Category Archives: Thoughts

Thoughts on one thing or another.

Back to Faith

I’m back to the topic of faith, which I began last month and continued with the second installment a couple weeks ago. I hope to wrap it up today, because it was never my intention to start a series; all … Continue reading

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How is Trusting Robots Like Trusting God?

Once upon a time (circa AD 2006), I began subscribing to Wired magazine. In case you’re not familiar with it, its target audience is young, urban techy types with money and a humanistic world view. Since those traits describe the … Continue reading

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Publication Primer: 15 Points to Ponder

You can’t hang out in writerly circles more than a minute or two without hearing the topic of traditional publication v. self-publication discussed. It’s big; very big. And for a very good reason. Used to be, it was a matter … Continue reading

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Taking Sides

I’ve been making good progress on my WIP this week, and that makes me happy! The last chapter of my first draft draws near at long last, and I’m experiencing that burst of energy that comes when the finish line … Continue reading

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Thinking About Grass

Okay, be honest: what was your first thought when you saw the title of this post? The word grass can conjure a number of mental images, from the summery scent of a freshly mown lawn to the giddy feeling that … Continue reading

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Hey, Y’all (Contemplations on “You” Plural) (Part II)

Remember that post I did awhile back about the need in the English language for a plural form of you? Well, I’m finally getting back to that thought. (And, like last time, the images illustrating this post are random things … Continue reading

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A Serious Subject

People look forward to Easter because it’s a sign of spring. Whatever your religious persuasion (or lack thereof), it represents hope (of better weather to come) and light (longer days) and beauty (spring flowers and all around more color in … Continue reading

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