One day it’s Robert Frost, the next day it’s an old hit by The Osmonds. It’s amazing what goes through your head when you’re up on a ladder picking apples.
That farmer and this writer have a lot in common.
This time I’ll be tackling “He Said, She Said,” a novel about the career of a couple of journalists who start with a local newspaper just after the Watergate era.
For me, it was a perfect end of a summer that had seen no time on the water and little pushing a pencil.
Wow. Whoever chose November for the National Novel Writing Month challenge must have had a sadistic streak. For starters, November hath 30 days, which makes it one of the shorter months. Mathematically, a 30-day goal may be cleaner to calculate than 31 days, but it does increase the tension. Speaking …