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Nation Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo)

Published October 24, 2010 in NaNoWriMo - 0 Comments

So November is coming up soon. I participated in NaNoWriMo in the years of 2006 and 2007. I pretty much fell of the wagon when it came to writing for 08 and never started to pick it up again until October 09. Even then, I can not say my writing has been very focused. I […]

Free Flow Writing 28 March 2010

Published March 28, 2010 in Exploring Myself , Free Flow Writings - 0 Comments

Free Flow Writing 28 March 2010 Where is my purpose? The importance in what I do? There are things I want to do, but I feel no more drive to do them, because it doesn’t seem important. I want to write, I want to write amazing stories that make people think, but for some reason […]

Old Times

Published December 24, 2009 in About Cuyler Callahan , Army , Exploring Myself - 0 Comments

This holiday season the army gave me and my comrades 3 weeks of leave. We all went home to our families to spend this season of giving with our family and friends. I found this vacation to my old home to be very eye opening. I often notice when I come home from the army […]

Living Without Regrets

Published December 9, 2009 in Exploring Myself , Ponderings - 0 Comments

There are days when I realize that I feel I’m not doing things fast enough. Older people tell me to calm down, relax, and enjoy life while I can, because I’m young, I have lots of time. Well I think the opposite is true. I need to do all I can while I’m young, because […]

Bad Words Good Bye

Published November 24, 2009 in Exploring Myself , Poems , Writing - 0 Comments

I was looking through my writing files and stumbled across a file called “Timed Writing”. It consisted of writing that resulted from an exercise that author Holly Lisle recommends. She says that a great way to get back your writing muse, and let you explore yourself to find out whats wrong with you, is to […]