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When Someone Gets There First

Okay, so I had this story idea that was based on the idea of gemstones. Birthstones, to be specific. I’ve had this idea for years now, but I’ve been writing a lot of things, plus having to deal with jobs and college, so the stor...

Fridays With Dale: Unresolved Issues

  Unresolved Issues By Dale Angel    It says in my book that for one to be happy, and emotionally and mentally stable, you must tend to your unresolved issues. It advises me to empty out the clutter that is in the far corners of my perso...

Fridays With Dale: Decorations

  Decorations By Dale Angel   An old fatigued dryer and a senile stove decorate my front yard. The stove, like some people, looks good from the outside but malfunctions from within. They’re both dangerous. The neighbors are complaining ...

Fridays With Dale: Emotional Purchase

Emotional Purchase By Dale Angel She was so pretty. I was so in love. She helped me understand the value of visiting the jewelry store with my pitiful paycheck.  Her choice was pricey, but I have two years to pay for it. I didn’t know ab...

Short Lessons on the History of Veterans Day

Veterans Day is this Wednesday. If you find yourself looking for some quick lessons to review with your students tomorrow, here’s a small collection for you. ReadWorks is one of my favorite places… Read the whole entry at FreeTe...

Fridays With Dale: Desperation and Chance Met

Desperation and Chance Met by Dale Angel A chronically uninvited acquaintance visits my house often. When I see him coming and wanting to move in again, I get panicky.  You’d think with this familiarity, I wouldn’t get so hysterical. H...

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Second Shot at NaNoWriMo

I decided at the last minute to participate in this year’s NaNoWriMo. Over the Halloween weekend, I wrote out a few pieces that I will schedule to post over the next few weeks. Fridays with Dale have already been scheduled through Tha...

Fridays With Dale: Recycling

Recycling By Dale Angel There’s a consistent recycling program going on in my back yard. It runs on its own power. It makes me feel good when I volunteer piles of beautiful dead leaves, weeds that have served us all by holding the earth t...

Member Monday: This Writing Life

This Writing Life By Linda Boyden In the 1990s after I had retired from teaching and was unpublished, my writing rules were simple: write everyday. Write about what you know and especially read in the genre in which you hope to be published...

Fridays With Dale: Can a Computer Be Trusted?

    Can a Computer Be Trusted? By Dale Angel I’m so confused. You’d think if I can drive a car and do life this many years, I could have some success with a machine called a computer. It’s a plastic box. It doesn’...

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