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Tag Archives: Guys Like Us
I crossed the finish line of 50,000 words a full day ahead of the deadline. And I just finished up with 52,038. I now have somewhere in the vicinity of 130000 words total written for the purpose of creating … Continue reading
[excerpt from day 27 of my NaNoWriMo2014 experience] I came back to the table with my beer and her cocktail, setting hers down before moving to sit across from her. “Uh… what do you think you’re doing, mister?” She lifted … Continue reading
I arrived at Andrea’s apartment building about ten minutes early. I double checked the address, thought about buzzing her early but talked myself out of it. I didn’t want to appear too eager. I walked about a half block down … Continue reading
The haircut kicked off a chain reaction of butchness, a butch-a-lanche if you will. After a few days of continuing to wear my ballcap, left it at home one day when I went to work. I felt really exposed, as … Continue reading
[Excerpt from my novel in progress, Guys Like Us] I used to whittle a lot when I was a kid. I wasn’t very artistic about it, so the result was usually a piece of wood with a sharp point and … Continue reading
Excerpt from my novel in progress, Guys Like Us A couple of mornings later, I pulled on the boots I’d gotten at the thrift store, along with a button down shirt that my brother had left behind and the Carhart … Continue reading
This is an excerpt from my NaNoWriMo2014 work, adding to my novel in progress, Guys Like Us, starring Buddy Grayson. Day 5’s writing centered on Buddy’s thoughts and memories of masculine identification throughout his life: . Though I didn’t feel … Continue reading
As a friend pointed out, there less than a week until the beginning of NaNoWriMo 2014. Yes, it’s that time of year again and I once again will be working on my novel-in-progress, Guys Like Us. I had planned to … Continue reading
Meridith asks: I’d love to hear more about how you commit to nanowrimo every year – how you make time while balancing family, work, etc., what motivates you to keep going, and how it’s different from your writing practice the … Continue reading
It’s hard at this point to remember how I got through those next few days. I was doing a lot of compartmentalizing, numbing myself against the pain and trying not to see what I didn’t want to see. And what … Continue reading