Monthly Archives: February 2016

Keep Them Reading

One thing a writer must do (perhaps the writer’s primary responsibility) is convince the reader to keep reading. There are numerous ways this can be accomplished, but one sure method is to create a sense of unease about how the … Continue reading

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There’s Something I Want You to Do

What do we owe each other? How far should a person go, how much should a person sacrifice to ensure their fellows are cared for? What exactly are the obligations we have to one another? These are some of the … Continue reading

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My First Blog Post

My first blog post. One writer and no followers. Reminds me of the act of writing itself — sitting at a desk and typing into the faceless void. What do I want to do with this blog? First, I’ll share … Continue reading

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