Monthly Archives: September 2014

A Broken Haiku for a Broken Heart

My brother-in-law passed away last week.  We knew it was coming but that didn’t make it any easier to bear.  I composed this poem while I was driving. * * * * * * * * * * * * … Continue reading

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Why the Antagonist is the Most Important Character in Your Novel

Antagonists.  They’re the bad guys our protagonist is up against but who are they really? This is the question we must ask ourselves if we want our protagonist to leap off the page and be someone we remember long after … Continue reading

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Haiku – The English Language is a Thief

The English language Is a devious scoundrel. It likes to hide in Dark alleys and lure Other languages in where It knocks them out and Steals their words. © 2014, KL

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