Tag: Anton Chekhov

I went down the rabbit trail (this is not an Easter post)

I’ve talked a lot about the writing and marketing experts who want to sell me their fabulous plans to make me a best-selling author or a bazillionaire overnight. I’ve snarked about many of them. It’s tricky because I always want to learn how to be better at my craft. But, there are no easy solutions. …

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Redeeming Winter

Let us learn to appreciate there will be times when the trees will be bare, and look forward to the time when we may pick the fruit. Russian playwright and short story writer, Anton Chekhov, was born on this day in 1860 (died 1904). I’ve never acted in a Chekhov play. But, I was house …

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