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Read the next installment of the villain’s tale in Sergei’s Birthday.

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The overbearing boss has gone on vacation and you know what they say about the cat being away… So with Rachel’s help, Nathan will discover how this office offers a few more perks than health insurance and free parking.

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How to beat writer’s block in 5 easy steps. By Bren Kyveli

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What is writer’s block?

It’s that inexplicable dead silence in your brain when you fire up the laptop to work on a novel, a chapter, a short story… a blog post. It’s that debilitating feeling of utter emptiness where a story should be. You know its there, just moments ago while driving home you had a great idea but now you’re at your laptop and it’s nothing but crickets. Right?

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Any unwanted behavior can be changed with the right conditioning. How hard could it be? That’s what Blake thought anyway when he enlisted the services of “Blue Dragon.”

Now after a few sessions with the seductive Mistress and the beautiful Lolly he’s discovering desires he didn’t even know he had. A single word is all it will take to have his eyes opened to a whole new level of pleasure, one only Mistress can show him. All he has to do is be brave enough to say it.

 

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The Novel Road by Bren Kyveli

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Writing is like driving at night in the fog. You can only see as far as your headlights, but you can make the whole trip that way.

-E. L. Doctorow

I have been working on my first novel for a year now, but if I’m being honest I’ve not been serious about it. It’s always just something I work on when I don’t have anything else and even then only half assed. I guess subconsciously I put it so far up on a pedestal that it sort of became this magical, unobtainable glass ceiling that only “real authors” were allowed to achieve.

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Anachronism: Someone not of their time or a lover of a simpler time. 

There’s something to be said for holding and reading a book; the smell of the ink, the crackle of the dust jacket, the weight of its pages… that is someone’s imagination right there in solid, tangible… destructible form. Continue reading Anachronism: Someone not of their time or a lover of a simpler time.