Tag Archives: originality

There is Nothing Left to Write

The ideas for the system of governance that I created and outlined in Tomorrow, as the Crow Flies are ones that go back to my high school days. I was very political at the time (not so much anymore), highly critical of democracies and their posturing (still am), and convinced that there must be a […]

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Doing what’s been done

When I wrote Randolph’s One Bedroom I thought that I was doing something original. The book consists of twenty short stories but it is not strictly a collection of short stories per se because all of the shorts contain the same protagonist and numerous recurring supporting characters. The shorts also contain character development and growth, […]

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