Category: writing

Natural High of Rainbow in the Rockies

A Natural High

For a free ebook, click here Where do you learn about a natural high? A natural high was always around the corner where I grew up in Colorado. My dad taught me to fish and love the outdoors. I fished or hiked or ran or biked almost every day of my life. It started with […]

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Hurricane Ivan

Can a Hurricane Change Your Life For The Better?

For a free ebook, click here   Hurricane Ivan changed my life. September 16, 2004, the day Hurricane Ivan arrived, I awoke at two a.m. to pitch black, wind howling outside, and a curious sound in the bedroom: my dog lapping water. But our wonderful blond lab, Maggie, lay at our feet, sleeping. The sound […]

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Millennials protesting politics

Should Politics mix with Writing Stories and Songs?

Authors should stay away from politics and social activism, right?   That’s what all the marketing experts tell us. Stay away from Politics or your books will bomb. Forget voting discussions. Verboten. Yet, many famous authors and writers write about current political/social issues: Faulkner–novels about corrupt politicians, the despicable plight of black people, and whether […]

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Think, love, enjoy, write.

Why I write

Why write? Everyone has their own reasons, but I suspect they all boil down to, “I write so people will read my book.” Why do I want people to read my book? Because I want them to learn and feel what I did after I’d written it. To thrill readers with an adventure, wonder, give them […]

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Water Sense

How many gallons of fresh water per day are normally figured per person? 24 67 223 890 I found out I had no water sense. In writing my latest book I learned so much from Brian Werner at Norther Water Conservancy http://www.northernwater.org/sf and I thought I would pass it on. The answer, at least in […]

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