All of the stories have been submitted and are posted on the Write Club Fight Club website. I know we’re all busy but if you’re interested in writers or want to support writers you should definitely check it out and vote for your favorites.
If you’re interested in my submission and haven’t checked it out already, visit J.M. Payer vs. N. J. Layouni.
I’m not going to tell you which one to vote for, just read the two and vote for your favorite. Feedback is also appreciated, I know I’m always trying to improve my writing. My story is Mr. Jingles, you can leave feedback there or here on my blog.
I hope you guys enjoyed the process as much as I have, it’s been a blast and I can’t wait for round two! If you’re a writer you should definitely think about participating, it’s a whole lot of fun.
Whooooo! After weeks of working out, training and sparring it’s time to fight!
Write Club Fight Club. The writing is done, all that’s left is the fighting and today I’m up against N. J. Layouni.
J.M. Payer vs. N. J. Layouni.
I encourage all of you to visit the site, check out the two stories and vote for your favorite. Honestly, I don’t even care if I win or not, I’m just having a blast participating in the adventure. I’ve already learned some lessons from reading the other stories that have battled so far. Any excuse to stretch the writing muscles in a different direction is worth the time and effort.
Feedback on both stories is encouraged and I’d love to know what you think about mine. I don’t even want to name mine, that might skew the results and I want a straight forward battle. I’ll just say it’s the one about the cop and a cat. If you read it and have any suggestions or feedback, I’d love to hear it.
Battle on! Go to WFCF and vote!
(I wrote this right after it happened in 2008, I had plenty of time off my feet to work on it. Enjoy! WordPress didn’t like my formatting, so it’s a little off.)
Two Miles to Humility
I’d like to think that I have reached the point in my life where there aren’t too many big life lessons left to learn. However, it’s when you think you don’t have much left to learn that you end up being forcibly shown how little you actually know.
My wife, Carrie, is an amazingly gifted woman. I say this with some confidence because I’m fairly gifted and she is far more talented and gifted than I am. When applying for a University, eight years after High School, I was required to retake the SATs. I studied for two weeks and scored a 1390, two hundred points higher than I had almost a decade before. I’ve learned through the years that given a little time and effort I can truly accomplish anything I put my mind to. My wife, on the other hand, can match any accomplishment of mine almost instantly, and with little discernible effort.
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