This is the way I guess I have to do it.

Last year I did the NaNoWriMo challenge and wrote 50,000+ words of a novel. There were nights when it was easy peasy and there were nights where it was like trying the get wet sand out of a soda bottle at the beach, but I did it.

This year the idea is to get the damn thing done. I have to revise, edit, format and just get the thing out there. That is what it is about this year.

I continued writing the book after November. It ;s up to about 70K words now. I’ve never done this before and I learned a lot so far and I suppose I’ll continue to learn more. I think it seems kind of pathetic to start a book and not finish for a whole year, but I guess everyone is different. I see these authors who have literally dozens of books they’ve written and they do several a year. I cannot imagine what that’s like.. that is just not how it happens for me.. It took me about 43 years to even start my first one (this one), because I was 7 when I knew some day I’d write a book. I feel like I needed 50 years of experience to have something to write about.. you know?

Well.. here it comes. Wish me luck!!

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Novel Excerpts: Gimme S'more

This is a graphic I am using for my novel excerpts

I was finally able to get the first of my novel excerpts completed. It’s not long, it’s only 6 pages, and it does not encapsulate the plots. It’s merely a character development piece. These parts of a book are important. When you are doing a long book, it is good to have humor for humor’s sake. Everything doesn’t have to be crucial. These parts of books set-up and tease for other segments that may actually be significant. If the book is heady, and gives the reader a lot to think about then it’s nice to give them a break with something light and fun.

 

A nice short, sweet post today. I have been busy building stuff here at the Chalet I take care of, and editing a graphic novel script as a side gig.  I’m pooped and have more editing to do.

I am doing one post per day for the month of November, hopefully. Inspired by NaBloPoMo.

This is post…  number 9

turn me on dead man

revolution number 9

Parents: Have you screened your teacher today?

teacher quklification vary, so collective bargaining is a myht

It is true that there are wonderful, caring teachers in both the Public and Private Schools. OF COURSE that is true. It’s also true that some teachers have no business being around children. Teacher qualifications and certificates are like standardized tests. It’s not real. That is not how to determine who a teacher is.

Some people use statistics to show that more spending leads to better education, but apparently not. If we rank second or third in the world for spending per student, but are below the middle of the scale, then that is apparently not true. I have spoken with grown American adults, even in that “enlightened” State of California where all those genius comedians and entertainers live, like Bill Maher, who make a career out of insulting and defaming Middle America. When showing them on a map where I live in Michigan, they have said… “Oh, you’re Canadian?” and things to that to that effect.

Teachers, schools and the criminals you may expose to your kids.
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i want a future where i am taught to question everything. where me and my friends are not brainwashed to be taught stone age myths and are not brainwashed to believe it is honorable to die for you because you are too small minded to believe in peace over war

I am doing a blog post per day all month, hopefully. Inspired by NaBloPoMo. This will be a good motivation for me to format more ebooks, cause oh yeah.. I got ’em baby. This is post #4.

 

 

Fear of Success: How to change the world on your commutes and seemingly mundane situations (1,249 Words)

let your nervousness work for you

let your nervousness work for you

Private actions for getting out of your comfort zone for a few minutes a day can bring comfort to countless others
By Robert Run (1,249 Words)
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