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In case you come to my blog here and feel like I’ve forgotten about you lately, I’m sorry, I’m actually very busy somewhere else. That space is www.theinvisiblewar.co and it’s where my daily writing has gone, as I share and curate the next adventure, my next book, The Lighthouse, written[…]

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THE LiGHTHOUSE

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THE LIGHTHOUSE: Book II A Canadian’s COVID-19 Diary in Chongqing Forward   From January 25 to the middle of March, China had been at the highest level of emergency. Wuhan was been on a wartime footing since the city of 11 million people, and the surrounding province of Hubei (more than[…]

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DRIVE BY JORAH KAI X ROOT SELLERS

DRIVE-BY JORAH KAI X ROOT SELLERS

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Mixcloud Soundtrack Link Until Youtube clears the Copywrite issues for using the Root Sellers catalog please use the VIMEO link! **PS PLEASE EXCUSE THE LOW RESOLUTION. I HAVE AN HD VIDEO ON YOUTUBE, BUT THEY ARE CURRENTLY BLOCKING THE VIDEO AS THEY DISPUTE MY RIGHT TO REPRESENT THE ROOT SELLERS[…]

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COVID-19 Diary in Chongqing (Spring)

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Daily diary and notes inside China during the COVID-19 outbreak of 2019-2020, sharing the story and collecting notes for a book project tentatively called ‘Year of the Rat’. Forward Jorah Kai Wood lives in Chongqing, a sprawling metropolis with 32 million people, only 800 KM West of Wuhan, the epicenter[…]

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COVID-19 Diary in Chongqing (Winter)

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Daily diary and notes inside China during the COVID-19 outbreak of 2019-2020, sharing the story and collecting notes for a book project tentatively called ‘Year of the Rat’. Forward Jorah Kai Wood lives in Chongqing, a sprawling metropolis with 32 million people, only 800 KM West of Wuhan, the epicenter[…]

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A correspondence out of time: Letters from the Edge

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So, I found a very challenging piece on Scribophile that wasn’t getting a lot of feedback, marked as Novel/Fiction, and decide to take the bait and critique and get into it. It’s a challenging piece alright, for a few reasons, and I really hope that Pure Blossom replies and continues[…]

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Scene Structure: Outlining for Writing Success

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Hey fam, writing peeps in the future who may stumble across this article as they’re likely procrastinating working on their novel, or maybe, they’ve tucked aside some time for learning and planning and have come here in hopes of learning something. This is the first article on my blog that[…]

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#NaNoWriMo2017 #NewBook #AmosGoesElsewhere

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  So – it’s a new year, another November and I’ve started a new fantasy book that I’ve been thinking about a lot lately. Time to put the pedal to the floor and get this one done! So happy to have my NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) community to help[…]

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Camp NaNoWriMo and the Tales of Elsehwere

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Wow! NaNoWriMo has blown my mind again. I’m a bit slow on the uptake but #NaNoWriMo is back, and it’s not just for my post-Halloween blues. April is now a Camp NaNoWriMo workshop. What is Camp NaNoWriMo? http://campnanowrimo.org/ describes it as ‘An idyllic writers retreat smack-dab in the middle of[…]

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Co-Authoring, Writing Everyday, Lifelong Learning

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It’s a busy life. Every day I’m either teaching writing, reading about writing, reading or writing. When I relax, I’m studying a film for its writing or reading something to gain inspiration about someone else’s mastery of writing. Occasionally I let myself meditate and play the ukulele or piano, but[…]

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