Category Archives: fiction writing

Apologies for the Delay…

I’m participating in National Novel Writing Month again this month, so I’m a little behind on blogging for this week. For my thoughts on technical writers being novelists, see my previous post on this matter. I’ll get caught up soon…no, … Continue reading

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Writers vs. Technical Writers

This is just a social observation of mine, but I get really different reactions when I say I’m a “writer” compared to when I identify myself as a “technical writer.” On the whole, saying that I’m a writer gets a better reaction … Continue reading

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The Tech Writing Brain and the Creative Writing Mind

I used to write a lot more fiction and even poetry  before I became a professional technical writer. Mostly that’s because the same brain cells I use for work sometimes run out of words at the end of the day, … Continue reading

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Practicing What I Preach

One of my many side activities here in Northern Alabama has been tutoring someone on her grammar, vocabulary, and writing skills through a program called Learn to Read, which specializes in helping English as a Second Language (ESL) students. I … Continue reading

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I See the Future and It Will Be…

I’ve seen the future and it will be…I’ve seen the future and it works. If there’s life after we will see… –Prince, The Future So I’m a little shy of four months into my sojourn with Zero Point Frontiers. There’s … Continue reading

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