Monthly Archives: January 2009

Sample Editorial Comments, Vol. 4

Here we are again, discussing my ineptitude. Again, the following comments are just from two chapters of the book, but give a good look into what helps me make my writing better. I think there’s a missing word or two … Continue reading

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Thanks for Nothing, Mother Nature

I was planning to travel north to Kentucky to visit my family this weekend, but thanks to the ice storm that has made the area around my old hometown look like a scene from March of the Penguins I’ll probably … Continue reading

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Indecisioness

Thankfully, I’m home from an unplanned overnight stay at home of the day job, another captive of the brutal ice storm that raged through the middle of the country over the past couple of days. I was also stranded without … Continue reading

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Slick and Quick

We are in the path of a serious ice storm, so I must get home while I can. I also have about ten chapters to edit now, thanks to my super reader coming through with eight today alone. Thanks for … Continue reading

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Sample Editorial Comments Vol. 3

Here are some more examples of my shameful lapses. Enjoy! Since this is from Micah’s perspective, the phrase is not needed. I like this sentence but wonder if there’s a better place later on to say this. Again, I think … Continue reading

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Almost Real Posting

I’ve seen a few of my Facebook friends posting lists of 25 random facts about themselves that others may or may not know. I liked this idea, so I thought I’d do one so as to contribute to the overall … Continue reading

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Wounded in Action

For Christmas, my father-in-law sent us a spectacular set of kitchen knives. Something we very much needed. There is much cooking in our household (my wife is a culinary genius) and no kitchen is really complete without a wicked set … Continue reading

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Multiple Personalities

I came home from work late last night and found my wife watching the Sally Field classic, Sybil. For anyone not familiar with this flick, it details the mostly true story of a young woman in New York suffering from … Continue reading

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Feeling Lazy

It was a long weekend for a variety of reasons, but I should be back with new, surely-to-be-unread content tomorrow. In the meantime . . . .

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Sample Editorial Comments Vol. 2

Here are a few more of the editorial comments I’ve received on Gifts of the Hirakee. Again, if you have problems with this sort of feedback to your writing, you should reconsider how much you want to do it: A … Continue reading

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