Changing the Game

Not sure what to say on this topic, as I’m still figuring things out.

But I ditched the novel I was writing. Couldn’t find the magic in the story. In places, yes, but not in the over all game.

So, I’m changing the game. Going to do a bunch of stuff I don’t normally do. Working on more offbeat things. Don’t worry, your usual doses of Doc Ridler madness will also arriving. Two more Spar books, crazy collections, some literary junk. I ain’t going nowhere.

But right now, time to focus on developing some other skills, fill the tank, and rock and roll.

For on thing, I’m reading a lot of Japanese poetry. Why? Because it’s awesome.  Here’s one I read today that was pretty great.

“Involuntary,

I may live on

In the passing world

Never forgetting

This midnight moon”

The Emperor Sanjō

Toodles,

JSR

 

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About ridlerville

Jason S. Ridler is a historian, writer, and improv actor. He is the author of A TRIUMPH FOR SAKURA, BLOOD AND SAWDUST, the Spar Battersea thrillers and has published over sixty stories in such magazines and anthologies as The Big Click, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Out of the Gutter, and more. He also writes the column FXXK WRITING! for Flash Fiction Online. A former punk rock musician and cemetery groundskeeper, Mr. Ridler holds a Ph.D. in War Studies from the Royal Military College of Canada. He lives in Richmond, CA. Visit him on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/jason.ridler.56
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