A Head Trip Category

I’ve Only Myself To Blame.

How Do You Set Time Goals? There are hundreds of books I want to read and Lots to study, but I never seem to have the time. This is what I tell myself anyway, but the truth of the matter is, I have plenty of time, I just don’t know how to use it properly. […]

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Deduction: Part 2

Holy shit! So this book isn’t much better, spelling, grammar, and just bad writing in general… This reeks of self publishing, and clearly nobody read this book before it was published. No peer review, just some dude who has read Sherlock Holmes, and watched the shows and movies and thinks, “I can do that. But […]

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Job Stuff.

I’ve mentioned in the past that I love Mondays because of my new job, Landscaping. That’s not to say that I love my job, I like it sure, but love it… Nah. I can do it, well, and I don’t have managers looking over my shoulder or co-workers not pulling their weight, as in security. […]

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Deduction: Part 1.

The Deduction Guide; “The world is full of obvious things which nobody by any chance ever observes.“ – Arthur Conan Doyle. Page 4; Deduction and Induction? Deduction is a process of reasoning that with a known truth that is then applied to a specific case. Induction is using observations and evidence to infer a specific […]

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No More Excuses!

So to-day I had a delivery. Something that should do away with stupid excuse for why I’m not writing as much as I should be… I’m using it right now, to write this post. NO MORE EXCUSES! So there you have it, a super thin keyboard from Apple. Which means fucking expensive, though I didn’t […]

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Back at it.

Now that I’m no longer using my 5 year old MacBook Pro I have no excuses not to write, or in my current case, edit. So yeah, I’m back at it and having some time away has improved my capacity for seeing shit… like the opening chapter of September rain… That reminds me, I need […]

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Taking The Leap From…

‘Desktop computer to laptop isn’t, and will never be, a big deal, lots of people have done it and benefitted from the added mobility, not being chained to a single location. Now what about the leap for laptop to tablet, putting all your computer needs to something commonly referred to as a “device” and not […]

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Typing on a glass keyboard

So I’m looking to replace my laptop with this This not only means updating my blog here (when I get around to doing so) but writing in general. I have Pages to write with and Scrivener (once I figure out how to get my shot onto this iPad) but it’s the glass “virtual” keyboard that […]

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The Elements of Style.

I bought this book by William Strunk jr. and E.B. White many years ago, but being someone who failed his English exam quite miserably not a lot of it made much sense.

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Thank You.

To everyone who read and commented on the first chapter of my book.

I appreciate your time and efforts.

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