“Keep a small can of WD-40 on your desk—away from any open flames—to remind yourself that if you don’t write daily, you will get rusty.” ~ George Singleton
|George Singleton, Source Wikipedia|
George Singleton, born 1958, is a Southern author who has written seven collections of short stories, two novels, and an instructional book on writing fiction. He was born in Anaheim, California and raised in Greenwood, South Carolina.
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Dec. 5 December Letter from the Editor, Donnell Ann Bell
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