy Wonka). The theme plays heavily in much of my writing—not necessarily the sailing, but the resignation, the melancholy. N...
AllI Ask...
AllI Ask...
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A (David) Rose, by Any Other Name...
When my publisher folded the very week The Awakening of David Rose came out, my heart sank. Not that I was expecting
to get rich or have a best-seller, but this was my dream, a story I had
conjured a decade previous, a promise I’d made to my children, at lo...
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Theme Party: The Rewriting of a Novel
About 1/3 through with revisions, trying to stay on pace. Or, get back on it. After letting it sit for several months, it's a challenge to immerse back into my story and characters, because it's really about waking them up, not me. But I've found the coolin...
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