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December 6, 2017

I’ve written a couple of blogs about Spiritual Gifts. These gifts I talked about using in day to day life, but they are also the kind of tools one can use to build character. But they are not the only tools available. There is fame, for instance.

In my line of work I meet people who’s sole goal in life is to be famous. There is money in fame, you know. When I was deciding on a path to walk, my perspective then was fame had too...

December 6, 2017

I like writing historical fiction. It saves a lot of time creating the universe where the plot can develop. One can even choose a time and place that has easy parallels. Even a story that’s been told so many times it’s familiar can be fertile ground. I mean, really, what makes a good story? Well, here’s how my story starts.

A march in the countryside in the early fall is not all bad—at least in a civilized country. Ceconi looke...

December 6, 2017

I like studying history because you find stories too outrageous to write as fiction. I also like the small stories of big characters because there is the insight as to who they were.

A great example is Teddy Roosevelt. He was born into wealth, but that was not the biggest influence on his character. I’m not going into detail because a friend of mine has already done that work. I’ve known JT Fusco for a few years now and he’s st...

December 6, 2017

I’ve actually been studying this for a couple of years because that’s how I learn things. I thought I was a great writer, but a quick comparison of my work between now and a few years ago reveals this is a path rather than a destination.

I have to start off thanking a few people who taught me the craft of writing. They won’t know my name, but in no particular order I’ve studied with AWAI, Nick Usborne, Clayton Makepeace, John C...

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