Blowing in the Wind

I have been pondering this for a while now. It seems like anything can modify a sentence, such as your mood, music you listen to, hard or soft and whether it’s a commotion going on around you or it’s quiet. What are you eating before you write, a hamburger or spaghetti. Writing feels like it’s own entity, to let you know you are only in the moment. It really something to cherish.

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About writingtonight

I am a writer living in Cincinnati, Ohio with my wife Colleen. We have two children; Noah who lives in Norwich, New York and a daughter Katie, living with her family in Alexandria, Kentucky. She has blessed us with two adorable grandchildren. I have written a memoir adventure called A Photo-Finish while living and working in Yellowstone National Park, a fantasy short story Magnolias and my latest, a potty training book It Can Happen Anywhere. I attended 2 years at Suny Morrisville College where one of my favorite authors attended and taught, John Gardner. I will always write arduously looking for the truth my characters reveal to me in their stories. Randall Johnson
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One Response to Blowing in the Wind

  1. So true, it’s almost scary how mercurial it is.

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