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Thousand Mile Walk

Because we aren’t already running enough blogs… ūüėČ www.thousandmilewalk.wordpress.com Thousand Mile Walk is the result of a desire we’ve had for a long time to create a blogging group as a sort of training ground for amateur writers such as ourselves. Five writers are going to be contributing to this …

Thinking About What We Say

Here’s another article by Joseph, this time about a quite different topic (as Joseph warns below, one of the quotes in his article contains some pretty strong cursing): Some of you may have read in the news about the death of Chris Kyle, a Navy Seal sniper who served in …

Lessons from Talking Vegetables

Note: This is not a book review per se. ¬†It’s more of a “here’s what I learned from this book” sort of post. A few months ago, I picked up a book called Me, Myself, and Bob, a personal-memoir kind of book written by Phil Vischer, the founder of Veggie …

Heroes, a discussion

What do Daniel (yes, the one in the Bible), King David, Sam Gamgee, and Superman all have in common? They are all considered “heroes,” whether historical or imaginary, that embody certain traits that people value. However, do fictional heroes, superheroes or otherwise, have enough depth to be proper role models? …

A Goodbye

You may remember a few months ago I noted here that I was doing an internship for Redeemed Reader (see posts here and here).¬† Well, today Janie and Emily said goodbye to both Caity (the other intern) and me: Interns: A Fond Farewell Buried in this article you’ll find¬†a bit …

On the Merits of Re-reading Books

Monday marked the end of my “scorched-earth” policy regarding books.¬† You see, for the past several years I had not re-read a single book.¬† Nope, not a single one–excepting the Bible of course.¬† Well that ended Monday when I read The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe for the second …

Redeemed Reader #2

I’m over at Redeemed Reader again today concluding my series on Kingstone Comics–including an interview with Kingstone author/publisher Art Ayris!¬† Very interesting stuff–you can read/listen to the post here. -Jack- (known in some places as “bone”)

Redeemed Reader

I’m over at Redeemed Reader today talking about Kingstone Comics. ¬†Redeemed Reader is a family staple for book reviews (and even the occasional movie review).¬† You can find my article here. ¬†Stay tuned for the second part later this week! -Jack-

30 Days, 100 Pages of Screenwriting

On April 1st (yes, the day Dead Men Hiking¬†will hopefully be released), I’m going to do something potentially foolhardy. ¬†I am going to do Script Frenzy. ¬†Script Frenzy is a one month writing sprint, the goal of which is to write 100 pages of scripted material in 30 days. This …