Category Archives: thinking

Keeping it Real

  It has been almost a year since my last post.  I started a new job, got stuck on a new horror novel, and was at the proverbial fork in the road in regards to indie publishing.  Writing has been … Continue reading

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Connery or Moore? Who is the best Bond?

In a previous post I ranked all of the Bonds (check out that post here: https://sdrobbwritesblog.wordpress.com/2013/12/17/who-is-the-best-james-bond/).  While I feel that Daniel Craig is fast becoming one of my favorite Bonds it is difficult to grade him any higher than #3 since … Continue reading

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Second Page of the Book

Below is the second page of my book for your pleasure.  I hope you enjoy and please feel free to leave any feedback. Abraham had never been in the apartment when Jennifer was not there.  Therefore, everything seemed to be … Continue reading

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The Inferno Corporation

This is the first page of my first full-length novel, “The Inferno Corporation.”  Beginning chapter quotations are taken from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s translation of “The Divine Comedy.”  I hope you enjoy. Chapter I “Midway upon the journey of life I … Continue reading

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A Change can be a good thing

Dale Carnegie said “Keep you mind open to change all the time.  Welcome it. Court it.  It is only be examining and reexamining  your opinions and ideas that you can progress.” I have found these words to be true in … Continue reading

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