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When Val Kilmer Winks

Remember the scene in┬áTombstone, when Doc Holiday winks at Billy Clanton at the OK Corral? Wyatt Earp says something like, “Aw, hell,” and all hell breaks loose in the scene. Wyatt, played by Kurt Russel, wasn’t responding to Val Kilmer’s … Continue reading

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Of Story-telling, Beth Moore, and El Elyon

Earlier this year, when I was between studies, I asked the Lord to lead me to a new one. Well, He led me to three—which makes me thankful I wake up around four in the morning, or I’d never be … Continue reading

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Another SOTP Post

In the on-going debate between those who outline like crazy and those who write by the seat of the pants (SOTP), I tend to land in the middle these days. I tried outlining, even thought I could make it work, … Continue reading

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Especially for Writers

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Genre-Locked?

Someone in a Facebook group asked if they were stuck with one genre. They didn’t want to be; they wanted to write a little bit of everything. I could relate. I remember moaning about that a few years back. My … Continue reading

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Especially for Writers

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