Changes Made

As you’ve probably noticed, we’ve made some changes to the website: The site is now somewhat cleaner looking and loads substantially faster than before. And the material, going forward from today, will range from more traditional blog posts to longer articles—depending on the content and mood.

If you have any questions or would like to provide feedback regarding the new look, please e-mail us at We want you to enjoy spending time on our site while you peruse the content.

Moreover, if anyone out there is an inspiring fiction writer and would like to read the occupational post on improving your fictional prose, let us know. I’ve included an excerpt below from an article I wrote for someone who asked me to provide a guest post for their author website. Since I could literally talk about writing for hours, I would be more than happy to share some advice from time to time.

Thank you, and God bless.

Developing Your Senses to Increase Writing Ability

You don’t need to enroll in a writing course at the local community college to improve your writing ability. The most worthwhile and inexpensive—by inexpensive, I mean free—technique for boosting your writing skills is to strengthen your observational expertise. Moreover, there is a direct correlation between the capability to gather data from the surroundings and your proficiency at producing detailed and colorful prose; therefore, it would behoove you to develop keen senses.

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1 Response to Changes Made

  1. Eric Hyzer says:

    Testing the comment section.

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