Monthly Archives: June 2013

Iced Coffee Illusion

Iced Coffee Illusion or: 7-11, how could you? Yesterday I forgot my insulated cup for my tasty ‘coffee chiller’ at 7-11. I was despondent since I don’t want to pay $1.49 for a medium, when I can pay that and … Continue reading

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Memorial Day

For me, the best, truest part of Memorial Day doesn’t come on Memorial Day, or on the weekend we celebrate it: it comes the week after, and it really isn’t so much a Memorial Day thing as a Veterans Day … Continue reading

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Anatomy of an edit

I don’t know about you, but I love watching DVD extras.  I love the behind the scenes features where you get a glimpse into what went into the production and I love bloopers. I love to see a before and … Continue reading

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Writing my first flash fiction

I wrote my first flash fiction yesterday, and it was oddly more challenging that I’d expected.  There are the standard concerns: will I be able to come up with something for a prompt and have it ready to post within … Continue reading

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