Monthly Archives: February 2007

I have a headache

Can I just say how much I hate headaches? I’ve had one all evening–through writing group and socializing. I probably should have just gone home early, but I’m so used to pretending to feel fine, that it’s almost second nature … Continue reading

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Happy Presidents Day

Or at least I hope it was for all of you.  For me, it involved a lot of writing–I have two papers due this week, and then of course I had 1,000 words to write in addition to that.  I … Continue reading

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And so it begins

Well, it’s official now.  I started writing Ichabod today–just finished with my first thousand words.  If I keep that up every day but Sundays, I should be finished with it by the end of June.  I think that’s a fairly … Continue reading

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My First Book

I’ve posted up the text of my first book–written when I was in third grade. Take it for the comic relief it’s intended as. If I had had a mind for marketing back then, I should have tried to get … Continue reading

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Sweeney Todd

So last night my wife was busy with homework. I should have beeen busy with homework, but I haven’t been going to school since 1996 without learning how not to do homework. I probably have a PhD in that by … Continue reading

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New Page on my Website

Morning everybody.  (Or all two of the people who might actually read this.)  I just wanted to let everyone know I posted a new page up on my site this morning.  It’s a Q&A with Albert Packard (my alter ego) … Continue reading

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I Hate School

The subject says it all.  I have been in college since 1996.  True, I took two years “off” for my mission, but other than that, I’ve been in school.  I double majored during undergrad, and dual emphasized my English MA … Continue reading

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