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The Right Environment to Write

Writers create their best work when their environment is conducive to creativity and concentration. However, achieving the optimal writing environment can be challenging. If your workspace is too warm, too cluttered or too distracting, you may be unable to complete … Continue reading

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Why I like Goodreads

You may have noticed the “G” logo on my social homes menu to the right.  That is the logo for Goodreads.  Some might be familiar with it, others might not be.  Goodreads is a site that is a social network, … Continue reading

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Signings CPAPs and more

Easter weekend came in left in a rush.  My wife and I went down to Minneapolis, MN to visit family for the weekend.  Excluding coming down with a cold the weekend went great. Over on Epic Plains I have a … Continue reading

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Brandon Sanderson – A signing

Last night was a lot of fun. I was able to rearrange work a little bit and leave from Jamestown, ND a bit early to drive down to Minneapolis, MN to attend a signing that Brandon Sanderson was having at … Continue reading

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I have a problem

My name is Jakob and I have a problem.  I love books, so I don’t consider this a very bad problem!  My problem is that I don’t like to get rid of books.  When we moved into our house a … Continue reading

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Cybermancy Review

Cybermancy is the second book about Ravirn by Kelly McCullough. Like the first book, Webmage, the book is a quick read, but a blast throughout.  It is a fun mix of cyberpunk, greek mythology, fantasy, and a bit of scifi … Continue reading

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Christmas Reading – The Fort at River’s Bend

I just received from paperbackswap.com the 5th book in Jack Whyte’s “The Camulod Chronicles” called “The Fort at River’s Bend.”  This is what I plan on curling up with over the Christmas weekend.  Depending on what this storm hitting the … Continue reading

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