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What is justice? How did things get to be the way they are? Where do we go from here? Community and individuality, civilization and law, politics and tradition, reason and science, ritual and freedom, mercy and making a difference -- these are the issues that will determine our future.
Lately, there's been a bunch on here about writing, blogging, family, and marriage.
And then, on other days, it will just be blather -- but at least it will be in my voice.
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When I started the Write Nonfiction in November challenge, one big question was how big should my goal be? One answer was “a book is usually about 50,000 words, so go for that.” Well, I am happy to report that … Continue reading
Progress on Day 7 of Write Nonfiction in November (WNFIN or NaNonFiWriMo) Despite spending a few hours at the nursing home with my wife and doing some shopping after that, I more than hit my daily goal for writing my … Continue reading
My first lesson from Write Nonfiction in November is to do the writing before doing bookkeeping work for my notary business and before visiting the so-depressing hospital. It is hard to write when you are tired and the creativity is … Continue reading
As announced previously on my business blog (Notary Memphis) and on Facebook, I have registered for the Write Non-Fiction In November challenge, also known as WNFIN. This is the non-fiction counterpart to the National Novel Writing Month challenge held in … Continue reading