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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

September's Best

I might have a guest blog for later on if they get back to me about some bio/image stuff, but to be honest it's The Contrarian's third birthday today, so if it doesn't happen in the next few minutes, it probably will end up being Thursday's post.

In the meantime, as part of my dogged committment to always at least get some jazz hands going (and also because I am deplorably behind schedule with this post) I figure it is a good time to put up September's best articles. These are the articles that will go up in our Hall of Fame and remind everyone that we manage to not suck at least two or three times a month.

Six Ways to Not Actually Write  Wanna be a writer without actually writing? Ima Lister drops some knowledge on us about how to live a life without ever really having to write.

Three Stories From the Train I took a train to Denver early in September and wrote about a couple of stories. Including one about being recognized as an author.

On a Slow Week A personal update about just how much writing a dedicated writer still gets done when they're going through a rough patch.

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